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Shop By Fit

All body shapes and sizes are beautiful! It's all about enhancing your best assets with the perfect fit. Our Fit Experts have curated collections to help address several common fit concerns - click through to browse styles handpicked to help you Feel Good Half Naked!

Bust Enhancement ▾

Bust Enhancement

If you wear an A - small C cup bra and want to enhance your bust, look for styles with flirty details like ruffles, flounce tops and ruching. 


Push Up ▾

Bust Enhancement

If you wear an A - small C cup bra and want more oomph for your bust, look for styles with push up padding and bra styles. 


D Cup & Up ▾

D Cup and Up

D cup and up gals, get the flattering support you want with underwire tops, thicker lingerie straps, thicker bands under bust, cross back straps, and cup sized swimwear for the best fit. 


Tummy Tamers ▾
Tummy Tamer


If you have extra love around your tummy, feel beautifully beach-ready in ruching, patterns and surplice styles that compliment your curves.


Skimpy Bottoms ▾
Bum Booster


Emphasize and round out your booty while making the most of your natural curves in styles with ruched backs, cheeky cuts and Brazilian styles. 


Hip Minimizing ▾
Hip Flattering


Love your curves with styles that can shape or minimize like soft adjustable tie side bottoms, roll top bottoms, ruched or gathered tab side bottoms, and higher leg lines. 


Thigh Coverage ▾

Thigh Coverage

Love your curves, but want some extra coverage? Look for skirted styles, boyshort styles, and swimdresses. Our boardshorts are great too, and can also be worn in the water over your favourite swim bottoms.


Fuller Figure size 16+ ▾
Fuller Figure


If you are size 16+ and looking for flattering suits with options in all styles for any swim activity.


Maternity Options ▾
Maternity Options


Whether baby is on the way or just arrived, there are swimwear options to flatter your bump and feel comfortable through every stage of your pregnancy.


Post Mastectomy ▾
Post Mastectomy


Style is personal – choose from more coverage in high necklines and swimsuits with interior bras for inserts or prosthetics. Whatever has you feeling comfortable! (Ladies with larger busts can also shop this feature for extra support and coverage).


Long Torso ▾
Long Torso


If you have a longer torso and want coverage for your mid-section, there are one pieces and tankinis designed with extra length or stretch for you.


Things to remember when fitting yourself for swimwear:

Always start with what style you are looking for, whether that’s a one piece, bikini, or tankini. If you are looking for a one piece, start off by knowing your dress size. This gives you a good idea of how to compare to swimwear sizes on all of our brand size charts. If you have had one pieces that would ride up or bunch, you may have a long torso. Look for longer fits in our Long Torso category. If you are looking at fitness one pieces, keep in mind polyester suits don’t stretch in the water, so you want them to fit comfortably when dry. It can be a good idea to even go up a size in these styles – when in doubt, chat with one of our Fit Experts!

If you are looking for a bikini or tankini, then be sure to know your bra size and pant size to help find a great fit. Each brand can fit differently, and even certain styles within a collection can vary slightly, so always look for helpful sizing tips in the Size & Fit/ Details for each suit. These tips will help you decide if you should get your normal size or go a size up or down. Calling all bandeau lovers! If you are looking for a bandeau (strapless style), it is important to have the band fit snugly. Bandeaus and other tops are just like bras so they stretch out through the band. For a strapless style, the band is your main support, so you’ll want it to stay secure even after the suit stretches.

Once you receive your swimsuit, there are some other tips to ensure you have the right fit. Try it on (with all the tags and liners still attached). The suit, unless it’s polyester, should fit fairly snug. If you have a one piece, tug up on the shoulder straps. They should be able to reach around your chin area. If the straps pull up higher than the chin, the swimsuit is too big. If the straps don’t pull up to at least the chin without riding up, then the suit is too tight.