Maternity Swimwear

Sort By Featured

Maternity Swimsuits

Women's Motherhood Maternity Swimwear

If you've got a baby bump this summer, then there's no better reason to get out on the beach! But first, you'll need a maternity swimsuit.

When you're expecting, you may be worried about fitting into a normal swimsuit. While you may need to squish yourself into a maternity swimsuit, there are several styles to choose from that can still look great. The most flattering style is a maternity bikini with a low-cut back. The high-waisted brief provides extra coverage while swimming and soft support for your postpartum tummy. These suits are made from fast-drying recycled fabric with UPF 50+ sun protection.

The most important factor to consider when choosing a maternity swimsuit is comfort. Some styles have added support and adjustable straps to accommodate your growing belly. You can also choose a color or pattern that will complement your bump or hide it altogether. Another feature to look for is the silhouette of the swimsuit.  

You'll find the latest styles from the classic one-piece swimsuit to maternity bikinis and maternity tankinis at

The Mother-to-Be is Trending

The trends are always changing, but some of the styles we love are the classic (and timeless) one-piece maternity swimsuit in a solid print. For extra support, go for the halter -- available in one-piece and two-piece maternity swimsuit styles!

The halter neckline provides much-needed support in a swim top. For less cleavage, go for a scoop neck, otherwise, the v-neck is a popular choice among women. 

If you want to stand out, opt for something bold, like the retro, polka dot bikini set. Don't forget the matching cover-up!

If you're feeling a little more conservative, try a swim dress in a subtle floral print with feminine ruffles. Or, go modest maternity swimwear, like a maternity tankini swimsuit or unitard for more belly coverage. Some maternity tankini tops even have comfy ruched sides or other ruching details for comfort where you need it most. 

The best maternity swimsuits for large bust are those with adjustable straps and removable padding. 

Maternity swimsuits can be fitted or loose-fitting. The bandeau style and adjustable straps allow you to get the right fit for your body. These suits are designed with comfort in mind. Most of these swimsuits feature a stretchy blend material, ruching on the side, and a padded bra for added support. If you're planning a pool party, maternity swimsuits will help you look your best no matter where you go.

A Pea In The Pod

Your bathing suit should make you feel comfortable -- right down to the details! So, make sure to get something with adjustable straps or side ties for long days on the shore. You never know when you'll need to loosen up. While you're pregnant, you can still stay cool and look fashionable.

For the most comfort, choose a maternity swimsuit that is quick-drying. Ensure that your swimsuit fits properly and is comfortable to wear during your pregnancy. You will want to choose one that is easy to dry after swimming.

The maternity instincts might be kicking in and telling you to go with full coverage. Maternity bathing suits, swim leggings, and rashguards often have UPF 50 fabric. Because there's nothing more uncomfortable than a sunburnt beach bump.

The ruffled suit is the most flattering and supportive maternity swimsuit. It has a high-cut bottom and a tie-back. If you'd like to stay under the sun, you can find a suit made of UPF 50+ material. You can even find stylish designs that make your belly look beautiful. 


Can you wear a regular swimsuit while pregnant?

  • YES! As long as you are staying cool and hydrated, wear that bikini, babe! However, if you're nearing your last trimester, we recommend bikini bottoms with some support. 

What is the best maternity swimwear?

  • SwimOutlet has the largest selection of high-quality maternity swimwear available online from the industry's best-selling brands! Gift cards are also available for baby showers and birthdays!

How do you size a maternity swimsuit?

  • We recommend going with your pre-pregnancy size as most maternity swimwear brands use stretch fabric and factors in the growth of your belly.