10 Canadian Swimsuit Brands To Keep On Your Radar For Summer

Swimwear is by far one of the hardest things to shop for — it’s right up there with jeans and bras. Finding the perfect swimsuit that is both trendy and economical is hard enough on its own. Add in finding one that’s of good quality and actually fits, well, that’s a whole other story.

Here are Canadian swimsuit brands to keep on your radar for summer.

Saltwater Collective

Saltwater Collective is manufactured closest to home — right here in Toronto. The brand prioritizes the body-type and size of the everyday woman, catering to actually realistic figures. Saltwater’s swimsuits are made of high-quality fabrics that come in bold as well as unassuming colours. The bottom line is that this swimwear brand carries some of the trendiest yet practical bathing suits on the market!

Unika Swim

Unika Swim has been taking the Canadian swimwear market by storm, right here from Toronto. The Canadian swimsuit brand carries dozens of different styles for all kinds of body types; high-waisted, high-cut, strapless, the list goes on. Not only does Unika have a broad range of size-inclusive styles, but they’re all available in a ton of different colours. So whether you’re into bright reds and yellows, or nudes and neutrals, they’ve got it all. Although Unika’s pieces are a bit of a splurge, it’s definitely worth it — the quality is to die for.

Nora Swimwear

Nora Swimwear is a size-inclusive swimwear line that is solely dedicated to making customers feel confident in what they’re wearing, no matter their body-type. Not only is Nora Swimwear proudly Canadian, trendy, and affordable, but the brand supports a very good cause. A portion of proceeds are donated to a bursary that supports women’s up-and-coming business endeavors. This company is all about girl power!

Selfish Swimwear

Selfish Swimwear is geared towards the less modest with swimsuits being trendy, reasonably priced, alluring, and playful. These swimsuit designs are all about being sexy and in these cheeky looks, you’ll definitely be turning heads while you’re laying by the pool this summer.

Gattinan Swim

Gattina is based out of Hamilton, Ontario, and is a swimwear line that’s known for the variety of timeless, classy, and neutral-colored bathing suits they offer. The best part about this company is how small they are. You can count on the fact that all of their pieces are made with great quality materials, precision, and care. These suits will definitely satisfy your inner chic minimalist!

Beth Richards

Beth Richards is a Vancouver-based swimwear company started by designer, Beth Richards, hence the brand’s name. All of her designs are manufactured right here in Canada, and they’re made with the environment in mind! Beth Richards’ goal is to produce as little waste as possible, and some of its pieces are even made out of recycled materials. Expect to shop monochrome bikinis and one-pieces that are simple, yet still chic, as well as a few more extravagant looks if you’re looking for something a little more bold.

Anna Kosturova

If you’re on the hunt for some true bohemian beachy vibes, look no further than Anna Kosturova. Based in Vancouver, this is the ideal swimwear line to bring out your inner hippie. This line is known for carrying high-quality crochet pieces — with a price point around $100-$130.

Knix

Joanna Griffiths has revolutionized the intimate apparel industry with Knix, a Toronto-based brand that’s designed to make women feel more comfortable in their own skin. Not only does the company carry its infamous underwear and bras, Knix has also launched a lovely line of swimwear!

Left On Friday

The Vancouver-based brand, Left On Friday, is serving up all of the summer looks. The Canadian swimsuit brand believes in a life where nothing holds you back, especially your swimsuit. Its designs will keep up with you all day long, whether you’re swimming or surfing.

LONDRE

Not only are LONDRE‘s styles super cute, but it also places a major focus on its environmental impact. So far, LONDRE has recycled 200,000 plastic bottles off of streets and beaches into their sustainable garments offering. Plus, all of the water used in the process is able to be reused into new materials.  

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