Yes, We've Found Maternity Swimwear You'll Actually Want to Wear

Best maternity swimwear and bikinis


Louise Roe

Who says you can’t wear a bikini when you’re pregnant? Not us, that’s for sure. Which is why we’re trying to make the hunt for seriously chic maternity swimwear a whole lot easier. Whether you’re looking for a bikini that offers both comfort and support or a one-piece that allows for a growing bump and a quickly changing shape, we’ve done all the hard work to round up only the most stylish options.

Forget hiding your pregnancy under a cover-up (unless, of course, you want to!)—embrace your beach holiday or babymoon in fashionable cuts, sleek shapes and bold floral or polka-dot prints that’ll keep you and your bump comfortable. Keep scrolling to shop our picks of the best maternity bikinis, tankinis and swimsuits on the market right now.

We’re big fans of this flattering one-piece.

We’re getting (preggo) supermodel vacay vibes from this sports-luxe set.

This swimsuit has lightly padded cups for added structure and comes approved by Kate Hudson. Plus, it’s in a flattering, classic silhouette.

The lace detail frill is perfect for adding some glamour.

Stripes are always chic. The wide waistband can be also be worn over your bump when you need a little added support.

Handily, this one comes in bra sizes up to 38G.

Keep this as a stylish one-shoulder number or add the detachable spaghetti strap for a little extra support.

Oh, the glamour! Perfect for sipping poolside mocktails.

A super-simple tankini for keeping things chic. The top has moulded cups for support, while the bottoms sit just under your bump.

Add gold jewellery and a straw hat for St. Tropez vibes.

There are never enough polka dots when it comes to summer 2018 dressing.

This one has clever nursing cups so you can wear it post-pregnancy too.

Clean and classic, you’ll want to keep this one in circulation long after you’ve given birth.

The sturdy halter gives this polka-dot bandeau some extra oomph.

For the nautical vibes. The halter strings offer a little extra support too.

For when you just want to go all-out tropical.

See? You can wear a chic bathing suit pre-baby. The best thing about some of these suits is that you can even wear them after giving birth.

Opening Images: Envie de Fraise/Seraphine

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