15 plus size swimsuits to buy

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Although summer 2022 may be months away, there’s more than enough time to find a chic swimsuit (or two). A handful of labels already on the market cater to a variety of body types with the best plus size swimwear. So for those looking for swimsuits that will accentuate your curves rather than conceal them, we’ve got you covered.

Whether you love bold prints and strategic cutouts, or prefer a classic suit with timeless features, there’s a plus size swimsuit ready for the holidays. Mara Hoffman offers a little of both, with plain swimsuits and color-block patterns. You can also rely on brands like Cuup and Summersalt for minimal waisted and sleek styles. Then CFDA darling Chromat is a great place to start your search for swimsuits that make a splash and look as good as they feel on your body.

Keep reading for a selection of the best plus size swimsuits to wear all summer long.

Balconette bikini top

If you’re a fan of Cuup’s coveted bras, you’ll love the brand’s swim options just as much. Designed to fit all body types, they provide enough support to keep you comfortable at all times.

Complete the swimsuit: Matching Bottoms, $35 at Cuup

Classic Pleated Bikini Bottom

Boden’s tankini is reminiscent of vintage swimsuits. Between the V-neck and the clean design, and the nylon made from 100% recycled materials, this costume is a win.

Complete the swimsuit: Matching top, $70 at Boden

Ruffled swimsuit with belt

This standout piece from Eloquii features a plunging ruffled neckline and high-cut bottom that creates a defined shape.

A cut piece

Keeping up with current swimming trends, this one piece swimsuit from Kitty and Vibe is designed in a bare midriff silhouette with a ruched front support. It’s the perfect option for those who aren’t a fan of two-pieces, but still want to show off some skin.

Lydia Elongated Bikini Bottom

Adopt the it-suit of the season with Mara Hoffman’s Lydia bikini. The two-piece design has a graphic print and a high-rise bottom that creates an hourglass shape.

Complete the swimsuit: Matching top, $165 at Mara Hoffman

Sanibel Plus Size Draped One Piece Swimsuit

Designed to sculpt and support you, Miraclesuit’s sleek one-piece is made with draped gathers and technical materials that will last for seasons to come.

The Sidestroke one-piece swimsuit

Every well-dressed woman needs an all-white swimsuit in her arsenal for the season. Summersalt’s one-shoulder design is detailed with side seams that wrap around the body in a sculpting shape.

Plus Size Polka Dot Print One Piece Swimsuit

For those looking for a tried-and-true classic that will transcend trends, this belted swimsuit from La Blanca is a great place to start. The Old Hollywood feel is timeless.

Come as you are a piece

One of the best parts of the Saint Somebody swimsuit is that it has the ability to convert into a bodysuit, from the square neckline to the tie shoulders.

One-piece Wave

Nomad Swimwear was started by plus size model and businesswoman Taylor Long. The brand’s pieces are inspired by travels around the world. This neutral one-piece is a must-have.

Sexy Boost Top

Good American has ventured into swimwear, and it’s as good as you’d expect. With more than a handful of styles and colors to choose from, its swimwear is designed for all body types. You are bound to find a style that suits you.

Complete the swimsuit: matching stockings, $49 at Good American

Amalfi

Adjustable straps and a scoop neckline set the supportive Amalfi costume apart from more traditional one-pieces. Plus, it has a seamless body that lets you show off your curves in style.

Plus Asymmetric Animal Print Swimsuit

River Island’s one-shoulder studded swimsuit is one way to embrace the animal instinct trend at the beach.

High Mica II

Change completely this season and opt for velvet swimsuits. A luxurious, plush fabric, it’s sure to stand out in your stretch jersey and scuba collection.

Complete the swimsuit: matching stockings, $78 at Chromat

Plus Size Cross Back Swimsuit

Another way to adopt the openwork look is to use the understated details of this one-piece swimsuit by Becca ETC.

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