These Five Gorgeous Swimsuits Are Made By Women, For Women

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It’s easy to fantasize about the warm summer months in the cold of winter — and I don’t blame you. Ever since the first snow fell this season in Boston, all I could think about was heading to a warm Miami beach. So much so, that I booked a Presidents’ Day Weekend getaway just to soak up some sun. And thanks to Andie Swim, I’m going to look and feel my best while reading on the beach.

Designed by women, Andie Swim’s swimsuits are based on feedback from thousands of other women, so I knew even before they made it to my door that they would be flattering and properly-fitting. All swimsuits can be tried on right from home, easy exchanges, and returns.

Most importantly, I love the way that my Andie Swim swimsuits make me look. Andie Swim offers a fit quiz before your first purchase to determine the right size and swimsuit options for you. Whenever I wear their swimsuits, my figure looks delightful, and the swimsuits themselves look sleek no matter their color. If, like me, you’re already dreaming of a summer full of sunshine, here are the five best swimsuits you can buy now from Andie Swim.

1.The Amalfi

When I’m in need of a classic one-piece look, I go straight for my Amalfi. The Amalfi brings out my figure the same way a two-piece would while covering way more of my body – it’s the best of both worlds. You can get the Amalfi in flat, ribbed, and mesh fabric, but right now, Andie Swim is selling the red, aqua, yellow, and cobalt blue flat Amalfi for as much as $39 off. (And if you have a long torso like I do, check out their specially-cut option for those of us who need a little more length.)

2. The Mykonos

Available in ribbed and flat fabrics, the Mykonos is my go-to when I want a slightly fancier one-piece. The flattering deep V in the front is especially appealing, without feeling insecure or like I’m going to “spill out” of my suit. And it makes me look good without sacrificing comfort.

3. The Ibiza

The Ibiza flatters my figure with a classic scoop on both sides. The back dares to bare with a deep U, while the front keeps my cleavage mostly covered. Without any straps criss-crossing across the back, this is a great option to lay back and enjoy the sunshine without worrying about weird tan lines. Just like with the Amalfi, you can get the Ibiza in flat, ribbed, and mesh fabric, and you can also enjoy discounts as high as $42 off on red, aqua, yellow, and cobalt blue.

4. The Tulum

I go with The Tulum when I’m ready to hit the water, but with a swimsuit twist that my other suits don’t offer. The strappy back was meant to shine, criss-crossing right below the neck for an intriguing twist on the one-piece. Plus, the front is super-supportive, so I don’t feel like I’m moving around while I’m, well, moving around. Get it in flat, mesh, or ribbed for limitless options!

5. The Wynwood Top

When it’s time to break away from my usual one-pieces, I go for the Wynwood Top, which you can get flat, mesh, or ribbed. The unique one-shouldered look is a certain standout on the shore, with a convenient clip in the back for easy dressing. I can pair this top with pretty much any bottoms and still elevate the whole look!

If you’re new to Andie Swim, you’re shopping at just the right time! Just click here to see all the comfortable, gorgeous options Andie Swim has to offer!


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Rose Burke

Freelance writer and art enthusiast, Rose Burke, often writes humorous essays inspired by awkward dating experiences and life’s cruel sense of humor. When she's not doing that, she's typically writing entertainment articles on celebrity news, politics, relationships, and other trending topics her readers love. Rose's work has been published in The Southampton Review, The Conium Review, The Independent, The Richest, CinemaBlend, and more. Author of the popular blog series Writings of the Satirical Feminista, Rose is currently focusing on a collection of humorous personal essays while she travels the world.

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