Bikini Bottoms FAQs
Does Soma have different styles of swim bottoms for women?
Yes, we have many different styles of bathing suit bottoms for women. We feature styles that range from classic bikini bottoms to innovative convertible women's swim bottoms that allow you to show or cover as much as you like. Our bottoms are intended to be worn with a matching swim top or you can wear them as a separate under your choice of coverups.
Which types of swim tops go best with bikini bottoms?
All types of tankinis and bikini tops go well with bikini bottoms, it really just depends on your preferences.
You can pair a halter tankini top with a high-waisted bikini bottom that features ruching at the hips for visual interest. Another combination to consider is combining a classic plunge bikini top with a pair of convertible swimsuit bottoms with an adjustable waist.
Our women's swim bottoms can be mixed and matched together as you please and you can create multiple bikinis out of a few pieces for ultimate versatility.
What should women look for in swimsuit bottoms?
You should look for bathing suit bottoms that align with your personal tastes, your coverage preferences, and the tone of the location you're swimming at. For days when you want just enough coverage, choose the sarong hipster bottom in a solid or a print.
Not feeling the desire to show off, but want to be comfortable and cool? The high-waisted swimsuit bottoms come up to your waistline, and work well when paired with a classic bikini top.
Last, but not least, consider the convertible bottoms that let you decide how you want to look at the poolside. Pull the waist up higher for those times you want to cover yourself up from the sun, or push it down for more exposure. If you don't want the convertible, but like the look of gathered fabric, consider the ruched side bikini bottom.
How do I find the right women's swim bottoms for my body type?
Finding the right swimsuit bottoms that flatter your body type starts with looking at what you want to camouflage or minimize the appearance of. If you're looking to trim your waistline, a high-waisted bikini bottom accentuates the waist-to-hip drop and elongates your torso. Alternatively, if you want to add the look of curves to areas where yours are minimal, a gathered waistline or hip adds fullness to these areas.
Our entire selection of swimwear makes it easy for you to create endless combinations of bikinis and versatile two-pieces for more coverage.
Having difficulty figuring out what looks good on you? Get in touch with one of our style experts through our Style Connect app and get advice about which bikini bottoms and tops are best for you. You get real-time assistance, live chat, and the ability to buy in a single session for your convenience.