Andie Swimwear Review
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Buying swimwear has always been a tough one for me—it’s even harder online. With so many different styles and models with bodies that don’t quite look like mine, it’s hard to know which one to pick. Andie is different.
Andie is a luxury women’s swimwear brand. Understanding that swimsuit shopping is a challenge on a good day, the brand supports customers by helping them find the right style, fit, and coverage. I particularly appreciated the Fit Quiz tool which offered up suggestions based on my body and style preferences.
I’m not the only one that values Andie’s refreshing approach to swimwear though, I saw its name featured in Insider, People, and InStyle and its social community of 210k+. I even read that Andie grew 1000% between 2018-2019—a statistic that only further shows the need for this kind of brand.
So what can you expect in this Andie swimwear review? I’ll tell you everything you need to know about the brand and its best-sellers, along with customer feedback, information on promotions, and more. Let’s suit up and dive in.
Overview of Andie
The brand believes that “when you wear a suit that fits, enjoying yourself comes naturally.” And honestly, I have to agree. Wearing an uncomfortable, pinchy bikini totally ruins volleyball matches—not to mention it gives you an unflattering rash in the process.
Founder and CEO, Melanie Travis, launched AndieSwim in 2017 to help women find a swimsuit that actually makes them feel good. The brand provides support throughout the entire process of swimsuit shopping, even if its some feedback when you’re at home critiquing yourself in the mirror. Too thorough? I don’t think so. I see it as a the BFF of the retail world.
Andie swimsuits are made for the pickiest of consumers. Which means they were made for me. They designed their suits based on feedback and wear tests from thousands of women of different shapes and sizes, and are made from luxury-standard fabrics and finishes. The suits are a blend of nylon and spandex, come in five different fabric options with a range of fun prints and colors. I loved that I could shop by classic styles, featured edits, or fit.
While I did read that Andie manufactures its suits and coverups in China, they work with ethical factories with fair labor practices and environmental initiatives. Some of the highest-quality work comes out of China, so don’t roll your eyes just yet.
To give you a synopsis of what’s to come in this Andie swimwear review, I’ve rounded up the brand’s pros and cons. Spoiler: there aren’t many cons.
- Eco-friendly fabric options
- Variety of styles including one-piece, two-piece, maternity, kids
- Ethical & fair labor
- Eco-friendly practices in their factory
- Fit Quiz helps you find the right style
- Swimsuits have thoughtful details
- Customers report helpful, friendly customer service
- Customers love the process of ordering a swimsuit on their website
- Rewards Program
- Sale section
- Free US returns
- Some customers had a hard time finding the right fit
Getting to know the brand through its collection, I learned its style is as much about looks as it is comfort. Great fitting and feeling clothes can totally make the woman, and I believe they can transform confidence.
Andie swimwear is made with women’s bodies in mind, so there’s a variety of coverage and support options, as well as picks for long torsos and small or large chests. Sexy in an understated way, the line is flush with soft, skin-friendly fabrics and fun colors and prints.
Want to buy suits for your mini? Andie had a kids’ collection to match its women’s, though many of the styles are now on final sale. I’ll walk you through both lines next in this Andie Swimwear review.
Andie Women’s Swimwear Review
Andie swimwear is designed with you and your life in mind. They not only want to make you look good, but they want to make you feel good and stay protected, too. I love that their suits have UPF 50+ protection, and their one-pieces have the option to select a classic or long torso to ensure you get the fit you need to keep you feeling flirty (and secure) all day long.
Just ahead, you’ll come to know the brand’s bestselling swimwear— a mix of classic and modern styles, all with a luxury look and feel.
Andie The Tulum Review
The one-piece made a comeback several years ago, and I couldn’t be any happier. Once shunned for their “basic” nature, one pieces are the new sexy.
The Tulum allows you to channel mega beach-babe vibes and is anything but basic. Soft, buttery fabric offers a look of luxury, while solid and understated patterns compliment any body type.
With medium booty coverage and a racerback style to provide support, this suit allows you to show off all of your favorite assets. The Tulum style is offered in flat, ribbed, and eco nylon fabrics in 7 fun colors and patterns like cherry and orchid.
The suit has removable soft cups that let you cover up when you need to, or show off when you don’t. Finally, you can own a suit that makes you feel secure and sassy. get the Tulum for $95-$115.
Andie The Mykonos Review
The Mykonos suit from Andie lets you show off what your mama gave you, but in a totally classy way. Based on the name, I think this suit would be perfectly paired with a wide brim sun hat and oversized shades while sunbathing in Greece.
Add your favorite romance novel and tropical beverage, and you’re the picture of luxury style—even if you’re just lounging in a kid-sized inflatable pool in the backyard.
The suit features a deep plunging neckline and is secured by a waistband that cinches in the right place to highlight your shape. Thicker straps have a toning effect on shoulders and arms, while the removable soft cups keep your girls lifted.
The Mykonos suit comes in both flat and ribbed fabrics in 4 flattering solid colors like white and navy. My fave? I think white ribbed is a must. Prices for this suit range between $95-$115 depending on the fabric and print you choose to suit your style.
