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We just discovered this swim brand (and have no idea how we?ve ever lived without a T-shirt-like top).
Flagpole Swim (top, $220; bottom, $208)
Cleo by Panache (top, $59; bottoms, $40)
For the no-fuss gal.
ASOS (top, $62; bottoms, $66)
The bigger, the better.
Topshop ($65 for the set)
Tomboys, apply here.
Urban Outfitters (top, $36; bottoms, $42)
This delicate palm print looks far more expensive than it actually is.
Warehouse (top, $32; bottoms, $28)
Two trends in one.
Marc by Marc Jacobs (top, $128; bottoms, $88)
No longer just for your favorite blanket.
Roxy x Pendleton ($125 for the set)
How to be the hit of the Fourth of July.
Lisa Marie Fernandez ($390)
Excuse us while we obsess until further notice.
Marysia (top, $141; bottom, $141)
Fun fact: You can also get the leaf design up top and the stripes down below.
Victoria’s Secret (top, $29; bottoms, $27)
Because these particular bottoms don’t rise quite as high as the others, they’re great for short-torso-ed gals.
Tory Burch (top, $125; bottoms, $125)
Watercolor coral for the win.
Lane Bryant (top, $55; bottoms, $55)
Don’t feel like you have to shell out for a whole suit. Score a slimming bottom and pair it with any top you already own.
Another huge trend this summer are cutouts. One-piece suits with a slice taken out of the upper torso give the illusion of the high-waisted silhouette.
Mara Hoffman ($248)
Anyone else out there dying to slip on a little ’50s-era, high-rise bikini? (Definitely top on our list.) But for some reason, the season’s trendiest, most flattering swimsuit is also the most difficult to track down.
So we set out to find some chic, ladylike options for your shopping (and soon to be sunning) pleasure.
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