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Swimwear for pregnant women

If you want to go on a summer holiday or just go swimming during your pregnancy, you will of course need the right maternity swimwear. Because from the second trimester at the latest, the old bikini or swimming costume usually no longer fits. Thanks to modern swimwear for pregnant women, however, it is no longer a problem to cut a good figure at the beach or pool and find what suits you. But what should you look for when choosing?

A good figure at the beach in matching maternity swimwear

The special thing about maternity fashion for swimming is the cut and shape. Whether it's a bikini, tankini or swimming costume, the tummy is covered by the swimwear and adapts elastically in the abdominal area. Therefore, you only need to pay attention to the clothing size and the maternity swimwear can still be worn after pregnancy, just like maternity underwear, when the abdominal girth slowly shrinks again.

If you want to breastfeed, you should also make sure that the straps can be pulled down easily. This makes it possible to put them on quickly, even when you are on the move. Apropos on the go - don't forget the right outfit and sun protection when going to the pool or beach and of course on holiday.

A large selection of maternity swimwear

Maternity swimwear can be found in a variety of cuts and in a large selection in our range. Maternity swimming costumes, maternity bikinis and maternity tankinis - whatever you like is allowed. However, the two-piece swimsuits have the advantage that they are much more practical when the unborn baby is pressing on the bladder.

How to wash maternity swimwear

To keep your swimming costume, bikini or tankini looking good for a long time, there are a few things you should keep in mind when washing and caring for it. These include rinsing the swimwear thoroughly with clean water immediately after wearing it. After every third or fourth wear, the swimwear should be washed. Either by hand or in the machine at a maximum of 30°C, without a spin cycle and without fabric softener. These cause the fibres to wear out. Drying should be done lying down, after the suit or bikini has been pre-dried in a towel with light pressure.