Hottest bathing suit trends

Glamour

Feast your eyes on these top trends in swimwear. There's something here for every woman!

Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The Sporty Suit

The new ones are athletic yet sexy. Nice trick!

DKNY Colorblock High Neck One Piece Swimsuit

($108, lordandtaylor.com)

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Swimsuit Trend:
The Sporty Suit

Kenneth Cole New York

($105, select Macy’s stores, 800-343-0121)

Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The Sporty Suit

Basta Surf Nosara Color Block One Piece

($180, piperlime.com)

Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The Retro Suit

These pinup-worthy pieces celebrate curves.

Beach Blanket Bingo One Piece in Red, by Esther Williams Swimwear

($90, modcloth.com)

Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The Retro Suit

Dandy Slimming Bandeau Swim Dress by Athena

($109, swimspot.com)


Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The Retro Suit

Polka-Dot One-Piece Swimdress by Juicy Couture

($190, neimanmarcus.com)



Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The Boho Suit

Their cute ties adjust to fit your shape.

Old Navy top ($15) and bottom ($15, oldnavy.com)

Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The Boho Suit

Vitamin A by Amahlia Stevens, Cosmo Deluxe Triangle Top and bottom

Top ($86) and bottom ($82, piperlime.com)

Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The Low-Cut Leg

Reasons to love this swimsuit style:

1. Covers your bottom—some of us want that!
2. Smoothes out lumps like magic.
3. Won’t ride up, ever! Bodysurf away.
4. We love the fifties style! Try it with a crop top, canvas sneakers, and a lightweight cardigan.

Marc by Marc Jacobs, Where's My Toucan Ruffled Bikini

Top ($94) and bottom ($98, neimanmarcus.com)

Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The High-Cut Leg

Reasons to love this swimsuit style:

1. Elongates your legs
2. …and makes them look toned.
3. Helps create curves.
4. Guys love ‘em. (Covering up just mystifies men.) Try it with dangly earrings and a sarong or high-waist shorts.

American Apparel Barcelona Stripe Tricot One-Piece

American Apparel ($48, americanapparel.net)

Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend:
The “Hardware” Bikini

Simple metal adornments can really glam up a swimsuit.

Hardware Grecian Top with Matching Brief

1 Sol Swim ($135, 1solswim.com)

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Photo: Cathy Crawford

Swimsuit Trend: The “Hardware” Bikini

So De Mel Swim
($185, 805-969-2955)










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