The Swimsuit Is Back

From poolside lounging to beachside dipping, the swimsuit has never been sexier. It oozes confidence and while we don’t actually expect to be doing any swimming in it, you will look good sunbathing, poolside cocktail-ing and it will even double up as a bodysuit paired with your favourite trousers and tailored jacket.

Swimsuits have gained popularity from the recent fitness movement and athleisure. They have also become a favourite piece to wear at festivals, teamed with shorts and wellies.

From a plunging neckline to a high leg, a low cut back to cut out panels, there are a variety of styles to choose whatever your body shape or age. So, despite women previously opting for a one piece over a bikini to hide body parts, the swimsuit is all about flattering the body.

The swimsuit that goes beyond the beach. It’s sexy, powerful and timeless. Don’t forget to accessorise it! Take a look at some of our favourites….

 

Agent Provocateur Keia Swimsuit Aqua, £225
Simple just got sexy. The blue Keia swimsuit has a clean smooth design that molds to your body shape. Hand woven soft elastic forms racerback strapping and a combination of narrow and wide straps give a show stopping bondage effect, caressing the curve of your lower back. A signature high leg adds definition and accentuates your form.

 

Liberty London Mina Tank Swimsuit, £245
Created in a simple retro silhouette, it is fully lined and features Liberty’s Mina print. Layer this one-piece with a sarong and bare feet for beach bum style, or pair it with jean shorts and a straw hat to roadtrip along the coast.

 

Araks Venetia Two-Tone Cutout Swimsuit, £255
This black and navy Araks Venetia two-tone cutout swimsuit features contrasting panels, twisted shoulder straps, cutout detail and a low-cut back. Venetia is the ‘Queen of the Adriatic’, a perfect specimen of the female form.

 

Haight Roge waistband swimsuit, £168
Haight’s burnt-orange Roge swimsuit seamlessly marries elegance and romance with its deep-plunging V-neck and demure shoulder straps. It’s crafted in Brazil from sumptuously silken jersey punctuated by a detachable band on the waist and it’s cut low on the legs for medium coverage.

 

Emma Pake Valentina black cut-out swimsuit, £265
Fabulous cut out swimsuit that definitely looks like it’s not for swimming!

 

Adriana Degreas x Cult Gaia Tropical Print Halterneck Swimsuit, £368
Brazilian label Adriana Degreas collaborates with Cult Gaia to create this green swimsuit, which is illustrated by tropical leaves and birds.

 

Paul Smith 'Swirl' Print Wrap Bandeau Swimsuit, £110
Signature Paul Smith swirl, it doesn’t come more colourful than this!

 

Solid & Striped Jackie Eyelet Detail Swimsuit, £145
This orange eyelet detail swimsuit features a high round neck trimmed with white oversized eyelets, a high leg and wide criss-cross straps over the open back. We’re a big fan of citrus, especially in the sun - it seems to work more effectively that way. Take for instance, tequila sunrises or mimosas…