Allie Flinn
April 20, 2018 2:32 pm
Reformation

Cool-girl brand Reformation just dropped new swimsuits, and we need them all. Ranging from solid one-pieces to floral, ruffled two-pieces, the collection is at once vintage, feminine, and totally sexy. (Three things we’ve come to expect from the brand.)

And even though the weather forecast is dismally chilly for the foreseeable future, it is technically spring. We’ll be damned if something like 67% chance of rain is going to stand in the way of our wearing cute swimwear. Which brings us to the next bonus of the new Reformation swim launches: You could definitely get away with wearing them as normal clothes. Seriously, there’s a ruffled bikini top that would look just as good poolside as it would paired with high-waisted denim. And, hi, we’d for sure utilize the one-pieces as both a swimsuit and a bodysuit. Multi-tasking for the win.

Several new silhouettes were also released in the launch. There’s both high-rise and low-rise bottoms, along with different cuts of a classic one-piece. The prints are quintessential Reformation: delicate and vintage-inspired polka dots and florals. Solid colors, like black and red, are also available.

According to the brand, their swimwear is made of 78% post-consumer recycled polyamide — which means it uses 50% less water to make these swimsuits as compared to other swimwear. We looked it up — the brand’s Mandalay Bikini Bottoms save 33.9 gallons (!) of water. Eco-friendly and sexy? Count us all the way in.

Shop our faves from the new Reformation swim drop, below. Sizes range from XS to XL.

1Reformation Cindy One Piece

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Proof that one-piece swimsuits can be sexy.

2Reformation Mandalay Bikini Bottoms

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Ultra-flattering and comes in a variety of colors and prints.

3Reformation Eliza One Piece

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This comes in black, red, and a vintage floral print.

4Reformation Goldie Bikini Top

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We’re swooning over the ruffled details on this swimsuit.

5Reformation Elliot Bikini Top

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Who knew brown could look so sexy?

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