As the summer season gets closer, every beach and pool lover knows the importance of having your swim wear lineup on point come June 21st! From tankini’s to halters, swimsuit styles are forever evolving. With each new Summer season there’s a wide array of new swimsuit trends to accompany it. Still, there are some swim ready looks that are just timeless and sure to withstand multiple summer seasons. That being said we have put together some of the most classic swim suit styles that are sure to last you years to come.
Crochet apparel gained popularity in the late 90’s and early 2000’s. Not long after we noticed the knitted trend make its way swimwear. While typically you wouldn’t think crochet and bikini’s go hand and hand, this unorthodox combination is a match made in swimwear heaven. The best part? With more brands like Tommy Hilfiger and River Island producing crochet swimwear we are seeing a larger variety in style from simple knit embellishments to full out crochet one pieces.
Right: River Island Black Crochet Stripe Bikini Top ($56) Hollister Crochet High Waist Bottom ($25)
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Sometimes simplicity is key and that certainly proves true in timeless swimwear. Whether emblazoned with a mere “CK” on the front or decked out with “Moschino” magic on your one piece; you can never go wrong with this sophisticated yet sexy styles.
Many may not remember the day when a two piece was risqué, but let’s not forget the high waist two piece is what started it all! Dating back as early as the 60’s the high waist bathing suit will continue to come back for many Summers ahead! The high waist two piece is the perfect happy medium between the triangle bikini and a classic one piece.
Is it safe to say Cut out swimwear is the latest trend turned essential beach fashion? We think so! Get full coverage while still showing off peeks of skin. Even though the cut out style is somewhat new to the bathing suit world, the wide array of options only gets larger every summer. We think cut out swim wear is here to stay!
Better known as the “string bikini,” this style is for the women who don’t mind showing off some skin during the warmer seasons. The triangle bikini is more versatile than most people may think. Think swimwear skirts to drawstring boy shorts, while many may know the style for its matching triangle bottoms but throughout years the style has expanded. With an easy switch of bottoms the look can be changed to fit your style and shape.
Left: Beach Bunny Summer Long Bralette Bikini ($120)