Top 8 Australian Swimwear Brands

Top 8 Australian Swimwear Brands

Top 8 Australian Swimwear Brands

As Australia is home to some of the world’s most iconic beaches and dreamy climate to match. It is no wonder that our homegrown swimwear brands are renowned as some of the best available. With summer fast approaching and holidays on the rise again, now is the perfect time to invest in a new bikini (or 8) guilt free. 

With countless options to choose from, we’ve made things a bit easier for you by sharing the top 8 Australian swimwear brands. 

Bāmba

Bamba is an 80s inspired swimwear label that was crafted by a team of creatives from the coastal shores of Western Australia. 

This swimwear label produces minimalist designs printed on high rise and cheeky cut bikinis and one pieces.

View Bambas full range here

source:bamba

Zulu and ZephyR    

Zulu and ZephyR is a lifestyle swimwear brand, created by sisters Candice and Karla. The girls claim they were inspired by the Australian beach culture, with their brand born in the heart of Bondi.

Zulu and ZephyR aim to create effortless swimwear, ideal for the modern woman. They have a huge swimwear range as well as exclusive apparel wear that is perfect for a lazy day by the pool. 

Shop Zulu and ZephyRs full range here 

Source: Zulu and ZephyR

Tigerlily

Tigerlily is a swimwear label that has been renowned in Australia since 2000. The company aims to create the perfect holiday edit all year round. 

Their range of swimwear, over swimwear and accessories are designed specifically for those who love the beach, sun and all things summer. 

Shop Tigerlilys swimwear here

source: tigerlily

Lahana swim

The brand Lahana was created by Ramana, Vrindy and Tyler after growing up on the East Coast of Australia. Lahana’s choice to use luxurious material to create minimal designs, with high rises and cheeky cuts has had a positive response with women worldwide. 

Their latest campaign Green with Envy features simplistic, bold pieces bound to be a staple this summer. 

Shop the Lahana range here

source: lahana

Seafolly 

Seafolly was established in 1975 by Peter Halas’ folly. The early entrepreneur had an amazing response from his first international customer in France who said that the product had an aura around it…playful, light, different and a bit crazy…just like Australians. From then the brand grew! 

Seafolly now stocks countless styles, patterns and materials with specific ranges for women, maternity and kids. 

Shop the full Seafolly range here

Australian Swimwear
source: seafolly

 She Made Me 

She made me, an Australian company founded on the East Coast of Australia creates beautiful handmade crochet swimwear. 

Each piece is made by Balinese employees that work from their home across the island. The handmade crochet represents love, persistence and instils a beautiful, human connection within each piece says owner Chloe dunlop. 

Shop the She Made Me collection here 

Australian Swimwear
source: she made me

Curvy Swimwear 

Curvy Swimwear design their swimwear here in Australia, using quality fabrics and beautiful designs. The swimwear is specifically made to be figure flattering, stocking sizes 10-30. 

Curvy swimwear specialises in timeless basics as well as a range of floral printed swimwear and with over 300 different designs you are guaranteed to find something for you! 

Discover all of Curvy Swimwear here  

 

Australian Swimwear
source: curvy swimwear

Palm 

Palm is an Australian swimwear brand that’s ethos is to be sustainable, durable and timelessly beautiful. They even have an exclusive ‘ Recycled Rib Range’ that is all made to order. 

View the full Palm range here

Australian Swimwear
source: palmswim

 

So there it is, Australia’s top swimwear brands. Happy shopping everyone!!

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Isabella Mulligan

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