Swimsuit Brands Worthy of Your LBB

Swimsuit Brands

We’ve got 6 great swimwear brands for you!  Just in time for the lockdown ease and the promise of local beach holidays not sounding as unlikely anymore.  There are a couple of brands from Turkey, which we actually adore. No one tops Turkish swimwear.  Check them out!

 

MOEVA

Swimsuit Brands

 

This London-based couture swimwear brand is most popular for its extensive use of cutouts and gold metal hardware.  They also love their color blocking!  We are not surprised that this brand is popular with the socialites of the world, it would suit their yacht and beach mansion well..


 

Nur Karaata

Swimsuit Brands

 

If you like to play dress up at the beach, and many of us do, then Turkish brand Nur Karaata could be the one for you.  With couture details to dress up your next beach cocktail, you’re either going to love or dislike this brand.


 

Maliluha

Swimsuit Brands

 

The brand was established in 2017, and is one of our very favorites.  Their collections ooze a modern aesthetic without the minimalism.  The devil is in the details and the color-blocking, cutouts,  shoelace details and frills, add an interesting element to the modern cut.


 

Movom

Swimsuit Brands

 

Actually can we have two favorites?  This Turkish brand is also fantastic!! Focusing more on texture and proportions in their bikinis, the one pieces are slightly more decorative, and reminds us a little of an  Hervé Légér bandage dress.


 

Montce Swimwear

Swimsuit Brands

 

This is certainly one of the most extensive swimwear websites out there.  Wow what a collection! If you love your original swimwear trends this is a good place to find it, actually you can find pretty much anything here, which isn’t really speaking of their unique aesthetic, but seriously if you know what you’re looking for this is great!


 

Inamorata

Swimsuit Brands

 

This brand is established by supermodel Emily Ratajkowski,  We featured it when it first came out a few years ago.  We were curious to know if it would have the pulp to survive the real world.  Good news it is alive, well and thriving.  The skimpy styles are not for the faint-hearted, there are a good options for coverups that make for real outfits, not just something useful to wear on the way back to your room…