Sadly summer is over. But there is good news. Now is the perfect time to take advantage of the end of summer swimwear sale. Retailers, even online shops, are offering discounts to shrink summer swimwear collections. That means you can update your swimwear collection without blowing your clothing budget.
Where to buy swimwear deals now
So let’s get into it. Here are 10 online stores offering great deals on bikinis, tankinis, dresses and more.
Aerie is the American Eagle Outfitters brand for tweens. Today, Aerie has a more inclusive feel. Yes, the brand is youthful, but there are pieces suitable for more mature fashionistas.
Aerie now has swimwear separates priced under $30 and one-pieces priced down from $50 to $40. Purchasing swimsuits with Clearance lowers prices even further, with separates down to $15.
If you’re up for it, Amazon has all the swimwear you need, with prices starting at $20 and free shipping. Amazon delivers women’s suits year-round, so this isn’t seasonal.
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Andie sells practical swimwear in classic styles. Practical means the suit is designed to be comfortable to wear (and play with). Andie does this by extensively testing styles to ensure wearability.
Andie also offers free fit consultations. This is a great perk that guides you to the right suit style and size.
Shop Andy’s sale page for about 30% off separates and dresses.
Part of the Gap family, Athleta is known for its activewear and support for female athletes. Track superstar Allyson Felix made headlines in 2019 when she left Nike to join Athleta as a sponsored athlete. Two years later, gymnast Simone Biles followed suit.
For a brand that emphasizes performance, the suit style is more sporty than sexy. For me, and maybe for you, it’s a plus.
Save up to 60% on swimwear when you purchase Athleta’s Summer Farewell Event. This brings the price of functional separates down to $20 per piece for her.
5. Helen John
HelenJon is a luxury swim brand focused on fit, wearability and customer service. So the price is higher than for example Athleta or Amazon. However, the brand vibe matches the price tag. The styles are classy — you’ll find classic silhouettes updated with elegant patterns.
Shop our sale page for $60s separates and $70s dresses.
Lulu’s is one of the most popular online shops among budget fashionista readers, and for good reason. The brand stands for affordable luxury.
Swimsuits start at $20 now at Lulu’s. Code her DEALS20 at checkout and you may get an even bigger discount. I’m not sure when that code will expire, but it’s worth a try (or use the Rakuten browser extension to automatically try all available codes).
7. New York & Company
New York & Company is often overlooked when it comes to swimwear, as it’s well known for its affordable career wear.
But don’t miss the retailer’s current swim sale. A one-piece suit normally priced at $80 is reduced to $24. This is a 70% discount.
8. Nordstrom Rack
You already know (and maybe love) the Nordstrom Rack. It’s the perfect department store for those looking for quality products at affordable prices.
Shop Nordstrom Rack today and get a great selection of swimwear priced from $30 to $60.
Summersalt offers high quality, fashion forward swimwear at affordable prices. One of the things that sets Somersault apart from other brands on our list is our focus on sustainability. The brand uses recycled materials in its fabrics and packaging.
Summersalt’s regular swimwear prices are in the $90s range, which is competitive for a sustainable brand.
Enjoy 50% to 60% off during Summersalt’s Endless Summer Sale. This brings the $90 price down to a very reasonable $40 or $45.
10. TJ Max
Last on my list is another budget fashionista favorite, TJ Maxx. One piece and swimsuit separates are now available at your favorite discount retailer for prices ranging from $15 to $40.
How to Shop for Summer Clearance Swimwear Sale
Make the most of your off-season swimwear shopping by following a few guidelines.
- Stick to the classic style. Ultra-trendy suits have a short lifespan. By the time next summer arrives, you may not like the style.
- know your body If your weight fluctuates a lot, buying a bathing suit now may be counterproductive. Buy the size you expect to wear 8 months from now. If you don’t understand, don’t buy.
- Please be aware of our return policy. If the suit is in final customs clearance, it probably cannot be returned. Swimsuits are difficult to resell, so you may end up giving away something you don’t understand.
- Look for pieces that do double duty. A bikini top can double as a bralette and a one-piece can double as a bodysuit.
All that’s left now is to buy a swimsuit for the end of summer. enjoy!