Top maternity swimsuits for 2012

Summer’s here and you feel like you’re about to explode. You ‘look like you’ve swallowed a beach ball’ physique has put you off stepping out on to the sand in a stylish swimming costume.

But fear not, Maternity costumes can be chic, flattering and make you look like the radiate pregnant lady that you are, brimming with health and vitality!

Top maternity swimsuits for 2012

Check out the following top maternity swimsuits for 2012:

Bandeau-style Tankinis

Tankinis are all the rage this summer and look particularly great when accessorised with beaded neck ties. Such as the Maternal America Summer Wooden Bead Maternity Tankini from duematernity.com, a pretty and elegant maternity costume that is accessorised with a beautiful wooden beaded neck.

Navy Green Sport Maternity Swimsuit.

This super-sporty navy green sports maternity swimsuit from Next is stylish, comfortable and will help radiate your health and vitality on the beach this summer.

A Pea in the Pod Twist Front Maternity Tankini Swimsuit

Grey and polka dots are both in fashion this season and when combined create a cute and cheeky maternity swimming costume. And with the side ruching as featured on the Pea in the Pod Twist Front Maternity Tankini Swimsuit, available from apeainthepod.com, this style of swimwear will stretch with your rapidly expanding bump!

Blue Print Halter Maternity Swimsuit

With your bump seemingly getting bigger every day, pregnant ladies can be a little prone to backache and feelings of being extremely uncomfortable, particularly in hot weather. Wearing a halter neck swimsuit can help support your bump and as a consequence can make your feel more comfortable on the beach.

The Blue Print Halter Maternity Swimsuit from Next is a stylish and supportive choice of swimming costume for this summer.

Bring on the bump!

Of course instead of covering up your bump with a swimming costume this summer, why not flaunt it by wearing a bikini instead? Although remember to put lashings of high factor sun cream on your bump as that stretched skin will be extra prone to becoming burnt.