10 Form-Flattering One-Piece Swimsuits to Conceal Your Food Baby This Summer

In case bikinis just aren't your thing.

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PHOTO BY Every Body, Nekid Swimwear, H&M ILLUSTRATION War Espejo

(SPOT.ph) If you’ve got a beach trip coming up this summer, you’re probably already stocking up on cover-ups, waterproof sandals, and of course, swimsuits. We recently rounded up some stylish high-waisted bikinis you can shop locally right now, but in case you’re more of a one-piece swimsuit kind of person, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Below, we list 10 stylish, form-flattering one-piece swimsuits you can shop online in the Philippines—better add to cart in time for your next seaside adventure!

These are the one-piece swimsuits we're eyeing for summer 2022:

Mahadi Onesie (P2,300) from Aguariva

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This color-blocked swimsuit from Aguariva gives the illusion of a two-piece set, but with all the coverage and security of a one-piece. It features a high-legged, rust-toned bottom half punctuated by a white torso. While it keeps your stomach out of sight, it has a small cut in the middle to show off your waist.

Available online.

Isla High Leg Suit (P2,199) from Océan Essentials

Isla High Leg Suit Océan Essentials
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Just because you’re rocking a one-piece, doesn’t mean you can’t still show off some skin. Though this Ocean Essentials swimsuit keeps it mostly plain upfront with a full-coverage design and a rounded neckline, the back and sides let you bare your shoulder blades, waist, and cheeks. You can get it in neutrals like black, white, and navy as well as stand-out shades like maroon and yellow-orange.

Available online.

Simara (P2,500) from Alba Manila

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In case you’d rather not splurge on too many swimsuit styles for just a handful of beach trips, this one-piece from Alba Manila can be your go-to all summer long. The piece can be worn five different ways—strapped, strapless, backless, halter-style, and cross-back style—depending on what look you’re going for. We love this no-frills nude color, but you can also get the swimsuit in fun, summery prints.

Available online.

Beverly Body Suit (P1,980) from MillennX

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Go for a sporty look with this no-nonsense swimsuit from activewear brand MillennX. It features a classic scoop-neck cut on the front as well as a mostly plain design that’s available in blue and pink. Turn around and you’ll reveal a huge round cut on the backside showing off your spine as well as a racerback-like silhouette that highlights your shoulders.

Available online.

Lewis Full Piece (P2,400) from Eighth Mermaid

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Keep your beach look simple and effortless with this one-piece swimsuit from Eighth Mermaid. With a just-slightly-curved square neckline, adjustable thin straps, and moderate coverage on the bottom, you get a piece that would flatter any figure. Plus, the crinkled fabric—similar to ribbed fabric—offers more stretch and structure than the average swimsuit.

Available online.

Feeling Perky Bodysuit (P1,999) from Every Body

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This swimsuit from local brand Every Body—which was created by Colourette Cosmetics CEO Nina Dizon-Cabrera—promises comfort, compression, and curve-flattering construction. It’s made with 82% nylon and 18% spandex to create a stretchy fit that also dries quickly and is wrinkle-resistant. Plus, you can even use the suit when you’re not at the beach or by the pool—the one-piece doubles as a form-flattering bodysuit.

Available online.

Kaia Maillot (P3,650) from Nekid Swimwear

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Add more structure and definition to your shape with this maillot from Nekid Swimwear, which has a lingerie-inspired design that makes it look like a modern-day corset. Though it keeps you mostly covered up, you can still show off your assets thanks to the elegant sweetheart neckline, and the cheeky bottoms.

Available online.

Padded Cup Swimsuit (P1,490) from H&M

H&M black one piece swimsuit
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A black one-piece will always be a summer staple if you ask us, but in case you’re looking for a version of the swimsuit that’s not your usual, this H&M one-piece may be just what you need. It features a plain, all-black design with a classic silhouette and adjustable straps, but the no-frills style is made just a touch daintier with curved cuts on the neckline and thighs.

Available online; see a list of H&M stores.

Low Neck Swimsuit (P3,450) from Women'Secret

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Baywatch made red one-piece swimsuits cool in the '90s and they’ve never really gone out of style. Give the look a try with this fiery suit from Women'Secret, which sports a low-cut V-neck and skin-baring cut-out on the backside. If you want to run slow-mo on the beach while wearing it, well, we wouldn’t blame you.

Available at Rustan’s.

White Asymmetric Trikini (P1,595) from Pull&Bear

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Just because you’re wearing a plain bathing suit, doesn’t mean your poolside look has to be boring. This asymmetric swimsuit from Pull&Bear spices up the classic one-piece with an eye-catching silhouette that shows off just a bit of your midsection as well as your shoulders. Plus, the stark-white fabric would look so good against a fresh tan.

Available online; see a list of Pull&Bear stores.

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