10 Vintage Bathing Suits We Love

Different folks look for different things in a swimsuit and that’s part of what makes shopping for them such a pain. If you’re the kinda gal who wants something so unique no one else on the beach or at the pool will be sporting it, vintage should be one of your considerations! (We also love handmade suits). Vintage swimsuits are awesome in so many ways – they oftentimes will help you save money, are very green-friendly and will usually ensure more of a covered-up look (which is both in-style and simply more classy, if you ask us!). Today we’ve picked out ten looks being sold online for your shopping ease. Be sure to check measurements and shipping times. See you on the sand!

Psst: here’s our roundup from last year, if you want even more options!

Make sure to lather on sunscreen when you wear this hot vintage 50s white and gold embroidered bathing suit or play suit! (Violetville Vintage, $198)

Swimsuit/romper with full skirt over bloomers, and a darling zip front cover up. The swimsuit has a fitted bodice with boning, side ruching, back zipper, a pleated very full skirt over bloomers, and double spaghetti straps. The cover-up is loose, comfy and cute with a belted back. Adjustable straps. Label reads “Sports & Country Clothes Lord + Taylor Fifth Avenue.” (Little Stars Vintage, $65)

Hey, flower child! Vintage blue Sears bathing suit with daisy print from the 1970s. Fully skirted, keyhole tie on chest with criss-cross back straps. (Southern Dropout, $48)

This tiger striped 80s swimsuit is so cute with a beaded fringe along the neckline. Spaghetti straps that cross in the back. Gathers on each side of the bust. (Scarlet Fury, $46)

This sassy green and blue bombshell bathing suit is a gorgeous piece done in such joyful colors, this suit will make you feel like a million curvy bucks every time you slip it on and zip it up. Elastic panels, convertible straps, and an interior bra with multiple closure settings make for the perfect fit for just about any shape. Perfect to wear with a sunhat, a pair of vintage espadrilles, and a blue Hawaiian cocktail in your hand back with a covered metal zipper! (Vintage Box, $150)

Polka dots and ruffles – the ultimate in girly pinup vintage fashion! 80s designer Bill Blass one piece swimsuit. Black with a white polka dot print. Shelf bra in the top. Ruffled top opening. Halter strap is removable to make it a strapless swimsuit. No fasteners, simple slip on style. (Jessamity, $55)

This awesome bathing suit has a fun peek a boo mid section! The pale yellow and brown suit has a fun pattern. The bust gathers and ties and the bottom half gathers towards the middle. A full elastic back. Nice for hugging those curves. Lined in front to bottom. (Wear It Again, $250)

Amazing vintage 1950s early 1960s bombshell skirt swimsuit featuring a floral print in black, gray and nude hues. Open back, seams to accentuate the body shape. Thick and resistant knit fabric. (Mammas Chest, $68)

Fun vintage 1970s swimsuit featuring a bandeau style top with straps and a gorgeous floral print in turquoise, electric blue, white and red. Open back with bow tie. Thin and very elastic fabric. (Mammas Chest, $48)

Gorgeous vintage 1990s red swimsuit featuring padded cups with a plaid print trimming and a cute bow in the center. Soop back. (Mammas Chest, $28)


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Past Member 4 years ago

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Vicky P.
Vicky P4 years ago

they are nice

june t.
reft h4 years ago

There are some vintage styles I do like, with the right fabric. But since when is 90"s clothing considered "vintage"?

Lone Wolf
Lone W4 years ago

I just have always loved women in bathing suits.

Harshiita Sharma
Harshita Sharma4 years ago


Sheila D.
GGmaSheila D4 years ago

It's so nice to see swimsuits with more fabric now that I'm in my 60s. If these could be found in my budget then I would seriously get one, maybe two. The old may be back in style again but the price is all new.

Victoria McFarlane
Past Member 4 years ago


Carole f.
Carole f4 years ago

enjoyed the variety of suits that were available for all body types. not everyone looked great in a bikini! and some still wear them when they do not flatter their bodies. I like choices, and like when a lady chooses the most flattering for her body. that's classy and beautiful ...to me.
thank you for display!

Fi T.
Past Member 4 years ago

Trend is repetitive

Nils Anders Lunde
PlsNoMessage se4 years ago