The Sensational $6 Bathing Suit in Amazon Even Goes Sexier and Cheaper at $4.00
By Myraine Carluen Policarpio ([email protected]) | First Posted: Sep 08, 2015 05:28 AM EDT Tags bathing suit in amazon, amazon swimwear, monokinis, Bikini, summer bikini Close
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Summer isn’t over yet! You can still go to the beach and show off some skin. Be frugal yet sexy with this amazing Amazon bathing suit for not more than six bucks.
It’s now very tempting at $3.99!
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With lots of sizes available for every fit and fab girl out there, this hot and daring cutout one-piece halter swimsuit is made from 95% Polyester and 5% Spandex. Designed to highlight your curves and show off your flawless skin, this sexy cut-out design monokini has an adjustable halter-style tied top, lightly padded cups for added coverage, and poly-spandex blend — all breathable and comfortable.
With more than 750 reviews, it only shows that this really looks good to everyone… including them!
Keisha, a customer rated this with five stars and said, “Perfect!” — ordered hers early this month!
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Isn’t she lovely? Her confidence makes her even more beautiful.
Another customer said, “Love it, usually a med but ordered a large and fit perfect!!! Good quality for the price!” She also said that she enjoyed the feeling of being appreciated by the people around her.
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She is so sexy, isn’t she? Curves!
Jeurika also included in her review that she loved the color and the fit of the bathing suit. “I am somewhat heavy 5’2 and weigh 145,” she explained but knew she still looked sexy. It’s a greta buy!
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The ‘neon’ color fits her personality so well. Such a bubbly and fab fella!
Yes, it has lots of colors to choose from.
Another ‘seductive’ option is sold at the same very inexpensive price!
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This set is a two-piece bandage-style mesh bikini set with triangle-shaped bra top with mesh inset — stretch fit bottom with double strap waistband design. So, if you’re looking to rock a hot new look on your next trip to the beach, look no further!
This sexy and sporty bikini is sure to turn some heads this summer with its one-of-a-kind triangle top with mesh insets. This is the swimsuit for the girl who’s not afraid to show off a bit of sun-kissed skin as she struts her stuff down the sandy shore.
This strappy string monokini allows you to save up to $26. Whoa, who really can say no to such a good deal – 86% discount?
You’ve got to go, choose your monokinis, and grab yours now to join the bandwagon.
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I first saw the suit on Instagram, courtesy of a friend’s enviable February beach trip somewhere chic and seasonless. A casual “Where’s the one-piece from tho?” in her DMs led me, not to Net-a-Porter or Revolve like I had expected, but to an Amazon landing page featuring her exact swimsuit in 15 colors.
The Dixperfect brand bathing suit looked just as good on the product page as it had on my feed. Its high-cut leg, scooped back, and slightly cheeky fit gave off a ‘90s Baywatch vibe that felt classic and subtly sexy, without being as brash as a bikini or overly precious (like some over-compensating one-pieces). It looked like something a Friends-era Courtney Cox would wear.
As I scrolled through every one of the colors and patterns — including army green, leopard and, yes, Baywatch red — I noticed the maillot I was quickly becoming obsessed with already had over 1,000 five-star reviews.
Any doubts I had about pulling off this low-key sexy swimsuit were immediately put to rest when I saw women with so many different body types raving about how flattering this piece was on them. And it wasn’t just written reviews — hundreds of buyers have confidently posted selfies while straight-up gushing about how good they feel wearing the swimsuit.
“I love this swimsuit! It’s perfect. I haven’t been feeling particularly toned lately, but this thing makes me feel SO good about myself.” Says one reviewer. “It accentuates all the right parts. I love it, my boyfriend loves it, pretty sure my dog loves it. Buy this thang.”
The reviews section for this suit has blossomed into something of a community for superfans of the universally flattering Dixperfect, with hundreds of women sharing sizing advice, one-upping each other comparing how many different colors they own, and encouraging potential buyers to take the plunge. I’ve read so many of these praises I’m actually convinced a bathing suit can change my life.
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The product description, too, is hilarious in the way all of the best underrated Amazon items are. (See: “Whether you’re looking to elongate your fabulous Torso or making a fashionable statement, this seductive style is all you need to add some serious bite to your look!”) It’s so corny and grammatically questionable, it makes me feel like this perfect suit was an extremely fortunate mistake.
