A red swimsuit is the closest most of us will ever be to Pamela Anderson, am I right? All jokes aside, there is something very classic about a red swimsuit — especially a good one-piece. If you’re a fan of solid swimsuits and don’t veer into pattern territory, red is a nice change from the popular black or white.
And the shade looks good on just about everyone — paler skin tones look great in pink-hued reds and berries, olive and tan skin tones can pull off more brown shades of red, and dark skin looks beautiful in bright “true” reds. And yes, redheads can wear red (just look at Amy Adams or Isla Fischer who pull off the shade flawlessly).
Here are some of the best women’s red swimsuits of 2021.
Ballet One-piece Swimsuit | Balconette Bikini Top & Bottoms | Longline Triangle Bikini Top & High Cut Cheeky Bottoms | Wrap Bandeau One Piece Swimsuit | One Shoulder Bikini Top & Cheeky Bikini Bottom | Plunge Underwire One-Piece Swimsuit | Plunge Front Maillot One Piece Swimsuit | Ruffle Triangle Bikini Top & V-Front High Leg Extra Cheeky Bikini Bottom | Bow-tie One-shoulder One-piece Swimsuit | Asymmetrical Ruffle Front Bralette Bikini Top & Bottoms
How to Style a Red Swimsuit
Looking for advice on how to style a red swimsuit? Here are a few ideas for every style, ranging from classic to sporty.
- Classic: A one-piece red swimsuit + tan straw hat + white sunglasses + neutral sandals
- Sporty: A red bikini + baseball cap + men’s button-down shirt + slip on sneakers
- Trendy: A red monokini + black caftan + wedges + thin hoop earrings