The Hottest 2023 Swimwear Trends And How To Wear ‘Em

by | Nov 28, 2023 | Style

The 2023 swimwear season is upon us and with it comes an array of really different poolside silhouettes. Ruffled, ruched and bold, this season’s looks are edgy and different. Dive into the 2023 swimwear trends right here – along with how to style them beyond the pool.

Minimalist Chic

These cossies are far from being plain Jane. With their minimalist details, they make a bold statement in singular stripes and panelling. Plus, black and white are flattering colours on multiple skin tones. If you’re bold, channel this 2023 swimwear trend in a bolder colour. Pair yours with a simple skirt and chunky jewellery to let your swimsuit do the talking.

Zara Asymmetric Swimsuit
Granadilla Swim Charcoal Plunge Line Swimsuit

BeachCult Clifton Aperol Eco Swim

Loud & Cut-Out

These cut-out bikinis have been gaining popularity for a few years and they’re not going anywhere. Pair yours with a see-through wrap skirt for maximum wow factor and pick a bold shade to really show off your look.

Lizzy Wilmarie One Piece
Trendyol One Piece

H&M High Leg Cutout Swimsuit
Strapless Cut-Out One Piece

Mr Price Cut-Out One Piece
Joy Joy Hallow Bathing Suit

Return Of The Halter

Let’s hear a round of applause for the long-awaited return of the retro halter neck, which has staged a comeback in stunning form. Find these on your string bikinis, sure, but also on thicker-strapped one-pieces, and in inventive new twists that show off your chest. Pair with slacks or skirts to show off the action up top.

H&M Halter One Piece
The Eva Full Piece in Print Floral

Sea Dive Bandeau Maillot
Cypress Estella One Piece

Mermaid Fever

Ruffled, scalloped and twisty, the mermaid aesthetic is one of summer’s hottest exports. Think blushing pastels, frilly silhouettes and pretty motifs. Add some edge to this look with a shaggy hairdo, chunky jewellery and stacks of rings.

Cotton On Monokini

Princess Lola Boutique Free Spirit Bikini

Pick n Pay Clothing Rouched Bikini

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