Adorable and affordable swimsuits

Kiss Print One-Piece

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There's no reason to drop tons of cash to look cute poolside! These cheap swimsuits (each piece under $30!) are the ultimate summer steals.

Graphic One-Piece Suit

Kiss Print One-Piece, $23,

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Hobie Sublimated Scene Bikini

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Beach Scene Bikini

Hobie Sublimated Scene Tall Triangle Top, $29.50,

Hobie Sublimated Scene Bikini Bottom, $29.50,

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Reethi Galaxy Print Triangle Bikini

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Galaxy Print Swimsuit

Reethi Galaxy Print Triangle Bikini, $28,

Push-Up Bandeau Top

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Bandeau Bikini

Push-Up Bandeau Top and Ruched Low-Rise Hipkini Bottom, $28.50 and $18.50,

Shimmer Sequin Bikini

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Neon Sequin Bikini

Shimmer Sequin Bikini Top, $15,

Shimmer Tie-Side Bikini Bottom, $13,

Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser

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Curly Sue Bikini in Black Swiss Dots, $27,

Xhilaration Junior's Polka Dot Monokini

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Polka Dot Monokini

Xhilaration Junior's Polka Dot Monokini, $20,

Bandage-Style Bikini from H&M

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H&M Bandage-Style Bikini

Bikini Top, $18,

Bikini Bottoms, $13,

Bioré Acne Clearing Scrub

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Crochet Swimsuit

Crochet Bandeau and Crochet Ruched Hipster, $29.50 and $24.50,

Love Lucy Bikini

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Blue Polka Dottted Bandeau

Love Lucy Bikini Top, $17.50,

Love Lucy Bikini Brief, $17.50,

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