Whether you’re diving into waves, swimming laps or just hoping to avoid a wardrobe malfunction while applying your sun block, these suits are designed to stay in place.
This two-piece offers more coverage than most bikinis— not to mention bandeau support for bigger busts.
Color blocking is a huge trend this season. The tankini top will skim, not squeeze, your midsection.
$112; dillards.com for stores
For those who like the look of a two-piece but need bottom coverage, this is the way to go.
The small pattern adds interest without overwhelming your frame; the strap prevents any drop-down disasters.
If florals aren’t for you, this is a good way to do a print. The lower-cut leg means it won’t ride up. Sizes include XL.
This sporty bikini is designed for movement. The lime piping lies smooth on the skin, and the color pops.
Sometimes a classic tank is exactly what you need, but why not a bold hue instead of basic black? Up to size 18.
Stripes done right: shades of the same color (subtle) in narrow lines (flattering). Comes in sizes up to 16.
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