Another school year is winding down, so now is the perfect time to shop for your little girl’s beach wear. There are so many adorable options to choose from, but we found some fun, chic, and bright designs that will make you gush from the cuteness. Some brands even serve up “twinning” looks!
7 swimsuits for young girls
Laila and Lyra
This online shop is dedicated to trendy, boho-chic girls’ clothing, so if you’re looking for feminine pieces for your little girl, you’re bound to find one here. This striped, bandeau and high-waist two-piece gives off a sophisticated vibe. Perfect for your girly girl.
Owner and designer Badj Genato is a mom herself, which is probably why she came up with kiddie swimsuits inspired by Disney princesses. Check out the Aurora rash guard inspired by Sleeping Beauty, a Cinderella one-piece, and a bright yellow swimsuit inspired by Belle of Beauty and the Beast. There’s also a two-piece inspired by Ariel of The Little Mermaid and even an Ursula maillot. Best part: each swimsuit is below Php1,000!
The brand has become popular for its wide range of cuts and styles that suit different body types so moms can shop here as well. They just dropped these cute two-piece rash guards for kids that come in three different colors, and we love that it even has pockets! Stylish and convenient!
Buy it here for Php980.
Their Spring-Summer collection for kids is inspired by Los Angeles, California carrying the vibrant and stylish vibe of the city. You won't have a hard time choosing a suit for your little girl!
This online swimwear brand has been around for more than a decade so we’re happy to see that they’ve expanded their collection to include young girls. There are four designs to choose from this summer, but mom and baby can actually go twinning in this white floral number!
If your kid isn’t into frills, she might like this quirky pink pineapple suit. It might be the most expensive of the bunch, but this Australian brand’s swimsuits are made with fabrics clinically tested to a rating of UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor) 50+, so you can be assured that your child is protected from the harsh rays of the sun.