This brand specializes on monochromatic swimsuits of different styles. Camille Co’s bright red Carter one-piece from Eighth Mermaid is giving us serious Baywatch vibes. What’s also great is that there are size options so petite and full-bodied women can cop an swimsuit.
Ah, to feel as carefree as Kryz Uy while swimming in the sea. If you want to channel her laidback beach style, grab one of I Love Koi‘s colorful swimsuits which are fitting for the summer like the Lanikai Ruffled Bandeau. You can also choose if you want a minimalist white and blue pair, or something with loud patterns.
What do you get when you combine a bikini and a diver suit? Cesa’s Dunaway Cutout Wetsuit Bikini. This set is best for snorkeling and it’s reversible. Chelsea’s white swimsuit, when reversed, will turn into a brown-nude color that looks nice on any skin tone. That is just one way Cesa provides functional pieces that you can use for any activity.
Coral Swimwear gives drama via their swimsuits. They can be printed, flowy, or even have off-shoulder details. Akiko is wearing the Valentina, a dark one-piece with lace and floral details. Something different from the usual plain swimsuits and skimpy bikinis.
Float has been on everyone’s fashion radar the moment they started selling their products in Adora and when they released plus-size options. Known for their classic and functional swimsuits, the brand offers a wide range of styles in various color palettes. Above, you’ll see An Estrada wearing the Minka maillot, a sensual piece you can pair with a sarong.
Katarina Rodriguez wears Amihan‘s tie-dye Shibori bikini, an instant “look-at-me” piece because of its bright color. This is just one of the many unique designs that you’ll find in their collection. Their range varies from lace and floral cups to ruffled sleeves, giving each suit a sexy feminine touch.