Top Shop Scalloped Swimsuit, $68
By now, I hope you've purchased your swimwear for the season. This is the point when everything is going on sale and styles are sure to run out. Just in case you haven't check out my favorite choices after the jump. For me this year it's all about interesting shapes, patterns and colors and vintage silhouettes. I am loving the clever scalloped trim of this Topshop suit in classic black and white.
High-Waisted Bottom and Similar Top, $42 and $42
I wish I could find this striped top on their site, but it must be sold out. Urban Outfitters has done a nice job of making suggestions on the many ways you can mix and match this top and bottom. The high waist and bralette top really make for an interesting silhouette — one that is sure to not be copied by many on the beach this season. I may just wait for the bottoms to go on sale to mix and match with my tops for next year.
J.Crew Factory Anchor Top and bottom, $19.50 and $29.50
I just love the playful anchor pattern on this bikini set. For anyone headed to the east coast or even down south for your vacation this summer, this will strike that perfect nautical vibe. And the bikini top has great coverage while still showing a little skin.
Target Bandeau Top and Bottom, $19.99 and $17.99
I got this bikini top and bottom in this exact color and I can't help but feel like a mermaid in it. It might have something to do with my hair color, which really pairs well with this color. I bought a similar hue in purple last summer and I really like the pastel thing I have going on. Pastels are great to pair with basic colors such as navy or with other pastels and bright patterns. This suit will be great to mix and match.
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