The U.S. is currently in the thick of summer. And while pool parties aren't exactly the 2020 way, feeling yourself in a new swimsuit is always deserved. Whether you plan to kick it on your rooftop or terrace in the city, socially distance at the beach on a coastline, or simply shoot a few photos for social media, these swimmies are here to support you and make you feel your best.
Whenever travel becomes mainstream, safe, and responsible again, these swimsuits will be perfect to wear on your winter getaways and during your summer staycaytions.
Montce's prints and attention to detail make it one of our favorite swimwear brands of the summer, but if you're shopping for high-waisted bikini styles, Montce knows how to get them right.
With the brand's latest Hamptons-inspired collection, these minimal swimsuits and bikinis are perfect to inspire the travel fantasies we aren't necessarily able to live out right now.
For cheeky styles that still feel supportive while being trendy (hello tie-dye!), Shore has some of the best around.
For beautiful, high-quality swimwear that won't bleed in the wash or be irrelevant by next summer, Onia's one- and two-piece swimsuits are more than worth it.
To buy: onia.com, $195
An editor favorite, Summersalt's size-inclusive and highly-considered swimwear designs feature bright color-blocking prints that are made for poolside show-stopping.
To buy: summersalt.com, $95
Gorgeous, black-owned swimwear brand Castamira is crafting unique, design-focused swimwear pieces practically made for trend-setting beach-goers.
To buy: castamira.com, $215
Whether for gym pool laps or endurance water sport training, lululemon has some of the cutest, most effective performance swimwear out there.
To buy: lululemon.com, $128
From belted bikinis and one-pieces to balconette styles, Solid & Striped is known for its 70s-esque swimwear and Instagram-friendly designs.
To buy: amazon.com, $158
Shopping at Reformation means staying on top of trends and knowing your purchase contributes to a better future for the fashion industry.
Support and comfort shouldn't come in the place of cute, luxe styles when it comes to maternity swimwear, and Hatch has certainly struck the balance between the two.
To buy: hatch.com, $125
Kendall Cornish is an e-commerce editor at Travel + Leisure. You can follow her on Instagram at @kendall.cornish — her DMs are open to all things fashion, food, and beauty.
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