6 Swimwear Brands Trending Hard for Summer 2019

Summer is just around the corner—and with the new season comes warm-weather vacations, lazy weekends at the beach, and summer Fridays by a pool. For all of this delightful activity, you’ll no doubt be needing a gorgeous swimsuit. If you read Who What Wear regularly, you’ll see we’ve already been waxing lyrical on the swimwear trends set to dominate this summer as well as sharing a few of the more controversial swimwear styles out there right now (hello, nude swimsuits and high-leg string bikinis). But when it comes to buying your swimsuit—be it a chic one-piece or a beautiful bikini—which brands are all the cool girls wearing this season? From brands with a penchant for vintage-inspired styles to ready-to-wear brands foraying into swimwear, we’re rounding up the brands trending hard right now that are guaranteed to take over our Instagram come summer—if they haven't already! Scroll below to shop some of our favorite swimwear from each brand.

Rixo

Cool-girl brand Rixo—loved by fashion girls for their exquisite print dresses—has made a successful foray into the world of swimwear. While they only have a handful of swimsuits on the market, fashion girls have been quick to snap up their bold floral, polka-dot, and animal print bikinis and one-pieces.

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

Shop Rixo Swimwear:

Maiyo

Maiyo’s recent swimwear collection designed with fashion insiders Bettina Looney and Anna Vitiello exudes a vintage-inspired aesthetic—evident on its swimsuits featuring glamorous '80s crystal belts and '40s high-waisted bottoms trimmed with crochet ruffles. The collaboration has already been seen on some of our favorite fashion muses since launching, and there's no doubt it will gain a cult following by summer.

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

Shop Maiyo Swimwear:

Onia

Onia's collaboration with Danielle Bernstein of at @weworewhat features flattering, waist-cinching silhouettes (the chic belted swimsuits have become a signature look) and have been a huge hit among fashion girls on Instagram. The brand's newest styles feature beautiful textures in head-turning hues. 

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

Shop Onia Swimwear:

Hunza G

Cult brand Hunza. G has a devoted following—cool girls are enamored with its seersucker fabrics and high-leg silhouettes. The brand continues to be the trendy brand of choice this summer.

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

Shop Hunza G. Swimwear:

Faithfull the Brand

Just one scroll of your Instagram and you're likely to see your favorite fashion muses wearing a pretty little print swimsuit from Faithfull the Brand. Known for vacation-ready dresses, the brand has taken its vacation aesthetic one step further with the launch of sweet swimsuits. Expect to see the brand everywhere come summer. 

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

Shop Faithfull the Brand Swimwear:

Solid & Striped

Solid & Striped has been around for a while now but its summer lineup of chic styles is capturing the hearts of fashion girls everywhere—think cute crochet bikinis, retro-inspired silhouettes, and bold and bright floral prints.

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

A photo posted by on

Shop Solid & Striped Swimwear:

Up next, these five swimwear trends will dominate 2019.

Judith Jones
Senior Fashion Market Editor

Judith is the senior fashion market editor at Who What Wear and has worked in fashion for nearly a decade. Judith started on the Shop Who What Wear team, creating content and managing a team of merchandisers for the Who What Wear shopping app. She later crossed over to the editorial team, where she shares the coolest, most desirable fashion market finds and brands in her shopping-focused stories and social takeovers. She has become one of the top affiliate earners during her six plus years at Who What Wear. Before working in fashion, Judith was a TV host on the PBS travel show Globe Trekker (airing on Netflix and Amazon Prime) and shared her passion for travel and food. She studied at the prestigious London Academy of Dramatic Arts as well as Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York. She later studied fashion merchandising and design, which laid the foundation for her career in fashion.