Here’s the thing about solid colors: they transcend seasons, decades, and eras. Whether you wear one of our gorgeous solid swimsuits tomorrow afternoon or five years from now, it will be just as on point as the day you bought it!
As your personal style evolves, these simple colors can be your mix-and-match canvas, paired with rotating patterns and fresh motifs that mirror your current mood. Here’s a quick trip back in time to revisit Eidon’s Spring/Summer 2019 collection: still cute, still flattering, and still 100% available to be added to your wardrobe!
Slip into a swatch that perfectly mirrors the crystalline waters of the Caribbean. Let the rich turquoises of our endless ocean ignite your sense of wonder, and embark on a tropical adventure for the ages with Caribe. This collection is at its best when paired with Violetta, Kathmandu, Wakatobi, Gurung, or After the Rain!
Hey there, beautiful! Made you blush? With our Blush collection, you can harness the electric effervescence of being tickled pink every time you slip into one of our summer-ready swimsuits. Blush matches perfectly with a huge array of prints, including Aminatu, Wakatobi, Zanzibar, Paradise, Legzira, Pixie, Palawan, and Nirvana.
This collection’s namesake evergreen plant boasts a reputation for thriving in the harshest of conditions. Just like this delicate but determined bloom, we hope that Periwinkle empowers you to shine on, no matter what! Get your mix-and-match on with our Violetta, Saharan Sunset, and Legzira collections.
There is no feeling quite like first few serene moments after plunging into rich blue waters. Take Azure with you on your next deep dive and become one with the colors around you!
Our Marina collection was designed for the seafaring soul, with hints of grey, lilac, and indigo coming together to create the perfect nautical hue. Grab your sunnies, your slides, your beach bag, and your wide-brim hat – it’s time to get your Marina on. Check out our Airlie collection for some seamless pairing.
Our Palm collection features the kind of dreamy aqua blue that sits in the sky on a hazy day, a gentle muted shade you might find on the front of a vintage Miami Beach postcard.