April showers bring May flowers--and May flowers bring June rooftop pool parties, Saturdays at Coney Island and weeklong trips to the Hamptons.

That means you need a new bathing suit, stat. 

Here are six hot swimsuit trends for you to rock. See you at Haven rooftop.

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STRAPLESS ONE-PIECES

Maillots are making a big comeback, and they’re definitely not your grandma’s saggy old one-piece. Take away the straps and add a belt for an on-trend, figure-flattering look.

Get the look: Asos ($49); La Blanca ($110); Tory Burch ($225)

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BALCONETTE BRA CUPS

OK, our girls need some support, and those flimsy tie-on tops from high school just aren’t cutting it. Opt for a structured, retro style that you won’t constantly have to readjust.

Get the look: Modcloth ($84); Anthropologie ($118); Betsey Johnson top ($70) and bottom ($54)

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HIGH-NECK TOPS

This '70s style is making a serious comeback this season, and it’s a flattering look for big- and small-chested gals alike.

Get the look: Target ($33); Free People ($83); Kenneth Cole ($115)

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TASTEFUL CUTOUTS

Another chic, current way to wear a one-piece. A few well-placed keyholes will make your swimwear sexy but not skimpy.

Get the look: O’Neill ($76); L*Space ($139); Cecila Prado ($217)

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SPORTY SILHOUETTES

Oh athleisure, thank you for making it trendy to wear yoga pants, oversize tank tops and flattering, sporty swimsuits like this.

Get the look: Victoria’s Secret ($60); Patagonia ($100); Carmen Marc Valvo ($126)

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ONE-SHOULDER STYLES

Switch up your look by showing a little shoulder. Pair this flattering look with a breezy midi skirt when you’re lounging on the beach with a post-swim margarita.

Get the look: Chico’s ($55); Lands’ End ($129); Marysia ($323)

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