SKIMS swimsuits are here to up your beach game this summer

Kim K was working! (Get it?) Her new SKIMS swimsuits are getting us amped for those balmy beach days

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Kim K is all ears: SKIMS swimsuits—a highly sought-after drop—are about to hit shelves and make their way into your capsule wardrobe. Who doesn't want a beach-ready look thrown into the mix?

"You’ve asked, we’ve listened 🌊 @SKIMS SWIM launches this Friday, March 18 at 9AM PT," Kardashian wrote on Instagram, alongside a slew of bathing suit-clad photos. 

From one-pieces and bikinis to sarongs and shorts, the first-of-its-kind collection has something for everyone. It's a more modest and practical line than the super-sexy Kylie Swim that just dropped (and leaves very little to the imagination in the process). 

Who's ready to rock water waves and that adorable bandeau bikini top in periwinkle?! Count us in!



SKIMS swimsuits sneak peek

The 19-piece mix-and-match collection comes in a variety of hues: periwinkle, cobalt, onyx, gunmetal, cocoa, almond and ochre, all of which sport a relaxed, earthy tone. 

Sizes span XXS to 4X and prices range from $32 to $108. After a dip, grab a piece from the SKIMS boyfriend collection to throw over your suit if you get chilly. 

SKIMS, Swim Bandeau Bikini Top ($36, £‌29)

SKIMS, Swim Mid Waist Bottom ($36, £‌29)

SKIMS, Swim T-Shirt ($52, £‌42 )

SKIMS, Swim Scoop Neck One Piece ($88, £‌70)

SKIMS, Swim Sarong Skirt ($78, £‌62)

Although the Kim Kardashian Variety interview response was less than favorable, we have a feeling these bathing suits will be just the opposite.

Have a look at the complete SKIMS Swim collection online. Be sure to return on Friday, March 18 at 9am PT/12pm ET to snag some goodies for yourself. Word of advice? Hop on quick: these items are sure to sell out quickly.

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


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