Retro one piece swimsuits are a happening thing. They are having a moment. At least so we’ve read.
Seems one-piece swimsuits have been earning a rep as “mainstream go-tos” since at least 2013. They are no longer just for ladies who are over a certain age and ladies who don’t have “bikini worthy” figures.
For some time now one-piece swimsuits have been growing in popularity with younger women and even with women with figures that bikinis were designed to show off. Styles can be basic or they can be, arguably, even sexier than string bikinis with cut-out designs that show off about as much skin as a two-piece.
This year retro one-piece swimsuits are front and center.
Here we showcase 5 retro one piece swimsuits that would make excellent choices for cute one-piece swimsuits for ladies who go to the beach more for the purpose of relaxing and having fun than to show off their bodies.
Lisa Marie Fernandez Poppy Bandeau Maillot
A bandeau maillot from Lisa Marie Fernandez. This red strapless retro one piece swimsuit features “an ultra-feminine front knot and impeccable bodycon boning”. Made of 55% Polyester, 33% Nylon,12% Elastane. Comes with a $420 price tag.
Agua De Coco Leaf Print Halter Neck One Piece Swimsuit
This one-piece is described as having “an exotic, leafy pattern”. It has a cut-out back, and a removable halter strap. It’s made of 84% polyester and 16% elastane. Comes with a $255 price tag.
Prism Chateau Textured Underwired Swimsuit
Forest green textured pattern one-piece bathing suit made of 80% polyamide and 20% elastane with an 80% polyamide and 20% elastane lining. Comes with a $300 price tag.
Adriana Degreas Printed Halterneck Swimsuit
Adriana Degreas is another Brazillian brand known for its beach and resortwear. The label brings you this “caviar print” swimsuit described as having a “retro feel” with “modern styling” Features a plunge front and knot detail. Made of 85% nylon and 15% spandex. Comes with a $345 price tag.
Dolce & Gabbana Floral Halter One Piece Swimsuit
A “flamenco-inspired”, polka dot and floral print one piece from Dolce & Gabbana. Swimsuit features ruching along the sides and a halter neck. Made of 80% polyamide and 20% elastane. Comes with a $695 price tag. Gotta pay the extra for the privilege of wearing that D&G name girl!
What are your thoughts about retro one piece swimsuits. Do you think the style has a place in today’s world where everything seems to be about wearing as little clothing as humanly possible.
Do you think girls who wear retro one piece swimsuits on the beach can ever compete with girls who wear Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie bikinis for the attention of guys on the beach?
Like these retro one piece swimsuits?