Clever cut-outs and lingerie-inspired details make for a sultry selection
Though lace can look tacky, this one’s luxe. Why? Simple tank styling, dense embroi-dery and the opaque nude underlayer. Sizes up to XL.
OMO Norma Kamali, $385; normakamali.com
We’re not naming names, but this lively print is designer quality (the details, the color combo) at a fraction of the cost.
H&M, $15; hm.com for stores.
The cut and tonality are universally flattering.
Sauipe Swimwear, $425; shopsauipe.com.
Turquoise accents on a white bikini? Too Housewives of Beverly Hills. On subtly textured mocha? Lovely.
Gossip Collection, $74; gossipswim.com.
The hook-and-eye detailing is pure underpinning; the fish-scale damask is pure genius.
Lilibon, $276; lilibonswimwear.com.
Support and coverage on both top and bottom in the designer’s signature color weave. We’re in love.
Missoni, $465; 212-517-9339.
The snakeskin pattern puts the novelty in animal print, softened here by the seaside hues.
Eberjey, $158; eberjey.com.
The earthy tribal print is wearable and very hot this season, with a front peephole that shows just enough.
Vitamin A, $159; mollybrownsswimwear.com.
It bears repeating: In ruching we trust. The neutral color will look great with any printed topper.
Melissa Odabash, $227; opheliaswimwear.com.
Side cutouts are übersexy but require an hourglass shape for best effect.
Orchid Label, $90; theorchidboutique.com.
So gorgeous, you might as well skip the cover-up.
A.CHE Swimwear, $178; acheswimwear.com.
There are plunge pools and plunging necklines. We like both.
KORE SWIM, $234; koreswim.com.
What are you paying for? Phenomenal fit and fabric.
Eres, $465; 888-656-3737.
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