Our Fit Guide makes it simple to find the right Andie for you.
When you wear a suit that fits, enjoying yourself comes naturally. We design with every fit preference, every activity, and every body in mind for a spectrum of styles that suit your swim needs.
Maximum style and subtle support. Opt for styles like The Mykonos or The Rio Top for lounging on land. We hear Light Support styles also double as your favorite bodysuits...
Get the best of form and function. Our classic maillot styles, like The Amalfi or The Laguna, take you from poolside cocktails to kid-chasing and back again in a breeze.
Control and coverage that does it all. No-budge styles like The Malibu or The Tulum are secure enough for high-impact swims and stylish enough for all-day wear. For a supportive separate, opt for styles like The Maui Top and Ventura Top.
Our Cheeky styles minimize tan lines and accentuate your best assets. Turn heads in The Paloma or bare a bit more in The Cheeky Bottom (and its High Waisted counterpart).
A classic cut never goes out of style. Whether on land or at sea, The Tulum and The Bikini Bottom are a timeless solution to your swim needs.
These styles can dive in, hop out, and keep up. The Mykonos is a stylish way to keep your seat concealed. Find a secure separate with The High Waisted or Girl Short Bottom.
Classic Torso styles set the fit and coverage standard. Whether Classic or Long Torso, our removable cups and adjustable straps make it easy to perfect your fit.
Our Long Torso styles are 2 - 2.5 inches longer than our Classic styles, relieving the constant adjusting and riding up that comes with a too-short suit.
Please check out the Sizing Guide on product pages for more detailed measurement suggestions. In between sizes? Keep in mind that swim fabric expands. If you spend a lot of time in the water, size down for a secure fit. If you prefer to lounge on dry land, size up for maximum comfort.
You may be a Long Torso fit if one piece swimsuits tend to ride up, dig into your shoulders, or feel too deeply scooped in the bust.
Using a soft measuring tape, measure the length of your torso from your shoulder (where a bra strap typically lands) to between your legs (where the inseam of your pant legs meet). If you measure over 30 inches, you may prefer a Long Torso fit.
Meet our Fit Experts
Loves: To take a swimsuit from the beach to a night out
Specializes in: Finding the perfect suit for every occasion
Favorite suit: The Laguna
Loves: Lounging in the sand and catching a volleyball game
Specializes in: Helping new moms and changing bodies
Favorite Andie: The Amalfi
Loves: A swimsuit as a bodysuit
Specializes in: Styling petite, curvy bodies but has your back if you're 6'1"
Favorite suit: The Malibu