Trendsetting swim and beachwear with magazine style travel pages, news and advice.

Pre-holiday shopping can be a headache, so it’s great to find a site like Beach Café, which combines a trendsetting designer beachwear shop with magazine style travel pages, reviews of resorts, news on the latest boutique hotels, as well as the hottest travel books. They really have covered every eventuality... with hundreds of swimsuits, bikinis, kaftans and summer dresses on offer, as well as sunglasses, hats and sandals.


Most women hate stepping onto the beach for the first time and struggle to find designer swimwear that really flatters, but at Beach Café life is made easy. Simply search the range of designer bikinis, one-pieces, kaftans, tops and dresses by FIT looking for pieces that support or enhance the bust, flatten the tummy, elongate the legs or work with the fuller figure. An impressive cluster of designers also feature such as Melissa Odabash, Seafolly, Letarte, JETS by Jessika Allen, along with stunning beachwear from Juliet Dunn, Letarte and Emamo. If you're a fan of South American swimwear, the site also stocks chic brands such as Caffe, Ondademar and Despi. There's even a menswear section, where shorts from Ever and Hartford and shirts from 120% Lino can be found. New for 2012 are up and coming designers PilyQ and Charlie by Matthew Zink, as well as the gorgeous Zimmerman. Beach Café also stocks hats by Helen Kaminski and sunglasses from Tom Ford.


Beach Café is dedicated to finding you the "perfect fit" swimwear, so you can shop for pieces to enhance bust, flatten the tummy, elongate legs or work with a fuller figure. The site has a wide range of swimwear for D cup upwards, and you can buy tops and bottoms separately. If you are keeping fit or doing some serious training, Beach Café also have a selection of stylish active swimwear, make from performance fabrics guaranteed to make you look and feel fabulous in the pool.  

Beach Café is the brainchild of Rosi Farrow, a long time swimwear and travel aficionado, who grew up in beach resorts all over the world and who now owns Studio 13 fashion showroom in Notting Hill and buys for luxury hotel boutiques, such as Eden Rock in St Barths. The first Beach Café store will open in Barbados in early 2010.