Cute Bathing Suits That Cover Stretch Marks

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Cute Bathing Suits That Cover Stretch Marks

Finding a cute swimsuit that looks good on my body and also covers what I want it to cover–like those new tiger stripes I’ve recently earned–can be tough. I’m pretty sure most moms can relate and that some also have to deal with stretch marks from pregnancy, breastfeeding, etc. Now don’t get me wrong, we can show our stretch marks poolside with pride! There’s nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed of. Obviously. Our kids need to see us being confident with our bodies. But if you’re like me and you feel more confident being a bit more modest in your swimsuit choices then I have some great options for you. These swimmies will help you enjoy summer, beach days, and pool days in style and with confidence. 🙂

Cute Bathing Suits That Cover Stretch Marks

One Pieces

Thankfully one-piece swimsuits are back in style and more and more women are wearing them. Here are some great one-piece bathing suits that will help with coverage.

1. Becca Crochet One-Piece

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This is a gorgeous bathing suit that has such amazing detail. I love that it still shows some skin, but that it covers what I want it to–stretch marks on the tummy and around the breasts. If you’re need more size options, here’s a stunning plus size option as well as a more affordable similar style option.

2. Keyhole Strap One-Piece

The fun pattern, the cutouts, the halter, and the colors make this swimsuit a keeper! I love full coverage on the bottom so this piece is great for the beautiful plus size mamas.

3. Chelsea28 Scallop Bandeau

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This swimsuit just screams summer and fun to me! The scallop bandeau top is super cute, and I really like how you can have straps or go without.

4. Miraclesuit One-Piece

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For full tummy control and support, you can’t beat the Miraclesuit. This one-piece is perfect for the post-baby body. The mesh side cutouts and flattering criss cross fabric on the font make this a fashionable and beautiful suit. Here is a similar less expensive option.

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5. Off the Should One-Piece

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I love this swimsuit. I love it so much that I got it myself! This flirty over the shoulder ruffle and flattering navy color are stunning. It’s perfect for every woman, not just us moms who are post-baby. If you’re needing additional sizes, here is a great plus size option as well as another similar style that is less expensive and a plus size option that is less expensive.

6. Sea Angel Navy Floral One-Piece

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How cute is this bathing suit, right? A plunging V-neckline brings the perfect amount of sassy style to this navy printed swimsuit, further enhanced by an open back with thick, crisscross straps. The colorful floral pattern sweetly complements your mom style, and subtle pleats on the bust, along with sewn-in cups, lend a figure-flattering look you’ll love. From tropical vacays to lounging poolside, this floral swimsuit has you covered in delightful style. Here is the plus size of this same suit. 🙂

Two Pieces

If you’re wanting some two-pice swimsuit options, I’ve got you! Here are some tankinis and high waist bathing suits that I think you’ll love that still cover up any stretch marks that you’re trying to hide.

1. ‘Lipsi’ High Waist Bikini

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This bold graphic color blocking adds sophisticated glamour and a higher waist creates slimming flattery for retro-inspired bikini briefs designed with plenty of coverage. And here’s the top that goes with it. A cool look for a hot day!

2. Bandini Blouson Tankini

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If you’re looking for a swimsuit that doesn’t cling to the body, this is a great option. The draping on this suit is very flattering especially for moms that just had a baby. And I love the color navy. So classic! And here’s the plus size option in black!

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3. Stripe Seamless High Waist Bikini

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I love a good high waisted bathing suit and this suit is too cute. This seamless high-waisted bikini bottoms offer a streamlined, flattering fit—and all the cool retro vibes. It’s a little cheeky but covers what you want it to. Make sure to get the top with the bottoms!

4. Color Play Crochet Tankini

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A lacy tankini top with a peekaboo mesh inset lets you take your fun and playful style poolside.

5. Reversible Halter Tankini

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I think everyone looks good in stripes. It’s a staple that should be in everyone’s closet. This classic tankini is great for all shapes and sizes and I love that it’s reversible. On the other side is solid blue. Here’s another reversible halter too!

5. Island Goddess Tankini

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Here’s another great tankini. This mahogany color is delicious! They also sell it in black if you prefer a black bathing suit. The straps are my favorite detail with this suit, and I like the crisscross design on the back.

6. Ruffle Bandeau High Waisted Bikini

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How fun is this swimsuit?! I love a good ruffle. This J. Crew gingham swimsuit is too cute to pass up. The pattern is great, you can add halter straps or tuck them away, and the high rise bottoms hold everything in. What’s not to love? The pieces are sold separately so here is the link to the bottoms. And if you want a one piece that is similar and less expensive, this one is pretty cute!

Tips For Getting Rid of Stretch Marks

All of these bathing suits are great options to hide the stretch marks that you might have gained from pregnancy or breastfeeding. You may have been doing a few things to try and prevent getting stretch marks, but if you already have them and you’re looking to get rid of them (or at least reduce the appearance of your stretch marks), here’s a few natural tips that can help:

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Castor Oil

Castor oil has been used to treat a number of skin problems. For example, wrinkles, age spots, moles, dark spots, fine lines and pimples. It can also help get rid of stretch marks. Here’s how:

  1. Apply some castor oil to the stretch marks and gently massage the area in circular motions for 5 to 10 minutes.
  2. Wrap the area with a thin, cotton cloth. Using a hot water bottle or a heating pad, apply some heat to the affected area for at least a half an hour.
  3. Repeat this process daily for a minimum of one month to notice positive results.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has many soothing properties and can treat many skin issues including getting rid of stretch marks. There are a couple of ways to apply it:

  • You can directly rub aloe vera gel on the affected skin area, leave it on for 15 minutes and then rinse the skin with lukewarm water.
  • Another option is to make a mixture with one-fourth cup of aloe vera gel, oil from 10 vitamin E capsules and oil from five vitamin A capsules. Rub this mixture onto the skin until fully absorbed. Repeat this process daily.

Lemon Juice

Another simple way to lessen stretch marks is to use lemon juice. Lemon juice is naturally acidic which helps heal and reduce stretch marks, acne, and other scars.

  • One option is to rub fresh lemon juice gently onto the stretch marks using circular motions. Allow the lemon juice to soak into your skin for at least 10 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water.
  • Another option is to mix equal quantities of cucumber juice and lemon juice and apply the mixture on the stretch marks.

Happy summer! Hope you enjoyed our list!


About the Author /

Nina is The Baby Chick® & CEO of Baby Chick®. She is a baby planner, birth doula, postpartum doula, childbirth educator, newborn care specialist, and a mother. With over eight years of experience, she has supported hundreds of families during their pregnancies, births, and postpartum journeys.

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