Best swimsuit trends for summer right now? Even if you don’t have a beach trip planned or a friend with a pool, the best part is that with crop tops and unitards being trendier than ever, you could easily pair any of these items with some denim shorts for a versatile picnic or brunch look, too. Or, maybe the sales and discounts on the items below will motivate you to start texting your group chat to get a weekend trip on the cal (someone has to do it, and it might as well be you). Shopping for swimwear can be daunting, but the items below are some of Amazon’s bestselling, most-reviewed items that happy customers are in love with even without the sale on them. See below for the best bathing suit deals on bikinis, one-pieces, cover-ups, and more—most of these are under $40, so you’ll want to snag a few.
Swimwear season is upon us. The suits du jour? Glamorous one-pieces and modest bikinis, both cut to cover up and enhance curves. In the mix are island-inspired options — an asymmetrical two-piece from the New York label Giejo (top, $98; bottom, $88) and a cheap and cheerful Indochine-esque palm print by Joe Fresh ($29), for example — that hit the high and low sides of swim’s price spectrum. Other standout summertime swim trends include plaids (gingham from the Australian swim house Seafolly and madras from Thom Dolan); black-and-whites (stripes from Norma Kamali and botanicals from Tommy Bahama); and florals (primaries from Rebecca Taylor and pastels from American Eagle). T even found the sunglasses that go best with each look. Here comes the sun!
Tired of the same old prints? So was Giejo’s creator, who set about creating separates focused on fashion forward styles. Using vintage and reclaimed materials sourced from New York’s Garment District, you know you’ll be getting something unique. The collection is small and refined and guides you to choose the kind of clashes that work. With their brightly coloured bohemian trims, these bikinis and one pieces are an Instagrammer’s dream. Each piece is handmade and lacks the unsightly and uncomfortable clasps and fastenings that are found on most. With their lollipop brightness and streamline cuts, it’ll be difficult to choose just one. See extra info on who has the best swimsuits for small bust older women.
Prepare to fork over the cash for two-day delivery, as Memorial Day Weekend is just a few days away and a new swimsuit is an absolute necessity. Whether your plans having you heading out the Hamptons or jetting off to Nicaragua, catching some rays and hitting the waves will be a high priority for the long weekend. Here are the Observer’s picks for printed swimwear that is equally tasteful, colorful and fun. But don’t despair, there’s something here for every aesthetic and every body type, from Proenza Schouler‘s runway friendly one-piece to Zimmermann‘s adorably feminine ruffled bikini.
Your line is called giejo – where did this name come from? When I was younger, my mom called me giejo. It all started because my brother had a hard time pronouncing my name and called me something to this effect. It just kind of stuck. I attribute my sense of style to my mom and in a way named the collection in honor of her. Along with your swimsuit, what are your beach bag essentials? Clarins skin care, my Elizabeth & James sunglasses, iPod and magazines. I usually sleep on the beach and wake up for an occasional dip in the ocean, so not too much! See even more details at swimsuit for 183 lb woman.