Cute & Trendy Bikinis for Women
When it comes to confidence, nothing shows it off more than the right trendy bikini. From bikini tops, bottoms, and sets, we’ve got you covered when it comes to summer fashion. Bare Necessities carries hundreds of the best bikini swimsuits to fit and flatter any and every shape and size. Choose from crochet, triangle, string, high neck, underwire, and bandeau styles to find the one that fits your personality best. Shop DD+ bikinis, push-up bikinis, strapless tops, halter top bikinis, bikini bottoms, low-rise boyshorts, full-coverage briefs and dozens more sexy bikinis and bikini sets from the top swimwear brands. The combinations are endless and competitively priced. Mix and match your favorite tops and bottoms to find bikinis that fit both your body and your style.
Styles & Silhouettes You'll Love
Many fashianados will tell you that understanding your silhouette is the first step to finding the perfect swimsuit. At Bare Necessities, we believe the perfect beach bod is one that you feel confident in. From classic silhouette styles like high-waisted bikini bottoms and full-coverage bikini bottoms, we have that vintage look you’ve been searching for. For more contemporary styles, we boast string and bralette bikini tops to have you looking modern and marvelous. We even have brands like Freya available for your comfort and fashion.
The style: over-the-shoulder
Why this bikini top rocks: This style is ideal if you aren’t looking to go strapless or don’t want a halter top that ties around your neck. You get the same support you would from your everyday bra. Another plus: You can adjust them. Converting to a crisscross in the back will give you even more support.
Why this bikini top rocks: Halters are slimming and look hot on everyone, at all ages. Halters create a sleek silhouette that draws the eye up and down. The underwire is brilliant because it takes some of the pressure off your neck, and these are customizable, which means you can loosen or tighten to change the lift.
Why this bikini top rocks: Bandeaus can be surprisingly ideal for the big-busted. Underwire, silicone trim and side-boning help keep your top in place. Opt for a bandeau, and you’ll be tan line-free and fully supported all day long.
How to Mix and Match Bikini Tops and Bottoms
We all want cute bikinis, but what makes the perfect bikini is different for everyone. There’s something really fun about mixing and matching swimsuits that just makes summer more fun. Maybe it’s the ability to showcase your personality or debuting a new combination that makes mixing and matching so exciting. Though it’s important to have your go-to two-piece bikini, it is a blast to mix and match to keep you feeling fresh and fashionable.
When it comes to the art of mixing tops and bottoms, you can never go wrong with a solid-color and a pattern. These combinations offer endless possibilities. If you wish to accentuate your top, then opt for a patterned top and a solid bottom and vice versa for the opposite.
This process is all about what helps you express yourself and feel good about it. If you want a pattern-on-pattern set, the trick is choosing patterns that compliment each other. This can mean picking a theme, like flowers, and finding complementary patterns. A classic would be a floral top with simple black bottoms.
If mixing and matching patterns is too bold for you, you can always mix solid colors. Think about what colors work well together in your everyday wardrobe and try the combination you think works best. Remember, everything looks good with black.
How to Find the Best-Fitting Swimsuit
As the experts on fit, we are happy and eager to help you find the perfect size for your silhouette. We know that ordering online can be tricky business and have made the process as easy for you as possible.
We suggest starting with your bra measurements first, which can be very tricky. Fortunately, if you have a little trouble getting the right measurements, we make returns and exchanges super easy. Check out our swimsuit measuring guide for more info on how to measure at home.