Retro Swimwear

With summer quickly approaching, the dreaded swimsuit is getting ready to rear it’s ugly head. Let’s face it – no matter how fit and thin you are, nobody likes swimsuit shopping. For years, I wouldn’t go. I bought my swimwear online and hoped for the best. I would then hide a little bit behind summer wraps and cover-ups.

This makes for a hot and boring beach day. So this year, I’m vowing to make a change and bit the bullet to get a swimsuit that I feel comfortable and confident in.

Like these! I love the retro swimwear trend that has been lingering for the last few years.

I am so glad high waisted swimwear is trendy right now; it’s the perfect blend of modest and practical.

I have also really been loving the retro, one piece look. Swimdresses, short suits, you name it.

Get it!

1. Modcloth – Bathing Beauty Two Piece ($89.99)

2. Anthropologie – Retro Poppy Bikini ($78)

3. Seafolly – La Vita Bustier and Boyshort ($197)

4.  Seafolly – Sophia Boyleg Mio Indigo ($206)

5. Shabby Apple – Quiet Stars ($88)

6. Lauren by Ralph Lauren – Halter Ruched Swimdress ($90)

5 Comments
  1. Number 4 is sooo cute. Too bad it’s $206. 🙁 I think I’ll buy an aftermarket gift card for PacSun and pick up a swimsuit from there. For some reason, their swimsuits tend to fit me well.

  2. Wrapped in beauty you can remain stylishly covered until you are ready to take a dip in the pool or wade out into the ocean.

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