Andie The Maui Top Review
Not every beach day is about lounging, fun in sun is all about action, baby. The Maui Top definitely seems like it can keep up.
I think it looks like a crop top or sports bra, perfect for beach runs or island adventures. I’ve read that this top is extremely comfortable, made from a thick material that’s ultra flattering with adjustable straps and under bust elastic for full support.
I like mixing and matching, so I appreciate that I can pick my preferred style of bottom to go with The Maui Top. Since it’s so versatile, I think it can be paired with just about any bottom.
Get it in flat, ribbed, ripple, or eco nylon in 10 colors and prints. I’m loving tropical palm in glossy eco nylon. When it comes time to pick your bottom, feel free to play around with colors to mix and match. Pick your favorite for $50-$70.
Andie The Bikini Bottom Review
Microfloss and loincloth bikini bottoms are fun and all, but sometimes a girl needs a good, dependable bottom. You know, one you can wear to a family beach day.
The Bikini Bottom is the brand’s most versatile bottom that offers a wide array of options for different looks. I suggest pairing it with a tube top and breezy kimono for cabana days, or with a tankini top for water gun fights in the backyard.
Available in 21 different colors and patterns, choose from flat, ribbed, or glossy eco nylon. I’m in love with ditsy floral olive.
With a medium rise and snug fit, grab a pair of these classy and classic bottoms for $45-$55—select styles are on sale for $35-$40.
Andie The Maternity Amalfi Review
Yes, you can still look sexy while pregnant! I love the direction maternity wear is going. Gone are the days when mumus and boring swimsuits were your only style option. This Andie Swim pregnant style comes in navy, black, and cherry red with a flattering but classy neckline.
I imagine pairing the black Maternity Amalfi with a flowy, neutral bohemian coverup with tons of fun tassels. This suit isn’t all looks through. It also offers added support for your growing belly. Ideal for women in their 2nd or 3rd trimester, it features side ruching for a comfortable fit and a medium-high leg cut.
When choosing your size, be sure to select your typical pre-pregnancy size. This belly-flattering suit retails for $95.
Andie Kids Swimwear Review
Andie Kids Swimwear for girls and boys is made in the same body-loving fabrics that their women’s swimsuits are. Featuring fun and vibrant patterns in adorable styles that will thrill your little ones, these suits offer UPF50 protection to keep them safe.
Up next in this Andie Swimwear review, I’ll give you a peek at the brand’s most popular swimwear for kids.
Andie The Kids Bikini Review
I positively adore the fact that the brand makes kids’ swimsuits to match their women’s versions. Who doesn’t love a ‘Mommy and Me’ moment? Coordinate with your little one with The Kids Bikini, which comes in cheeky prints like Summer Stripe and Cherry Red.
Enjoy a mommy-daughter day at the pool, and make memories in matching swimsuits that will have you smiling for years to come. The Kids Bikini comes in their eco-friendly recycled fabric. Turn “beach-babe” into “beach-baby” with this classic two-piece for $50.
Andie The Eco Amalfi Kids Review
The Eco-Amalfi Kids one-piece has the same classic-cool look as the matching women’s swimsuit. Cute patterns, like rose stripe, have a trendy vibe that your little girl will love. Heck, I love them for me.
The classic scoop neckline and slim straps offer a higher neckline and a comfortable fit to keep your little one happy and carefree. You can purchase The Eco Amalfi Kids suit to match your own for just $50.
Andie The Eco Kids Trunks Review
Let’s not forget about the little boys out there! The Eco Kids Trunks are lightweight and a great go-to option for your trendy guy to shine at the beach. These trunks are available in classic colors like navy and cherry red and offer protection and practicality for long days spent in the sun.
Let your kid explore the sand or dive-deep with confidence in The Eco Kids Trunks. These trunks are currently on sale for $41, normally $45.
Andie The Eco Rashguard Kids Review
Extra sun-protection never hurts. The Eco Rashguard Kids top will keep your kid safe during days outdoors without making them overheat. Lightweight and breathable, this rashguard offers UPF 50+ and comes in solid colors like cherry red and navy, or patterns like sky and summer stripe.
I love the summer stripe option. I think it looks like a multicolored popsicle. Make things safe and fun for your kids with The Eco Rashguard Kids top for $30-$40.
Andie Swimwear Reviews: What Do Customers Think?
Eyeing up swimwear online is one thing, but this wouldn’t be a complete Andie swimwear review if I didn’t hear what customers had to say about the brand. After scanning the web, I found customer reviews on Reddit, Trustpilot, Insider, and the brand website that comment on the secure fit and appealing styles of their swimsuits. Let’s look at some ratings on andieswim.com first.
