Shopping for swimsuits used to be the bane of my existence. Honestly, it still is sometimes. With my bra size being a DD and my frame being on the smaller size, I have been assigned everything from a small to a large, depending on where I shop. For a while, my coping mechanism was to order the swimsuit in two or more sizes, try them all on at home, and then return whichever ones didn’t fit. That all changed when I realized that, with a quick shift of the websites and brands that I am shopping for, I could find a way to get my size right every time.
No matter what your body type is, I’m sure you’ve been in the same boat. I’m here to change that for you. I’ve done all of the research and scrolled through every single swimsuit site known to man—at least I think—and these eight are definitely the easiest to navigate. As we’ve fully embraced the world of online shopping, it’s never been easier to find a swimsuit online. May you find your new favorite bikini below.
I’ve never found it easier to find the right swimsuit size to order than when I stumbled across Left on Friday. The brand has an extensive set of pages on its site that give many different ways to determine the right fit for you. You can compare your body to its other customers and see what size they ordered, pick up a measuring tape yourself, or compare the sizing to one of the other brands that you already own.
This one-shoulder set is so nice.
Suits just for women who are a size D and up? Sounds like a dream come true.
Mix and match as you please.
Shopping for swimwear from a major retailer can be difficult. With so many brands on one site, your size may be different from one to the other. That’s why I love that Revolve offers a fit-predictor option. You can compare a size that you’ve worn in a similar brand to its styles to make sure you always get the right fit.
I’m in love with this bold shade of green.
This print is everything.
Channel your inner coastal granddaughter.
You’ve likely said, “Shopping for swimwear would be so much easier if I just had a personal shopper!” When you shop at Frankies Bikinis, you actually get one. The brand’s “fit experts” are on call for you to chat with them at any time. They’ll tell you exactly what size to order, and they’re (almost) never wrong.
It’s the flower for me.
Every detail on this one-piece has won me over.
You can’t go wrong with a triangle top.
When it comes to finding size-inclusive swimwear options, you simply can’t go wrong with ASOS. The retailer’s collection of fun and trendy swimsuits includes options in every size that you can imagine.
Love the shirring here.
Obsessed with this set.
All about how interesting this top is.
Just based on the wide variety of options that Nordstrom has to offer, you can always find what you’re looking for when you head to its site. But really, what makes the retailer so helpful is the reviews. Nordstrom shoppers are dedicated to telling it how it is, and they will always let you know what size to get.
These details are exquisite.
So many ways to wear one suit.
I’m so here for this.
The brand has decades of experience designing lingerie, so when Cosabella launched swimwear, I just knew the fit would be good. The brand’s sizing chart offers detailed descriptions of which top to get for your specific bra size, so you can’t go wrong when you order from here.
Be daring in red.
A top that will suit every figure.
How good is the cleavage moment here?
Here’s yet another site that nails customer service. If you’re lost in the sizing world of Aerie, you can always hit the chat button for some extra help. Every time I visit the site, there are new styles, and the price point just can’t be beat. You’ll always find the right suit when you stop by this store.
Scallops are the way to go.
How good is this cutout?
Everyone needs a one-piece like this.
Good American is a swimsuit shopping destination that guarantees you will find what you’re looking for. Every single swimsuit is photographed on multiple body types, so you’re bound to be successful in your shopping spree.
I’m loving these bottoms.
The belt is everything.
It’s the twist top for me.