Finding some great mom-approved swimsuits can often feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. After having three babies in four and a half years, it’s safe to say those tiny bikinis I had from my younger aren’t going to cut it.
I am so grateful for my body and the tiny humans it’s given me. However, I certainly don’t feel as confident in a swimsuit as I did in my pre-baby days. However, I love the beach, and we spend a lot of time by the pool, so like it or not, I’m in a suit often.
I’m always on the hunt for the perfect mom swimsuit. I need a suit that made me feel good about myself, hides my problem area, and provided excellent booty coverage. I also have to be able to chase kids around without worrying about a wardrobe malfunction.
Here are my six picks for mom-approved swimsuits.
Let’s start with the suits that I personally own and love.
At the very top of my list is the Sidestroke by Summersalt. This swimsuit is a cult favorite for a reason. It is MAGIC.
So many of my friends have purchased this suit and they all love it just as much as I do. It’s like Spanx in the form of a swimsuit. They must have made this suit with moms in mind. It holds you in all the right places! I’ve never felt so confident in a swimsuit before.
Because I am so in love with the Sidestroke style, I decided to purchase another one. I’m waiting on The Ruffle Backflip to come in, but have high hopes for it. Follow me on Instagram to see how I like it!
The other suit that I rave about to everyone is the One-piece high neck mesh monokini from Amazon. I cannot say enough good things about it! It is so flattering (maybe because it is black), and it is one of those pieces you just feel really comfortable in.
The high neck is perfect if you have kids who like to pull and tug (the girls aren’t popping out of this one!) It’s available in over 40 colors and patterns and for under $30.
Another swimsuit that I have and really love is this V-Neck Ruffled Swimsuit. The pattern I have is no longer available, but I love this bright blue.
While it is a tad bit cheeker than I usually go for, it still provides enough coverage to keep me feeling comfortable. Trust me on this, esp since I have a lot of junk in my trunk!
The last two suits are ones that I haven’t yet tried, but are on my wish list. I have had great luck with J Crew swimsuits in years past. The one that I have and love is no longer available.
The detailing of this bow one-piece suit is just the cutestand have also read many good reviews on it. This ruched one-piece suit reminds me of one I had when I was pregnant. The ruching is so flattering at hiding that mom’s tummy too!
If your’re looking for some great swimsuits for moms, I hope you’ve found this helpful. Let me know in the comments what your go-to swimsuit is so I can try it out.
Thanks so much for reading and sharing!