- The Amalfi: 4.7/5 stars, 2,202 reviews
- The Tulum: 4.7/5 stars, 1,614 reviews
- The Maui Top: 4.7/5 stars, 456 reviews
- The Mykonos: 4.6/5 stars, 1,342 reviews
- The Bikini Bottom: 4.8/5 stars, 379 reviews
Of The Tulum, one Andie swimwear review read, ““This is the little black dress of swimsuits. It’s comfortable and stays put, so it can be worn when you’re planning to be active, but it’s simple and revealing enough to be dressed up with a sarong… I’ve always felt self-conscious in swimsuits, but not with this one.”
Overall, customers love the brand’s fast shipping and an easy shopping experience that made buying and wearing a swimsuit actually enjoyable.
Andie swimwear reviews on Reddit report high quality and fast shipping. There were about 19 comments, the majority of which held positive stories about the brand. One customer wrote, “I loved it so much I placed a second order…The quality is outstanding and despite postal delays [due to Covid-19] received my order 7 days after I ordered!”
I headed over to an Andie Swimwear review on Insider for a closer look. The author wrote of the easy shopping process, saying their “incredibly easy process made something I genuinely dread…into something kind of fun and satisfying.” I’d have to agree with this one. After taking the quiz for myself, I really felt heard, like as if I had a personal shopper picking just for me. I loved all of my recommendations.
Hungry for any other helpful Andie swimwear review I could find, I checked into Trustpilot, but there simply weren’t enough reviews there to give an accurate depiction of the brand. After all of the feedback I collected, I’d have to say that more than the majority of it is positive—though, it’s not all positive.
I ran into comments about trouble finding the right fit and that one customer got a sunburn despite the UPF 50+ protection. These comments were rare, like really rare, so while I can’t ignore them, I find comfort knowing they’re not common. All in all, Andie is shaping up to be a well-loved brand.
Is Andie Swimwear Worth It?
It’s final thoughts time in this Andie swimwear review. So does the brand get a pass? I really appreciate what Andie is doing for women’s swimsuit shopping. Buying swimwear is notoriously rough. Coming face-to-face with our bodies and any areas of insecurity we may have, I felt really comfortable shopping with this brand and that’s something I don’t feel with other swimsuit stores.
I love that Andie offers support throughout the entire process and will help you pick a suit that is best for your body. There are some reviews that speak of not enjoying how Andie swimsuits fit, so I suggest taking advantage of the support the brand offers before purchasing.
Pretty much every Andie Swimwear review for customer service, shipping, and returns was great. I think it’s awesome that they offer eco-friendly options and that their swimsuits are made in factory with environmental initiatives in place.
Verdict of this Andie swimwear review? I believe their swimwear is absolutely worth the buy.
Andie Promotions & Discounts
Reading through the brand’s website for this Andie Swimwear review, I saw that there’s a killer Andie sale section with some really great stuff. The brand also offers a Rewards Program where you can shop and earn points to redeem for discounts later.
Where to Buy Andie Swimwear
You can shop their swimwear exclusively through AndieSwim.com.
Where are Andy swimsuits made?
Andie items are all made in China. However, I was happy to learn their factory employs ethical and fair labor practices, alongside environmental initiatives and working conditions.
Is Andie Swim sustainable?
Andie’s factory follows its environmental initiatives. Though I tried to find out what they were for this Andie Swimwear review, I didn’t have luck. If you want to up your sustainability score further, I suggest checking out their eco nylon or eco poly collections.
What sizes does Andie swimwear offer?
Andies carries sizes for women in XS to 3XL for their swimsuits. Their pants come in sizes 00 to 24, and their bra sizes come in 30A to 44E. For more information, refer to the Andie swimwear size chart next in the product descriptions. Or, you can take the 12 question Fit Finder quiz on the website to find the best Andie swimsuit for you.
What is Andie’s Shipping Policy?
Andie offers shipping within the US, Canada, and Mexico. Duties and taxes for international orders will be applied at checkout. If you live in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, or Singapore, place your order on Andieswim.com.au. There is currently no option for Andie swimwear free shipping. All shipping costs will be calculated at checkout.
For the US, Andie orders ship out within 3 business days from the time you place your order, and they take between 3-7 business days to be delivered. I’ll note here in this Andie Swimwear review that expedited shipping options are only available for US orders. Expedited shipping takes 2 business days, and Overnight shipping takes 1 business day.
International orders take between 2-3 weeks to be delivered. Andie will send you a confirmation number when your order ships, along with the tracking number that you can track via the carrier website.
What is Andie’s Return Policy?
The brand has something called Andie Swim Happy Returns, which, to me, sounds like they make returns as easy as possible. For US orders, all items that are in original condition, with tags and liners attached, are eligible for free Andie swimwear returns within 21 days from the delivery date.
To start your return, head to their Return Portal and Andie will send you a prepaid return label to attach to your package that you will need to drop off at FedEx.
For Andie swimwear Canadian orders, head to their Return Portal. You’ll be charged a $10 processing fee if you’d like a full refund. However, if you’re looking to make an exchange or receive store credit, the fee is waived.
For other international orders in Mexico and the UK, Andie does not provide return labels. You’ll need to send it back yourself. Once Andie receives it at their warehouse, they will issue your refund. To do this, email [email protected].
If your item has been marked as final sale, it cannot be returned.
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