Best Bikinis & Bathing Suits 2016
Beach days, warm nights, tan lines, sandy crevices … we love it all. Summer should be about the warmth on your skin and poolside naps. Forget about that ten pounds you think you should lose and celebrate your gorgeous, healthy bod with a new suit. Whatever your assets, we’ve got you covered … or not.
Eres Aquarelle Maillot $280 ERES is the Aston Martin of swimwear and a favorite of The What’s Gina Pell. This classic maillot comes at a luxurious price but Eres suits are made of thicker fabric that holds everything in and doesn’t snag or pill after one season.
The Talisay One-piece in Poppy Red Pylos $215 Effortlessly chic. De rigueur for the Mediterranean and beyond.
The Venice Bikini from Marysia Swim for nighttime frolics otherwise the tan lines. Oy! Top $149
Cocodune Punch Hi Neck $72 Cocodune’s graceful high neck bikini also brings sexy back the second you turn around.
Luscious ladies like Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Ashley Graham should check out Swimsuits for All. Many fine options to choose from.
The Getaway Halter $27 Tried and tested by The What’s Amy Parker. It’s one of her favorite two-piece tops. She owns this in multiple colors and loves the mix and match. It’s a perfect cut for the ample breasted, with solid coverage and no under-top slippage.
Myra Swim Jagger Top $78 Here’s a swim top that’s supportive like a sports bra and smooth like a baby seal. Sold!
Boho Medallion Sleeveless Rashguard & Hipster Bottom $274 Nobody does fit better than Shoshanna. Her pieces are designed for women’s curves and this suit lives up to her rep. Fits and flatters everywhere, with a built in bra to eliminate the uni-boob.
L Space ‘Platinum’ Strappy Colorblock Bikini $88 Sexy, simple, and perfect for the Fourth of July.
Trendy. Retro. Convenient when you inhale a bag
of potato chips at the beach… treat yourself!