Vacation planned? Whether you are off to party on the White Isle, surf the crystal-clear waters of Bali or catch rays wandering Santorini, these five swimwear brands you need to buy now will keep you looking chic and feeling good.
This is one of the swimwear brands to invest in this year. Named after the flower that signals the beginning of summer, a love of the ocean gave Peony its authenticity and purpose. The label champions sustainability and uses only premium textural fabrics such as Econyl, a 100% regenerative nylon created from ocean debris. You’ll look and feel good about your pastel purchase while sipping limoncello next month.
Drawing inspiration from the 80s, Australian label Bamba Swim’s pieces celebrate the female body. Encouraging women to feel comfortable in their own skin, their high-rise designs, flattering cuts and bold colours will accentuate your assets and inspire confidence – power dressing in a bikini!
With roots in Sydney and New York, Matteau takes its name from the words mat (not shiny) and eau, French for water. Their ethos is to be simple and considered, with a less is more approach. These beautifully designed pieces will last you a lifetime – and will never go out of style. If you’re about minimalism, this is the brand for you.
An ode to girl-power, Oséree (from the French verb ose – to dare) creates pieces that are designed to make the wearer feel confident in their own skin. Made from luxe fabrics and with sequins, lace and fringing, these party-perfect pieces will have you all set for a summer of fun!
Spotted on many top models and Insta-stars, Wanderlust Swim is designed with an exotic summer abroad in mind. Styles are created to flatter the silhouette, whilst also providing support to keep you comfortable.
Making little steps to be more mindful about consumption habits have just gotten way easier. These affordable options are beautiful, classic and support our environment.
Arket’s chic square neckline and fitted silhouette means you can pull on a pair of jeans and take this look on and off the beach.
Weekday, part of the H&M group, uses recycled polyester and polyamide.