June 13, 2019 4 min read

If you are an expecting mum or have just had a little bub, our maternity swimwear is going to be the best thing for you. We have maternity swimwear options that make it the perfect to head beachside this summer.

Our maternity swimwear range has several features that are going to help you with all of the difficulties and perks of having a bub. It can be hard to find swimwear that is not only comfortable but flattering too.

We have maternity swimwear that  has additional stretch around the stomach area to make it more comfortable, making our maternity swimsuits great during and after your pregnancy.

Why Capriosca Swimwear for Maternity Swimwear?

Our selection of maternity swimsuits range from one piece bathers, tankini and bikini options. Capriosca Swimwear offers adaptable, functional swimwear for the style conscious that we know you will love this summer.

If you are breastfeeding, try some of our zip up front bather styles which easily zip up and down for ease while at the beach or pool for feeding your baby. Here are some keys tips to follow when looking for the right swimwear.

If you have a larger bust:

If you find that your bust has increased size you might feel like nothing fits you right anymore. We don't want you to feel self conscious during your pregnancy so we have the best maternity swimwear for you.

An option if you want to de-emphasize but flatter a large bustline is the Geo Sleeveless maternity one piece or the Luxe Sport Mesh High Neck One Pieces. They are great as they have a high neck and a supportive shelf bra.

Our twist front bandeau style is also great while you are pregnant and afterwards.  This style is especially designed to accommodate bust sizes from a D right through to a G cup.  This swimsuit also has plenty of extra stomach rushing to expand as your grow. The straps are wide for extra bust support and are adjustable and removable which is great for feeding.

Larger hips:

If you find that your hips are getting bigger and your swimsuits are no longer flattering you, try one of our pear shape swimsuits. These maternity swimsuits are made to flatter so you can feel great all day long.

Our flouncy one-pieces would be the best option for you as they have a dark colour for the bottom half of your suit, emphasising the top half of your body. Alternately, try a maternity swimsuit with a short skirt to flatter your hip area and give you a nice shape.

The flouncy bandeau style also has adjustable and removable straps making this swimsuit a perfect strapless one piece.

We have swim dresses that have panelling and great patterns for everyone to enjoy. Coming in both chlorine resistant and plain lycra, you can choose from dots, to floral and even plain black in our swim dresses. All of our swim dresses also have a built in one piece so you can be comfortable swimming and walking around.

Smaller bust:

If you want to create cleavage in your maternity swimwear, you have the option of wearing a maternity swimsuit with a V-neck or even an underwire for added support. Our underwire one pieces and tankini tops will be a great look to flatter your bust line.

Even more, try a  halter-style top that lifts the bust to give you a great shape and look. You can create the halter look by crossing over your back straps to lift your bust and give you support without hurting your neck.

To generally enhance your bust line with maternity swimwear, you can always wear a maternity swimsuit with frilled or textured prints such as the Honey Comb range or Retro Check prints. If you are a smaller bust we would suggest avoiding high-neck maternity swimsuits such as the Luxe Sport Mesh One Piece as they tend to press breasts down.


A bikini is another great style when you are pregnant.  Show off your beautiful full belly in one of our great bikini styles.  Capriosca swimwear offers structured bikini tops that will fit you like a bra.  Available in DD to G cup fittings. There are also bandeau bikini top styles with adjustable and removable straps or our frill top style.

Our bikini tops are available in plain black, floral prints and also a range of cute retro prints.  All come with matching print pants available in high waist, mid rise or high cut styles. Some ladies like to wear them with a boardshort.

Tankini Tops

Our best slimming tankini top would have to be our 3 tier style.  The frill layers area a great disguise and minimise the shape of your stomach.  This style also can accommodate a growing larger bust, with a built in shelf bra and adjustable straps for extra bust support.  Slip the straps off your shoulders for breast feeding.

Another popular maternity tankini top is the twist front swing tankini top.  This flared style has plenty of material to cover your baby bump. This super cute tankini style has removable straps and is great to wear even with a pair of shorts.  Available in 4 different prints - navy and white polkadots, mosaic aqua, black and white check and embroidered roses.


Bright colours:

Just because you're pregnant doesn't mean you should fade into the background! Don't be afraid to wear a maternity swimsuit that has fun and bright colours. You could look at choosing a maternity swimsuit with blocks of colour, or one solid bright colour rather than wild patterns that overwhelm.

We have lots of fun and exciting maternity swimwear for you to feel and look great during your 9 months. No matter what you need or what suits you, we are sure we can help you find the right bathing suit for you. Feel free to message or call us today to find out the best maternity swimsuits for you! We are available via phone, email, social media or even live chat!

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