Bathing suit season is in full swing, but it can be a stressful time for some. If bathing suit shopping makes you die a little on the inside, know you’re not alone. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorites with a range of bathing suit coverage options, from itsy-bitsy bikinis, high-waisted swimsuits, one-pieces, Thanos swimsuits, and more.
If you’re anything like the female Inventory editors, you’re open to mixing and matching, so we hope to give you options that work no matter how you like to wear your swimwear. Choose from a variety of tops and bottoms of varying styles to find the best fit for your body type.
If you’re a brave soul that wears regular bikini bottoms, our senior commerce editor, Chelsea Stone, suggested this Keyhole Hipster Bikini Bottom. It has adjustable ties, so you can loosen or tighten as you see fit. These are also great for mixing and matching with virtually any bikini top there is.
If you’re a trend seeker, you’ve probably seen this two-piece all over your Instagram feed all summer. Unlike the full-coverage bottoms you’ll find below, this suit is all about highlighting your hip bone. The bandeau top adds a modern twist to this retro style. This suit is available in 26 colors and patterns on Amazon.
It is time to throw away the traditional triangle top bikini and welcome a fresh new look. This ASOS Curve Crop Bikini Top has wide straps that won’t dig into your neck and make you regret every buying it. It also comes in a fun neon color that will let everyone know you’ve arrived.
If you’re looking to add a staple to your swimsuit rotation, you can never go wrong with a white or black high-waisted bottom. Swimsuits For All is known for styles and sizes that will fit any body type, and their popular shirred high waist brief is a versatile bottom that you’ll actually want to wear out in public.
Want to wear a two-piece bathing suit that doesn’t expose your entire midriff? Same. This high-waisted suit not only keeps things covered, but the ruffle top really flatters a variety of body types. You can choose from 15 different color options on Amazon, so no need to settle for boring black bathing suits (unless that’s what you’re into).
If you have big boobs, shopping for a bathing suit can suck serious butt. I’ve been there; you can’t just grab a suit off the rack at Victoria’s Secret. Thankfully, places like Bare Necessities exist and cater to women with DD chests and larger. This sweetheart bikini top is similar to a bra in terms of support in the cups and straps, but it doesn’t look like you’re actually wearing your bra to the pool.
Not every bathing suit top for bigger chests needs to have an uncomfortable underwire. This ASOS Textured Crop Bikini Top has a scoop-neck design that requires no fastening, and can easily be pulled on and off over your head.
There is something truly beach-y about blue and white stripes. Thankfully, you can get a cute bathing suit top that supports your chest, but doesn’t look like a worn-out bra. This Freya bikini top is festive for any trip you might go on year-round, and comes in sizes D to HH.
Some people think one-piece bathing suits are meant for children or grandmas. But obviously, those people are wrong. One pieces can be just as sexy as a bikini, if not more so. This Tempt Me Women’s One-Piece shows off plenty of skin, but won’t make you feel like you’re out on display.
This Women’s Ruffled One-Piece Swimsuit gives you the chance to show off your back while still having a lot of coverage. This suit feels like it is almost exclusively made for bachelorette gatherings, as the bride can wear the white suit and her friends can all sport the black.
If you need just a pop of color in your swimwear, this floral option is the perfect solution. The H-Back Sarong Front One Piece from Swimsuits For All is chlorine resistant, so the beautiful colors on this suit won’t be ruined after a summer spent swimming in the pool.