Monday Swimwear
Monday Swimwear

With summer practically around the corner, it's time to start getting your swimwear in order. Finding the right one can seem daunting with an overwhelming amount of options to choose from but the good news is today's new breed of swimsuits marry style with support and size inclusivity. To make your pursuit of the best swimsuits easier, we've rounded up eight great brands and styles to suit every budget and body shape. Ahead, discover our pick of the swimwear brands you'll want to keep in rotation, from affordable brands that are Kaia Gerber-approved to sustainable options that will make a splash at the beach or by the pool. Dive in.

The Affordable Pick: Cupshe

Best Swimwear Brand: Cupshe

Striped Underwire Bikini Top & Standard Bottoms Set at Cupshe ($34)

As one of the most popular swimwear brands, Cupshe offers a vast selection of vibrant and minimal styles with impressive quality. With prices that'll rarely have you spending over $40 for one piece, you can easily stock up on all the bikinis you want.

Best Swimsuit Worth the Splurge: Magda Butrym

Best Swimwear Brand: Magda Butrym

Magda Butrym Cutout Faux Pearl-Embellished Bikini Top at Net-a-Porter ($550)

While they're prominent on the ready-to-wear side, Magda Butrym's swim designs are just as powerful and worth the price. The Polish-based label elevates the quintessential swimsuit through unconventional designs and 3D elements like pearls.

Best Classic One-Piece: Left On Friday

Left On Friday Double Scoop One-Piece Swimsuit
Left On Friday Double Scoop Suit Courtesy of Left On Friday

Left On Friday Scoop Suit at Left On Friday ($180)

Style icon Jenna Lyons is a fan of the brand which was created by two former Lululemon designers, Shannon Savage and Laura Low Ah Kee who also made the designs for the Canadian Olympics women's beach volleyball team. With its focus on high-tech sculpting fabrics that hold everything in place, LOF is known for its bold color combinations and mix-and-match separates and for creating seriously flattering, classic one-piece styles.

Best Sporty One-Piece: Reformation

Reformation Swimwear
Time to suit up. Courtesy of Reformation

Reformation Joy One-Piece Swimsuit at Reformation ($148)

Reformation has reintroduced swimwear made with renewable, plant-based materials, and nylon regenerated from waste. The range has one-pieces and bikinis in bold prints and chic color combinations like this white one-piece with red trim.

The Minimalist Pick: Gooseberry Seaside Swim

Best Swimwear Brand: Gooseberry Seaside Swim
Gooseberry Intimates

So Chic Black One Piece at Gooseberry Intimates ($99)

Not only is this Gooseberry one-piece approved by A-listers, but it also makes the perfect fit. Minimalist or not, you can never go wrong with a black swimsuit.

Best Sexy Swimsuit: Monday Swimwear

Best Swimwear Brand: Monday Swimwear
Monday Swimwear

St. Barth's One Piece - Cobalt Crinkle at Monday Swimwear ($172)

For a sultry fit with unique designs, look no further than Monday Swimwear. Its one pieces and bikinis are the epitome of playful meets luxury.

Best Sustainable Piece: Nia Thomas

Best Swimwear Brand: Nia Thomas
Nia Thomas

Astrud Bikini Top in Black at Nia Thomas ($180)

Whoever said sustainability is boring hasn't met Nia Thomas. Since 2018, the brand has prioritized ethical practices with their products handmade by female artisans in Mexico and Peru.

Most Valuable Player Swimsuit: Riot Swim

Best Swimwear Brand: Riot Swim
Riot Swim

Bixi Top - Bermuda at Riot Swim ($99)

When in doubt, go classic with the timeless bikini. Brands like Riot Swim has options that are both modest and sexy, and will never go out of style.

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