These bedgy swimsuits are going to get you through Coachella
Bathing suits are the bane of my existence.
I always have to find the right fit and color and material in order to feel confident when wearing a bikini, especially in front of a bunch of people. Sometimes a one-piece won’t even work on my body type, and it’s because the reality is, bathing suits are simply just that tricky!
On top of that, I also have a hard time committing to buying clothing of bright colors and fun prints, mainly because I want my closet to remain timeless. Most swimwear brands, even in 2018, create bathing suits with prints.
For Coachella, you might not want to rock a bikini with giant banana leaves printed on it. I personally would want to go with something more subtle so that I can accessorize more and make the bathing suit last several years.
If you’re having trouble finding some more bedgy (basic, but still edgy) swimwear brands, look no further. I’ve compiled a thought-out list that includes different size ranges, price ranges, and vibes.
Here is the definitive list for bedgy swimwear for when you’re online shopping for Coachella this year.
We all know ASOS always has that good good! They always have an awesome range of sizes, prices, and brands for you to choose from, even in their swimwear section. That’s what I really love about ASOS’ swimwear collection – they literally have something for everyone.
If you’re worried about options, ASOS is a great to buy a few looks on the low. This way, you can roll up to Coachella with choices, and your bank account still intact.
ASOS Grey Marl Jersey Lace Up Crop Bikini Top: $35, ASOS High Leg High Waist Bikini Bottom: $26
Not only is AEXAE super sleek and sexy, it’s also been worn by some of my personal style favorites such as Kim K, Kehlani, Chanel Iman, Chloe Bartoli, and more. Aexae has a pretty straight forward mission – to give us some classic swimwear pieces that you will be able to wear for years to come.
Aexae isn’t super pricey, and they also offer a payment plan that allows you to pay less in four separate payments. The Aexae suits are perfect for Coachella, too, because while the colors may be more basic and timeless, the cuts are super modern, and you can accessorize the hell out of them.
Aexae Heather Top: $70
Aexae Sienna Top: $75
Aexae Naomi Bottoms: $70
Danielle Guizio is yet another cult fave with influencers and celebs alike, and for good reason. Their swimwear is edgy and unique, but manages to remain simple at the same time. This brand is worn by WeWoreWhat, Hailey Baldwin, and Kylie Jenner, and it’s a perfect fit for that Coachella look.
My favorite is the chain bikini or the white tie top, because they’re the most unique of the collection. They can also be used for your nighttime fit at Coachella, something that helps you pack lighter! There are also some cheaper options, which is always a plus.
DG Bikini Zipper Top: $78, DG Zipper Bottoms: $74
DG Mona White Top: $80, DG Mona White Bottoms: $74
DG Chain Bikini Top: $15, DG Chain Bikini Bottoms: $10
4. Bamba Swim
Australian brand, Bamba, is killing it and I want almost their entire swimwear collection. With their focus just being on swim attire, I think they just get what kind of silouhettes look good for those poolside moments.
Bamba manages to keep their vision fresh and trendy, while giving us that clean and everlasting look we all want when we’re dropping more than $40 on a suit. If the expensive suits won’t look cool in 5 years, what’s the point? Bamba gets this.
Even though they’re a bit pricier, their look is just too cool to pass up on this Coachella list.
Minimale Animale is, yes, the most expensive brand on the list, but it makes up for the cost in style. Sometimes, if you want to get a good fit together, you gotta splurge. The brand has some really awesome, classic pieces that are sure to show off that booty you’ve been working on (I know I’ve been doing squats like there’s no tomorrow).
The pieces are super simple, and my favorite part about the brand is the ribbing on certain suits. Minimale is another cult favorite among celebs, and there’s no surprise why.