7 summer-ready swimsuits from Thai designers we love

Updated on June 28 2017

Versatile, elegant and chic – these Thai designer swimwear pieces are absolute head turners. Whether you’re planning to drive down the Amalfi Coast or lounge around in the south of France with your glass of rosé, we’ve got your beach-ready vacation outfit all figured out. Tune into these local bikini brands and see how you can work these stylish swimsuits into your summer attire.

Styling tip – don’t be afraid to layer your bikini top under your jumpsuit or throw over a sheer white sexy kaftan to last you through the day. Mix and match. Have fun with it.

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Cromet Design

Cromet Design has really took the bikini wear world by storm. Even Hong Kong-based top model Mia Kang and Madi Ross are big fans of Cromet’s layered, structured swimwear. We recommend their classic, elegant one-pieces such as Posh Curve and Naomi. These can be worn as a bodysuit with a pair of denim shorts. And of course, we also like what Madi Ross is wearing in the photo – the Chloe bikini in dusty lilac – which can easily be your lingerie alternative.

Cromet Design (online shop)

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Pool of Foxes

One of our personal favourites – Pool of Foxes. We love their laidback, down-to-earth style and chic floral prints. We especially like this stunning plunge V-neck Tropical Islander swimsuit that Kamm Kulkornpat is wearing here against the summer backdrop. The swimsuit can be worn as a statement top and paired with a wrap maxi skirt.

Pool of Foxes (online shop)

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Swimware

An oldie but definitely, a goodie – Swimware has been around for a while but they never disappoint. The brand started their business by importing well-known international swimwear brands and now, they are creating their own prints. We’d like to highlight their new summer collection ‘In Full Bloom’, which features a selection of one-piece swimsuits in feminine, pastel hues and floral prints. These onesies are perfect for party cruises.

Swimware (online shop), +66 84 911 1911

 

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Swimsaic

Season after season, Swimsaic impresses us with gorgeous exotic prints. We especially love the print and design of this swimsuit as it is so versatile. You can layer it with a top, or work it into your evening cocktail outfit by matching it with a vintage skirt. We’d definitely bring this one to an island escape. Go island hopping during the day and look absolutely stunning at night just by adding a solid colour skirt.

Swimsaic, Innit Shop, 232, Second Floor, Siam Square, Soi 2, Prathumwan, Bangkok, +66 99 414 5196

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Yorata

Hermes orange will never go out of style, and that’s why we love the core colour palette of Yorata’s new summer collection. We like that you can mix and match the bikinis with anything, from flared pants to flowy sarong. Inspired by the style and movement of ballerinas, Yorata often features ballet pink and classy yet sassy fashion pieces such as whisper-thin tutu skirts. Besides swimwear, we suggest you check out their clothing selection as well.

Yorata Showroom, Third Floor, G.P. House Building, Soi Suan Plu, Sathorn Road, Bangkok, +66 2 677 5962

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Bewish Anana

A relatively new brand on the block, Bewish Anana has already garnered a loyal following with their classic design with sass. Bewish Anana doesn’t usually feature prints but they do all the basics right. Shape, structure and fabric – the bikinis and swimsuits are bold in colour and design, allowing you to flaunt your slender body shape. Their simple silhouettes and embellishments are on point, all tailored to highlight your feminine curves.

Bewish Anana (online shop)

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Sea Salt & Vinegar

This funky new bikini brand has a lot of storytelling to do. They use plenty of vibrant hues and chic graphics, creating playful swimwear with a splash of fun. We recommend you checking out their curation on Instagram, as it is always stunningly presented and helpful with details. We especially like this green leaf one-piece, which boasts Beverly Hills Hollywood glam.

Sea Salt & Vinegar (online shop)

 

Originally from Bangkok, Kiki (@curatedbykiki) is an Aussie transplant with a dash of New York City DNA who fell in love with digital media, fashion, tech and the news. A wanderlust at heart, she is sure to be collecting mileage points or Michelin stars somewhere in a new destination when she's not working.