Cutest swimsuits of the season, all under $50

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Underwire Retro Balconet Top and hipster

(Photo: delias.com)

You may not be ready to hit the beach quite yet, but now is the perfect time to start hunting for swimsuits. We found 21 styles so affordable you'll be able to book a tropical getaway on which to wear it.



An itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny yellow polka-dot bikini. In real life.

Underwire Retro Balconet Top and hipster,
each $24.50, delias.com














Navy floral bow balconette bikini

(Photo: dorothyperkins.com)

Roses are a fun, '60s-ish take on florals.

Navy floral bow balconette bikini top, $25, dorothyperkins.com and Navy floral tanga bikini bottoms, $15, dorothyperkins.com



(See also: Colorful spring dresses $30 and under)










Women's Cami Swimsuits

(Photo: oldnavy.com)

A classic black one-piece will never go out of style.

Women's Cami Swimsuits, $37, oldnavy.com















Beach Sexy Bandeau Top in Leopard

(Photo: victoriassecret.com)

Leopard isn't too much in a simple silhouette.

Beach Sexy Bandeau Top in Leopard, $26.50, victoriassecret.com and matching bottom, $20.50, victoriassecret.com













Mudd Chevron Macrame Bikini

(Photo: kohls.com)

Punky in best way possible.

Mudd Chevron Macrame Bikini Top, $18.99, kohls.com and Scoop Bottoms, $18.99, kohls.com














American Flag Print Bikini Top and Briefs

(Photo: gojane.com )

Not just for the Fourth of July!

American Flag Print Bikini Top and Briefs, each $15, gojane.com















Mossimo Women's Mix and Match Dot Push-Up Swim Top in Cirque

(Photo: target.com)

Thick straps add extra support—and just the right amount of cleavage.

Mossimo Women's Mix and Match Dot Push-Up Swim Top in Cirque, $19.99, target.com and matching Skirtini, $19.99, target.com













Xhilaration Junior's Beaded Bikini Top

(Photo: target.com)

Wear it under a flowy white caftan.

Xhilaration Junior's Beaded Bikini Top, $19.99,target.com and bottom, $17.99, target.com
















Stripe Nylon Criss-Cross Bikini Top and Flat Bikini Botto

(Photo: americanapparel.com )

A mod take on seersucker.

Stripe Nylon Criss-Cross Bikini Top and Flat Bikini Bottom, each $28, americanapparel.com















Tropical Ruffle Bandeau Bikini Top

(Photo: forever21.com )

Tropical prints are so much fun.

Tropical Ruffle Bandeau Bikini Top, $13.80, forever21.com and High-Waisted Bikini Bottoms, $14.80, forever21.com














Xhilaration Junior's Crochet 2-Piece Bikini Swimsuit

(Photo: target.com)

Trip to Turks and Caicos not included.

Xhilaration Junior's Crochet 2-Piece Bikini Swimsuit, Top, 17.99, bottom, 14.99, target.com













Clean Water Women's One Shoulder 1-Piece Swimsuit

(Photo: kensington.com)

A single-shouldered one-piece is unexpectedly sexy.

Clean Water Women's One Shoulder 1-Piece Swimsuit, $39.99. target.com












The Malibu Swimsuit

(Photo: americanapparel.com)

You don't have to be Pam Anderson to pull this one off.

The Malibu Swimsuit, $42, americanapparel.com


















H & M Bikini

(Photo: H & M)

So sporty. So sexy. So good.

Bikini top, $17.95, hm.com and bottom, $12.95, hm.com















Jaclyn Smith Leaf & Leopard Print Women's Swim Suit

(Photo: kmart.com )

The demure shape is the perfect backdrop for such a wild print.

Jaclyn Smith Leaf & Leopard Print Women's Swim Suit, $39.99, kmart.com


















River Island Umbrella Print Frill Trim Bandeau Bikini Top

(Photo: asos.com)

A deep V makes this printed bandeau a little sexier.

River Island Umbrella Print Frill Trim Bandeau Bikini Top, $17.80 and Briefs, $11.87, asos.com















Clean Water Women's Floral Tankini Swim Top in Pink

(Photo: target.com)

Print perfection.

Clean Water Women's Floral Tankini Swim Top in Pink, $26, target.com and bottom, $18, target.com















Arizona Twin-Print Reversible Swim Halter

(Photo: jcpenney.com)

It's like two bikinis in one—pink and navy on one side, white and navy on the other.

Arizona Twin-Print Reversible Swim Halter, jcpenney.com and bikini bottoms, $15 each, jcpenney.com












Xhilaration Junior's 2-Piece Swimsuit in Blue

(Photo: target.com)

We love the sweet cut-out accents.

Xhilaration Junior's 2-Piece Swimsuit in Blue, $34.98, target.com
















Bow-Tie Halter Tankini Top

(Photo: oldnavy.com)

We'd wear this sweet lilac suit with gold sandals.

Bow-Tie Halter Tankini Top, $20, oldnavy.com and bikini bottoms, $15, oldnavy.com
















Underwire One-Piece

(Photo: alloyapparel.com)

There's something so '90s about an underwire one-piece. In a good way.

Underwire One-Piece, $27.90, alloyapparel.com











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