Summer and the time to live with a bikini on all the time are finally around the corner. Yes, there are still a few months left but dreaming is free and the sooner we start signing designs for the summer, the sooner we will renew our swimwear. And it is that although there are bikinis and swimsuits that are timeless, fashions change year after year.
Today we wanted to focus exclusively on spanish firms of swimwear that we can also find in El Corte Inglés (a plus to know where to look). With collections and designs quite different from each otherall these firms are a perfect option ‘made in Spain’ to add to our suitcase this vacation:
Founded in Barcelona by two brothers, Alejandra and Manuel Meler Pla, it is most likely that you have ever come across one of their designs while browsing Instagram. His swimsuits and bikinis, according to the firm itself, are inspired in “the most charming corners and in the most remote coves of the Mediterraneanbut also at lavish Californian pool parties and at Bondi Beach’s seaside bonfires” and are characterized by very lively and cheerful prints.
Margot balconette bikini top in structured fabric with removable padding and underwire
Margot Classic Balconette Bow Bikini Bottom
Balconette Sunny women’s swimsuit with structured fabric and underwire
Like fish in the water
Born more than ten years ago, in 2010, by the hand of Raquel Pérez and Sandra Puig, Como pez en el agua is a firm that is committed to “craftsmanship, exclusivity and originality”. And that, as they say from the brand itself, they seek to “dress swimwear with glamor and femininity”. One of its hallmarks is the use of natural fibers (cotton poplins, bambulas and voilés, for example).
Pink Ruffled Bandeau Top with White Hearts
Big pink ruffle panty with white hearts
Halter Neck Floral Print Ruffle Swimsuit
This is one of the most consolidated firms in the collection, born in the 80s by the hand of Guillermina Baeza herself. Their designs have paraded on catwalks around the world and the firm’s philosophy is that “swimwear and lingerie are not mere accessories. Today they take on the same importance as outer garments.”
Bandeau bikini with maxi bottoms
Plain asymmetrical women’s swimsuit with one strap
Founded in Vigo more than 40 years ago, Selmark is one of the best-known selection firms for being a must in many haberdashery stores in our country. The brand bases all its garments on “good seating, support, comfort and technical perfection“And although her main line is lingerie, her swimsuits and bikinis have designs that make the public fall in love.
Bandeau bikini top with detachable straps
Low Rise Tie Bikini Bottom
Women’s bandeau swimsuit with inner cup and detachable straps
Born in 1988, the Valencian firm Ysabel Mora It is mostly known for its lingerie collections. But it has a most ideal bathroom line. Under the motto of “closeness, empathy and diversity”, the firm seeks to create collections and garments that manage to “satisfy the demands of each personality, each body and each need”.
Padded triangle bikini top
Plain classic bikini bottom
Floral swimsuit with foam
Born in Barcelona at the end of the 19th centurythis trade mark began making lace mantillas. In the 1960s they switched to lingerie and in the 1970s the firm presented its swimwear collection for the first time. Today they have a space every year at the Mercedes Fashion Week in Madrid and they have collaborations of all kinds.
Plain underwired bikini bra
Plain swimsuit with preformed cups, without underwires, inner lining
Founded in 1982, Red Point is a Catalan firm that seeks to “turn trends into a functional and attractive product, capable of sitting well without sacrificing aesthetics”. With plain or printed designs, her main objective is to create swimwear “so that women love themselves, like themselves and feel comfortable”.
Irina swimsuit with floral print and decorative knots
Naisha swimsuit with animal print and decorations
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