13 Full-Coverage Swimsuits, Because Not Everyone Is Down For Cheeky Bikinis
If someone told us this was just a regular bodysuit and not a swimsuit, we’d believe them. With a pair of denim cut-offs, this is the ideal beach-to-boardwalk outfit.
Belted swim is the 2019 swim trend of the year, and this LMF suit is one of our faves. This retro style means it covers your bum, while the belt flatters your waist.
We don’t typically look for a turtleneck fit when shopping for swimsuits, but this one is so chic. Just imagine wearing it with cat-eye sunglasses and a giant hat—you’re ready to sunbathe.
A high-waisted bikini is a godsend for post-beach tacos. Try this super affordable scalloped set and feel free to load up on chips and guac.
Swim dresses can look a little dowdy, but this one reads more like your standard LBD—except you can wear it to the beach.
This crop top is actually a swimsuit, but it’s so normal we plan to incorporate it into our wardrobe, too.
A plunging v-neck might not be 100% covered up, but the short sleeves and full coverage bottom will still hide away your goods.
La DoubleJ makes some of the most playful prints in town, and we’re happy to see them expand into swimwear. This high-neck swimsuit covers you in the places that matter.
If you DM horoscope memes to your BFF every day, this suit is for you. The constellation print is more refined, and has a cut low on the thighs like an anti-’80s one-piece.
An adorable peplum swimsuit so Instagrammable you’ll post two photos of it on your grid.
This rash guard two-piece makes total sense for actual surfing, but this set good enough to wear when you’re not ripping through the waves (or, more accurately, wiping out).
The ruched assymmetry of this two-piece suit might be one of the most flattering swimsuits we’ve ever tried. It’s modest, but has a sliver of midriff.
The cutout detailing along the collar shows a little skin, without revealing too much.
This is an optical illusion swimsuit, with the statement ruffles and mismatched prints, tricks the eye into thinking there are curves where there aren’t, while leaving a little to the imagination.