Ultimate bikini guide to spring break

Lucky Magazine

Getting ready for a spring break getaway? Don't forget to stuff your suitcase with one, two or more of these awesomely adorable bikinis. Whether you want to spend less than $50 or shell out on a super-luxe two-piece, you're sure to find a suit to, well, suit you.

Courtesy of topshop.com

Like the crazy Hawaiian shirts your dad likes to wear—but decidedly less goofy.

 

Topshop Hibiscus Bandeau and Big Pant Bikini Set,
$60, topshop.com

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A sporty two-piece that takes the color-blocking trend poolside.

 

VPL Malaga Mesh-trimmed bikini top,
$125, net-a-porter.com, bottoms, $105, net-a-porter.com

Courtesy of roxy.com

A retro-style suit that offers underwire support, too.

 

Roxy Flower Child Strappy Bustier Bikini Top,
Top, $50, roxy.com, bottoms, $40, roxy.com

Courtesy of piperlime.gap.com

The geometric print and unexpected lime hue make this one a knockout.

 

L*Space Graphicana Le Chic Triangle Top,
$70, piperlime.gap.com, bottoms, $68, piperlime.gap.com

Courtesy of bergdorfgoodman.com

From the shrunken cross print to the neon paneling to the semi-reasonable price, we love everything about this bikini.

 

Marc by Marc Jacobs Cleo Mixed-Print Bandeau Top,
$85, bottoms, $85, bergdorfgoodman.com

Courtesy of swell.com

Everyone knows bird prints are in, but don't forget about those fancy flamingoes.

 

Billabong Kellie Bikini Top,
$29.50, swell.com, bottoms, $29.50, swell.com

Courtesy of shoplenouvelles.com

We Are Handsome's photorealistic prints ensure every dip you take will be picture-perfect.

 

We Are Handsome Toco Corset Bikini,
$207, shoplesnouvelles.com


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Mara Hoffman's signature tribal-print bikinis can easily be mixed and matched to create new combos. Collect 'em all!

 

Mara Hoffman V-Wire Two-Piece Bikini,
$194, saksfifthavenue.com

Courtesy of shopbop.com

The ruffled bandeau-cut top is so feminine.

 

Tori Praver Swimwear Hula Bikini Top,
$110, shopbop.com, bottoms, $93, shopbop.com

Courtesy of forever21.com

The apple print is youthful, but not too silly.

 

Forever 21 Apples Bandeau Bikini Top,
$10.80, bottoms, $9.80, forever21.com

Courtesy of madewell.com

Patchwork and polka dots: the perfect marriage.

 

Camilla and Marc Ipanema Bikini,
$195, madewell.com

Courtesy of shopbop.com

Get in on this spring's orange crush.

 

Diane von Furstenberg Delanira Print Bikini Top, $98, shopbop.com, bottoms, $91, shopbop.com

Courtesy of jcrew.com

Finally—Liberty florals you can swim in.

 

J.Crew Liberty Underwire Top in Lodden,
$62, jcrew.com, bottoms, $58, jcrew.com

Courtesy of shopbop.com

If you're willing to spend a bit more, Lisa Marie Fernandez's scuba-inspired swimwear is an editorial favorite.

 

Lisa Marie Fernandez Bikini, $395, shopbop.com

Courtesy of asos.com

Trimmed with cute charms and covered in a retro-looking Coney Island beach scene.

 

Ted Baker Bandeau Bikini Top With Seaside Print,
$69.83, bottoms, $69.83, asos.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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