Flyest Vintage Swimsuits for Summer 2017!

Summer 2017 is right around the corner and I'm so excited! Whether or not you have your #summerbodygoals complete, you can look fabulous and fresh no matter your shape or size. In the name of vintage fashion, let's check out some of our favorite vintage swim pieces for the upcoming season!

Stripes make everything right! Get into this vintage 1980's Maxine of Hollywood swimsuit for your beach fashion. 

This is for my ladies who like to keep it simple but still cute. You'll feel like a true Greek goddess with this hot pink, purple, and orange Athena Pick Your Fit one piece swimsuit.

The Slimsuit floral one piece for a fabulous July 4th pool party.

They don't make 'em like these anymore! Skirted swimsuits were all the rage back in the 1990's and you can relive the good ol' days with the floral Beach Cabana medium floral swimsuit.

I envision vacations in Mexico with this 90's Eddie Bauer tribal swimsuit.

Full curves ahead in the Maxine of Hollywood size 16 piece!

When you want to rock all black but add a splash of color in. Get into the XS 1990's vintage swimwear.

Sometimes you just want to be different! And the Athena Collection size 10 turquoise, blue, and green two piece swimsuit is perfect for that!

Share your favorite swimsuit below!

Be sure to take 15% off with the promo code FLORAL on our Etsy shop for your summer swimwear needs! Sale ends 6/20 and there will be a summer sale afterwards!

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  1. Ugh I love the black and floral

  2. My favorite is the Maxine of Hollywood it's so pretty and perfect for the summer season. A trendsetter for sure

  3. The 1980's Maxine of Hollywood swimsuit is my favorite. It prefect and trendy for this summer season!

  4. I adore the 90's Eddie Baur tribal swimsuit. It'd be perfect with a cute sun hat and brown sunglasses!


  5. One of my absolute favourite bathing suits that I own is a pinup style one piece that I picked up online lusting over them hahaha! Yay for vintage styles!

    Britt |



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