The Caribbean – the OG “sun and sand paradise” region of the world. Millions flock year-round, from countries all over the world, to do nothing more than lie on our beaches and swim in our waters.

So it’s no surprise that of all niches, Swimwear Design as an industry is growing robustly in the region. Local designers are offering unique cuts, colours and prints with sales and brand loyalty surpassing many international swimwear lines among Caribbean consumers.

Here’s what we’re stocking our swimmie drawers with this season:

Suga Apple Swimwear

(Barbados)

This Barbadian brand was founded in 2014 by designer Kimberly Cho Angoy. Known for fun, colourful prints, cheeky cuts, and its signature deep V neckline.

Facebook – Suga Apple Swimwear

Follow Suga Apple Swim on Instagram and Facebook for the latest collections.

 

Jae Jolly

(Jamaica)

If rainbow colours and tropical prints are your calling, then Jamaica-based Jae Jolly swimsuits were made for you.

Facebook – Jae Jolly

Follow Jae Jolly on Instagram and Facebook for the latest collections.

 

Keisha Als

(Trinidad)

Keisha Als is a Trinidadian designer and stylist. Her pieces are ??? – sexy, confident, and tropical.

Facebook.com/keishaals

Follow Keisha Als on Instagram and Facebook for the latest collections.

Misim

(Jamaica)

Tribal meets tropical with this Jamaican swimwear brand. Each piece is custom-made with customers selecting their fabric and cut for their one of a kind swimmie.

https://www.misimbeachbabe.com

Follow Misim on Instagram or visit their website for the latest collections.

 

Dklypse Swimwear

(Bahamas)

Dklypse Swimwear is a Bahamian brand established in 2013 by designer Kristen Cartwright, It features unique, trendy, reversible swimwear that is all handmade in Nassau, Bahamas by local Bahamians.

https://www.facebook.com/DklypseSwim/

Follow Dklypse Swimwear on Instagram or Facebook, or  visit their website for the latest collections.

 

Did we miss any? Let us know about your favourite Caribbean swimwear brands in the comments!

 

 


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