• Stylish One-Piece Swimsuits For Every Mom
  • It's that time of the year when everybody's showing some skin and their beach-ready body. But what if you didn't have the time to workout (because kids!) or you really can't flaunt six-pack abs in a two-piece bikini (because baby pouch!).

    Here's our guide in choosing that perfect-for-the-summer swimsuit to address very specific mommy concerns. 


    For moms who have a C-section scar

    Swimsuits for moms - CS
    Agua Brazilian Swimwear Lilac Leaves One Piece, P3,900, aguabrazilianswimwear.com

    Swimsuits for moms - CS
    I Love Koi Team Kramer Chesca Basic One Piece, P1,880, ilovekoi.com.ph

    Maillots are great for CS moms because you can easily hide your scar especially if you’ve got a vertical cut. But it doesn’t have to be unsexy! You can opt for one with cutouts on the sides—to show off a little more skin—or a deep neckline to flaunt your décolettage.

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    For moms who  are breastfeeding

    Swimsuits for moms - BF
    Roxy Womens Caribbean Sunset One Piece Swimsuit, P3,390, roxy.com.ph

    Swimsuits for moms - BF
    Full Rebel Black, P2,300, eighthmermaid.com

    A zip-up one-piece gives mommas easy nursing access (just zip down and feed!) while also providing ample coverage. Choose one with built-in pads.


    For moms who have big breasts

    Swimsuits for moms - big boobs
    Naked Sun Camelia, P2,150, nsswimwear.com

    Swimsuits for moms - big boobs
    Black Scallop Maillot, P1,450, nudoswimwear.com.ph

    "Dark colors, especially black, can make you look smaller—even up top. Opt for a high or halter-neck style instead of a plunging neckline, and go for thick (not thin!) straps. A venus cut or one-strap style can be flattering since it gives great support while allowing you to bare some skin.   

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    For moms who have large arms or thighs

    Swimsuits for moms - big arms/thighs
    Soak Moana Body Suit, P1,850, soakswimwear.com

    Swimsuits for moms - big arms/thighs
    Aquaholic Carla One-Piece, P2,198, zalora.com.ph

    If you’re conscious about your arms, a long-sleeved rash guard or body suit can help you cover up. To flatter a fuller thigh, steer clear of high-cut legs and go for those that provide a little more coverage for your bum. Boyleg bikini bottoms work!


    For moms who still have a baby pouch

    Swimsuits for moms - pouch
    Anemone Porto Retro One-Piece, $98, anemoneswim.com

    Swimsuits for moms - pouch
    Coral Swimwear Soleil, P1,880, facebook.com/coralswimwearph

    Camouflage your baby pouch with fun prints or shirring on the belly area. Color-blocking can help, too. Choose a suit with a darker-colored bottom for a slimming effect. Avoid whites and other light colors. 


    All photos were taken from the respective online-store websites.

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