One Piece Swimsuit Round-Up

While it doesn’t feel like it outside right now in San Francisco, swimsuit season is right around the corner. Before we know it, it’ll be time for Spring trips, tropical climates, and – Of course – Breaking out the swimwear. I like to add a suit, or maybe two, each season, so I started my research early. Here’s a round-up of flattering, fun one piece suits.

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Retro – If you’re in the mood for throwback styles on your next tropical vacation, check out The Victoria Swimsuit from Solid & Striped

Classic – This timeless black halter suit is perfect for someone who enjoys classic styling and a flattering cut. Norma Kamali has just the suit for you!

Daredevil – Love to make a splash? The cut-outs and strappy back of the Ava suit from Robin Piccone will help you make a memorable entrance. And exit…

Timeless – Summery stripes and sweet ruffles from Aerie are just the thing. Stripes are the trend that you can count on coming back into vogue season after season, so find a great striped suit and hold onto it.

Sporty Spice – If you’ve got some water sports in mind, you’ll be needing the Seea Avila Surf Suit to keep you covered. I for one love a long-sleeved suit when I have adventures on the schedule – Great for everything from SCUBA diving to water skiing.

Daring – The combination of a classic print, sweet color, and daring, plunging neckline combine to make this suit a dramatic showstopper. So if you’re in the market for some drama, the Lex Paisley Embellished one-piece from Beach Riot is a good choice. 🙂

Country – Whether you’re lake, river, or ocean bound, or just evoking some fun Dorothy style, this gingham cutie is the way to go.

Sweet – If you’re a fan of ruffles or other sweet, feminine details, this Aloha Floral suit from O’Niell is probably just your style.

What’s YOUR go-to swim style?


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