Sum­mer and the beach sea­son are just around the cor­ner, the impor­tant ques­tion is what to choose for a child for a com­fort­able swim. Chil­dren’s swimwear is an essen­tial item in every child’s wardrobe. Each item has its own func­tion, swimwear and swim­ming trunks, in turn, are designed to spend time in the pool, water park, beach, sea, etc.

Before order­ing a chil­dren’s swim­suit in an online store, many par­ents think about how to choose the right one.

What is the first thing we pay atten­tion to when choos­ing a swim­suit for a child?

- swimwear with adjustable straps

- we do not save on a swim­suit — a too low price may indi­cate that the swim­suit is not made of high-qual­i­ty mate­ri­als that can lead to dia­per rash and aller­gies.

- choose swim­suits for girls and swim­ming trunks for boys with sim­pler sil­hou­ettes, with­out unnec­es­sary ropes of straps that serve only as dec­o­ra­tion, it is bet­ter to choose a sim­ple cut, but with a bright print, which will be the high­light of the mod­el.

- swim­ming trunks for boys can be cho­sen both with an elas­tic band (the elas­tic band sits tighter) and with ties (swim­ming trunks with ties can be adjust­ed around the waist), the choice depends on the con­ve­nience of the child.

- choose swimwear made from quick-dry­ing fab­ric, because it is con­ve­nient

- it is impor­tant that swim­ming trunks and swimwear have gus­sets — inter­nal inserts for greater hygiene.

Swim­suit for a girl one-piece or sep­a­rate?
One-piece swim­suits are con­ve­nient because the child will not be able to lose the top or bot­tom, they are eas­i­er and faster to put on. It is bet­ter to choose a one-piece swim­suit with an open back, just such a swim­suit will dry faster and the child, com­ing out of the water, will not be as cold as it will not be hot in the sun.

Two-piece swim­suits are more open and the body breathes bet­ter. And a huge plus is that girls do not grow out of sep­a­rate swim­suits as quick­ly as they do from one-piece ones.

Both one-piece and sep­a­rate swim­suits are diverse, beau­ti­ful, bright, with dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments, with skirts, with a strap on one shoul­der or with­out straps at all, etc.

What swim­ming trunks to choose for a boy?

For boys, the choice is more mod­est: clas­sic swim­ming trunks, swim­ming shorts and board shorts. The mod­el should be com­fort­able, not restrict the move­ment of the child, com­plete­ly cov­er the but­tocks.

Swim­ming shorts must be with a gus­set. The upper elas­tic band of swim­ming trunks can be sup­ple­ment­ed with a lace or a tie. If we talk about design, now, in addi­tion to clas­sic col­ors, bright col­or­ful and print­ed swim­ming trunks are gain­ing more and more pop­u­lar­i­ty.

Board shorts in a loose fit with or with­out pock­ets, knee length. The board­short has a mesh lin­ing on the inside. And the shorts them­selves are made of quick-dry­ing fab­ric so that the child is com­fort­able after bathing.

There is a diverse array of swim­suits, swim­ming trunks, bodices with col­or­ful bright prints and inter­est­ing details for every col­or and taste.