In favor of comfortable, modest coverage designer swimwear? Select from any number of our tankini swimsuits
for a look that’s every bit sophisticated without skimping on all of today’s current trends. See what we mean and pick up the Soul Rhythm Halter Tankini from Next by Athena. Supportive with removable soft cups, B/C and D cup-sizing, and a contrast band along the bust, this floral paisley printed tankini can even be worn out of the water. Make the transition from wind surfing to afternoon shopping with ease due to the quick-drying fabric technology built into this Next tankini. Whether it’s worn with yoga pants or traditional bikini bottoms, this active tankini knows how to keep up with you.
Speaking of bikini bottoms – when it comes to performance-made swimwear, no bikini bottom comes close to the ever-so-stylish Good Karma Retro Banded Bikini Bottom. Show off your shape in this universally-flattering solid separate. With a fold-over band that fits snugly on the hips, easy-breezy beach babe is what you’ll get when you sport this banded bottom. Glamour Magazine
raved about this designer swimwear separate, calling it the bikini that “looks good on everyone.” Tried on by all shapes and sizes, the solid aqua shade makes for bright color pop that can be mixed and matched with other Next separates, while the retro cut can be adjusted to fit those from athletic to hourglass to pear-shaped. An essential to every aqua lover’s swimwear collection, you never know – this could very well be your signature staple. If basic solids aren’t your cup of tea and you’re aiming for look that’s more feminine than fundamental, match the halter tankini top to the Soul Rhythm Retro Bikini Bottom
. Also with a retro-inspired fit, this Next bottom is a trendy blend with the all-over floral paisley print and contrasting tile print faux ties. So what’ll it be – solids or prints? Either or, we’re positive that you’ll want to sport this womens bathing suit every time you open up your closet. Watersport junkies everywhere, beware. You won’t be able to stay away from these active separates from Next.