Hawaii-born, NYC-based fashion designer Malia Mills is widely regarded as the pioneer of body-conscious swimwear — a distinction that earned her a CFDA induction in 2008. Mills’ namesake swim line, launched in 1991, consists of simple, streamlined swimsuits that respect the unique contours of women’s bodies. Bikini tops (which accommodate and flatter cup sizes A through F) and bottoms (cut low on the hips or high on the waist) are sold separately to ensure ideal fits. Even the label’s one-pieces and tankinis are cleverly shirred for a tummy-slimming effect. In addition to standard swimwear, Malia Mills also designs fun-in-the-sun, floral-print cotton romper outfits and maternity suits for style-conscious moms-to-be.
Make a splash this summer with this beach-ready mix, featuring some of our favorite trends for the season: the little black swimsuit, the statement bikini, and the flirty coverup. Take your pick of mix-and-match triangle tops, retro bottoms, and plunging monokinis, splashed in everything from classic neutrals and pretty pastels to lush paisley prints and batik florals. And when it’s time to head back to shore, you can slip into embellished caftans, breezy silk pants, and sheer maxi dresses.
Barely there bikinis. Sultry one-pieces. Featherweight cover-ups. Stock up chic beachwear in this swim shop including Marc by Marc Jacobs Swim, Rosa Cha, Cosabella, Malia Mills and Shoshanna. Rosa Cha ditches boring beach basics in favor of bold graphic prints, colorblocking and belted bikini bottoms. And it’s all in the details for Shoshanna, who uses metal embellishments, delicate eyelet and whimsical patterns to add heat to classic silhouettes.
So you want to look chic at the beach, but you’re shopping on a budget? This sale has everything you need to nail an of-the-moment summer look: Think ruched, monochromatic swimsuits; mix-and-match tops and bottoms; vintage-inspired bikinis; cool coverups and so much more.
Make a splash in mix-and-match bikinis and one-piece suits designed to flaunt your figure and turn heads at the beach.