In a big win for modesty, one-piece swimsuits are growing in popularity this summer.
One-piece swimsuits available online have increased by 20 percent compared to last year, according to retail analytics firm EDITED. Meanwhile, bikinis have decreased by 9 percent.
Additionally, one-pieces are selling out three times faster than they did last year.
Are you still preparing for swimsuit season? Here are seven places to get cute one-piece swimsuits:
Lands’ End suits last forever, and the fabric is thick, so you’ll never have to worry whether it’s see-through.
Most swimsuits run from size 2 to size 18, with additional options for length, cup size, underwire support, and a tummy control panel.
The retailer also offers tankinis, swim skirts, board shorts, and swim dresses.
Swimsuits cost $40–$170.
Swimsuits run from XXS to XXL, and most styles come in a variety of colors and patterns.
Albion Fit also offers tankini tops, rash guards, swim skirts, and high-waisted bottoms.
Swimsuits on sale start at about $75, while regular price swimsuits cost $118–$128.
Target also offers tankinis.
Prices range from $35 to $70.
JC Penney also sells tankinis, swim skirts, swim dresses, and board shorts.
Prices range from about $50 to $110.
Based in Provo, Utah, Called to Surf offers beachy (and modest!) clothing and swimwear in a variety of fun patterns.
Prices range from about $40 to $200.
ModCloth also offers high-waisted bottoms and tankinis.
Suits range in size from 4 to 34 and XS to 4X.
Prices range from about $40 (for suits on sale) to $170.
Roxy also sells board shorts, wetsuits, and rashguards.
Swimsuits range in price from about $40 to just under $100.
The company sells swim tops and bottoms separately, taking into account that swimsuits can fit young girls of the same age very differently.
Swimsuits cost about $40.