The most surprising thing for a swimsuit with over a thousand perfect reviews is how affordable it is. The cut reminds me of those Solid & Striped one-pieces we saw everywhere last summer, except it doesn’t cost anywhere near $200. This viral Amazon swimsuit is just $19 to $25, depending on the color and size selected.
We’ve experienced The Amazon Coat, a flyaway trend that taught us that a legitimate Amazon fashion phenomenon is actually possible. But now, completely by accident, it looks like we might have just discovered the next viral anomaly: The Amazon Swimsuit.
To buy: $19–25; amazon.com
It wasn’t so long ago that a quick survey of your friends’ swimsuit drawers would have turned up basic bikini after basic bikini with nary a one-piece in sight. Now? Swim style is majorly changing, with a whole new cast of sun-ready styles joining the classic triangle top. And we have official proof: The team at Polyvore shared data on what users are searching right now as real-time insight into what you’ll soon be seeing during spring breaks and summer vacations. Take note of the biggest change too—more than half of the listed queries are one-pieces, a major switch from seasons past.
Somedays Lovin swimsuit, $102, asos.com
The top 10 searched swim terms:
1. High-leg one-piece
2. Bandage swimsuit
3. Crochet one-piece
4. Mesh one-piece
5. Zipper swimsuit
6. Cut-out one-piece
7. High-neck one-piece
8. Floral one-piece
9. Scalloped swimsuit
10. Fringe bathing suit
Ready to get shopping? We found options for each style on the list, displayed in an order that mirrors the above, starting with the bandage suit.
Nasty Gal bandage swimsuit, $98, nastygal.com
She Made Me swimsuit, $160, freepeople.com
Seafolly swimsuit, $202, everythingbutwater.com
Roxy bikini top, $42, urbanoutfitters.com
Topshop halter swimsuit, $65, topshop.com
Aerie swimsuit, $45, ae.com
Mara Hoffman swimsuit, $226, shopbop.com
Old Navy bikini top, $25, oldnavy.com
Xhilaration fringe bikini top, $18, target.com
One-Piece Swimsuits Are Officially More Popular Than Bikinis
Athleisure seems to be making an impact in almost every fashion category these days, from denim to lingerie. Next up: swimwear. Bikinis have been the fashion-forward standard for years, but as more and more women want to be active in their bathing suits, one-pieces have grown majorly in popularity. Throw the Kardashian-Jenner clan and friends wearing them on the reg and the upcoming Baywatch movie into the mix, and it’s easy to understand why they’re on the rise. In fact, it looks like this summer might finally be the season when one-pieces overtake bikinis. (Related: This Multifunctional Athleisure Swim Collection Is Genius)
How do we know this? Retail analytics firm EDITED determined that there are more one-piece styles available online right now than last year (20 percent more!), and the bikini options online have decreased by 9 percent. Plus, one-piece swimsuits are selling out (as in, flying off the shelves until there are none left!) *three* times faster than they did in 2016. This time last year, it took an average of 106 days for a one-piece swimsuit to sell out. This year? Just 37 days. That’s a pretty huge difference.
Another significant detail is that the most-stocked one-piece brands are actually active ones. Dolfin, Speedo, TYR, Nike, and Arena are most stocked in the U.S., and Adidas is the top brand in the United Kingdom. More than anything, this shows that the demand for swimwear women can actually do laps and crash waves in is seriously high. (Getting the hang of pool-based sweat sessions? Follow these swimming tips to score the biggest benefits from your pool workout.)
Of course, this obviously doesn’t mean that bikinis are “out,” just that one-pieces are trending majorly. “While you don’t need to put your bikinis into storage this season, the one-piece has made an explosive comeback this year,” says Emily Bezzant, Head Analyst at EDITED. “It’s not surprising due to current trends and our quest for comfort,” she adds. It’s true that in the age of yoga pants, women are demanding more comfort from their clothes, so it makes sense that this would extend to beach wear, too. So whether you’re looking for a sporty suit to crush your pool workout or something a little more fashion-forward for lounging, it’s safe to say you’ll have more options than ever before.