Swimsuit shopping is hard. The allure is there, do not get me wrong — with every bikini-clad influencer jetting off on another vacation, the desire to add to cart grows. It is a year-round allure, too, with companies easily targeting summer clientele during warmer months and resort wear clientele during cooler months.
And the global swimsuit market is growing — as are the options. Last year, Euromonitor estimated the global swimwear market at $20.8 billion.
But that does not make the task any less difficult. So, team Sunday Edit is here to help. Scroll on for our favorite suits of the season (including similar options, if that color just is not working for you.) You might luck out and find your go-to swimsuit that will make you feel like your best self.
Drew Carlos, Editor
My Pick: L*Space, Piper Top ($99) and Rosemary Bottom ($88)
L*Space is my must-shop swim brand — I own at least four. But the Piper top is by far my favorite. This style is flattering in all of the right places, and the vibrant colors — everything from white to neon orange — make a statement.
Kate Danilova, Editorial Director
My Pick: Solid & Striped, The Riley ($158)
The color is perfect if you are pale at the start of the summer. And, it compliments your tan. It is easy to swim in, but the high cut and straps make this swimsuit anything but boring.
Mylan Torres, Creative Producer
My Pick: Mara Hoffman, Kia One Piece ($260)
I love this style because it feels like a two-piece but has the support/safety of a one-piece.
Iman Balagam, Junior Writer
My pick: Zimmerman, Allia Floral Swimsuit ($350)
There is something about a floral pattern that makes me want to cut a check right on the spot.
Mellanie Perez, Beauty/Lifestyle Writer
My Pick: Blue Life, Wild Fire One Piece ($194)
One-pieces with cutouts always make me feel like I am embodying the perfect combination of modesty and playfulness. Plus, the vibrant red is sure to look killer with a tan!
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