9 Stay-Put Bathing Suits for Every Body

posted: 07/11/18
by: Amanda Mushro

Ready or not, summer is upon us. Do you have a bathing suit you can do more in than just lie around and look pretty? We've been on the lookout for swimsuits that flatter, but that you can also swim in without fearing a wardrobe malfunction.

Here are 3 styles to consider with 3 bathing suit options per style, for a total of 9 swimsuits to contemplate. While we can't make promises, we think there's a pretty good chance these swimsuits have staying power and won't fall down or ride up when you're trying to be active.

1. Ruched Bodice with Zipper Detail

The ruching across the stomach helps camouflage lumps and bumps. The striking orange zipper leads the eye upwards and adds a nice touch of interest to what could have been an overly-serious style.


2. Daring White Tank

This option is for those who like slightly more exposure in a tank. While the back is open all the way to the sides, the thick straps give a feeling of security to those who wish to venture into the waves.


3. Full Coverage White Tank

No matter how active you are, this bathing suit is going to stay put. This suit isn't going anywhere, except wherever your summer plans take you.

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4. One Piece Rash Guard

This modest one piece comes in a dignified black and white floral design, if you're not trying to masquerade as a tween surfer chick.


5. Rash Guard Separates

There's something really freeing about not having to wear a matchy-matchy bathing suit. Get a rash guard in whatever size, pattern, or color you desire and pair it with basic, solid bottoms and you're good to go.


6. Rash Guard and Board Shorts

Did we mention how great it is to enjoy being active in the water without worrying about your swimsuit? A rash guard with board shorts is about as carefree as it gets. Sign us up!

7. Mesh Panels

If you don't care so much for modesty, this full-coverage bikini comes with peekaboo mesh panels so you can show off while staying covered in a style that won't slip or budge.


8. Zipper Front

For a style that's easy to put on and take off and would stand up to swimming laps in the pool for sure, this red number shows off just a little. Most important, this suit allows freedom of movement without worry.

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9. High Bottom and Ruffle Top

It's much easier to keep on a bikini bottom that sits at your natural waist, like this patterned bottom. The ruffled top means you're keeping the goods under wraps, whether you opt for surf or sand.

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We hope you're feeling as excited about summer as we are! You only live once, so pick a swimsuit you can actually live free and comfortable in, and jump in that swimming pool.