I know there has been a backlash against strange cutaway swimsuits because they leave interesting tan lines. To those naysayers I say, “Are any cool looking tan lines?” I don’t think so. For those of us who are not prone to going to nude beaches (for whatever reasons) then we must deal with those pesky tan lines. So why not make it an interesting pattern while we are at it? Cutaway maillots are so cute. They add a little flair to your beach attire. Fun!
Flagpole Swim’s ‘Joellen’ swimsuit comes in a bold burgundy and crimson palette. This one-piece has a sporty cutout front and back to reveal a hint of skin. It’s made from a quick-drying Italian fabric that has built-in UPF50+ for added sun protection.
Swimsuit By Ted Baker made from stretch swim fabric with bandeau design, detachable straps, and twisted detail to front.
Swimsuit By Baku with crochet overlay, mesh inner layer, moulded cups, and adjustable straps.
Bow them over with this star-studded glamazon of a suit.
Swimsuit By Motel made from textured, stretch swim fabric with halterneck style, cut-out detail, and clip fastening to reverse.
This blue stripe maillot with a cutaway back that spills over the sides is fantastic.
V neck swimsuit with cutout and embroidered trim at front.
Swimsuit by Eberjey made from nylon and spandex with adjustable tie closure.
Blooming up top and bold allover, Zinke’s monokini flaunts fresh, figure-flattering attitude.
Straps cross the open back of this Vitamin A one-piece swimsuit, lending a paneled look.