The 20 Swimsuit Brands You'll Spot in Every Cool Girl's Closet

Eva Thomas

Summertime is full of activities—such as pool parties and beach days—that really only require one wardrobe essential: a swimsuit, and well, maybe a good sunhat and sunnies, too. Considering how many events that are sure to pop up in your schedule in the coming weeks will, in fact, call for a one- or two-piece, now might be the time start freshening up your swimwear collection by repurposing the old (i.e., styles fading in color and showing signs of serious wear and tear) and scooping up the latest and greatest ones to hit the fashion scene in 2019.

The choices are endless, but we thought we'd help you navigate the overwhelming selection by spotlighting the 20 best swimsuit brands that we're absolutely head over heels for. Each offers something exceptional, whether that be sustainable fabrics, comfy silhouettes, or affordable prices (some even hit on all three!), and they're super trend-forward as well. Want something minimal but chic? Andie Swim is for you. Or how about a suit that's not only easy on the eyes but easy on the wallet, too? Cupshe is calling your name. Ahead, 20 swimwear brands we're shopping this summer. Trust us—the below labels are every fashion girl's best-kept summertime secret.

Ookioh

Ookioh Newport One Piece ($98)

Ookioh is changing the sustainable swimwear game one dreamy suit after another.

Jade Swim

Jade Swim Eclipse Cutout Swimsuit ($220)

Jade Swim was founded by former editor and stylist Brittany Kozerski, so you can bet the brand has everything a fashion girl could want in swimwear—and so much more.

Tropic of C

Tropic of C Dune Top ($90)

Supermodel Candice Swanepoel has worn plenty of great swimsuits, but the styles she designed for her own swimwear line, Tropic of C, might be the best she's worn yet.

Peony Swim

Peony Swim Fields Soft Balconette ($80)

Peony Swim's suits are insanely dreamy. Better yet, each style is designed from sustainable fabrics that are eco-friendly, durable, and strong.

Maiyo

Maiyo Scarlett Swimsuit ($121)

For one-of-a-kind swimwear that no one else will have, look no further than London-based Maiyo.

Anemone

Anemone Floral-Embroidered Swimsuit ($295)

The founders of Anemone looked to an image of Kate Moss in the '90s as their main source of inspiration while building their brand.

Hunza G

Hunza G Gloria Embellished Seersucker Bandeau Bikini ($190)

Hunza G's suits are quickly becoming a celeb and fashion-girl favorite—and it's easy to see why.

Bruna Malucelli

Bruna Malucelli Bianca Ombré Top ($54)

Bruna Malucelli makes bikinis and one-pieces for real life—comfy, cute, and so easy to wear.

Cupshe

Cupshe Black Cross Swimsuit ($30)

Cupshe's suits prove style, quality, and affordability aren't mutually exclusive.

Eberjey

Eberjey Dotty Lily Bikini Top ($94)

Eberjey's swimsuits have some of the sweetest prints and silhouettes on the market.

Alexandra Miro

Alexandra Miro Whitney Belted Swimsuit ($243)

Alexandra Miro swimsuits are made for minimalists, but they're certainly anything but boring.

L*Space

L*Space Camellia Top ($110)

L*Space's founder, Monica Wise, knows exactly what makes a great swimsuit. Trust us—you'll have a hard time picking just one.

Solid & Striped

Solid & Striped The Ellery ($168)

You'd be hard-pressed to find a fashion girl without a Solid & Striped suit hanging in their closet.

Billabong

Billabong High On Sun Ruffle One-Piece Swimsuit ($855)

Yep, the swimwear brand you wore as a kid is still as popular as ever today.

Sidway Swim

Sidway Swim Judy Tie Top ($90)

Sidway Swim's suits draw inspiration from '90s runways. Cue the nostalgia.

Monday Swimwear

Monday Swimwear Riviera Bottom ($85)

Monday Swimwear makes suits that are oh-so-comfortable and ultra soft. What's more, they're designed to last.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A Alma Bodysuit ($194)

Vitamin A fuses chic, pretty designs with sustainable innovations to create some of the best swimwear in the game.

Amaiò Swim

Amaiò Swim Bella Collared Mesh Bikini Top ($425)

Probably the most elegant swimwear you'll ever set your sights on.

Andie Swim

Andie Swim The Amalfi Ribbed ($115)

No-fuss swimwear made to last? Sign us up.

Karla Colletto

Karla Colletto Colette V Neck One Piece ($375)

You're going to want to commit this brand to memory. Just look at how stunning that one-piece is.

Next up, see the most popular celebrity bikini trends.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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