Lightweight one-piece suit comes in nine different colors and in sizes seven to sixteen. Fabric is chlorine-resistant, so colors don't fade. Made of quality materials that hold up to regular use. Doesn't ride up.
Tends to run small compared to typical girls' swimsuit sizes.
Comfortable two-piece with a tank top and boy shorts that is available in seven different colors. Sizes 3 to 15. Made of quality material that holds up. More affordable than many brands.
Some buyers report that these tankinis run a little big.
Available in 42 different prints in sizes 2T to 14, so all the girls in your family are sure to find a favorite. Dries quickly and comfortable to wear. Made of quality nylon and spandex blend and fully lined.
Runs small, and some of the bottoms are cut a little unevenly.
Available in 10 different girly and sporty styles in sizes 2T to 14. The two-piece swimsuit fits well and dries quickly. Holds up well after multiple uses and washes. Tank or T-shirt-style tops available.
Some styles run big, while others are true to size.
Available in 10 different cute designs in sizes 2 to 14. Includes built-in sun protection with SPF 50. The suits tend to be true to size and comfortable to wear. Long-sleeve wetsuit-style swimsuit available.
The colors can fade fairly quickly after a couple of washes.
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Girls' swimsuits come in a wide variety of styles and designs to suit every taste. Most brands offer both two-piece and one-piece swimsuits for girls in a full range of sizes. Colors range from more neutral colors to bright and bold. Sportier suits are available for those looking for swimsuits with more coverage or for girls who need suits for swim lessons or racing. Many girls' swimsuits include built-in SPF for extra sun protection. It’s important to pay attention to sizing charts as some styles run big or small, requiring a different size than your child might wear in regular clothing.