What To Wear

One-Piece Swimwear for Spring Break

Time for a spring break! Whether you’re heading for a pool in Palm Springs or to the beaches of Miami, one thing’s for sure…you need a swimsuit. And we are particularly fond of the one-piece, given how comfortable and versatile the style is—you can make like it’s a bodysuit and toss on a pair of shorts or a skirt to zip over to lunch or happy hour.

Here are five on-trend one-pieces, that are ready for some fun in the sun.

SUBOO Zanzibar Belted One Piece, $220: The belt on this one-piece not only helps to create the illusion of a cinched in waist, but also lends to a polished look. For those who want to show a little more skin, the plunging neckline will help to work on your tan (line).


ROXY POP Surf Long Sleeve UPF 50 One-Piece Swimsuit, $120: Long sleeve swimwear is super trendy. Loving that the fabric of this one-piece provides sun protection (it has UPF or ultraviolet protection factor) and there is also a cool neon zipper up the back.


Billabong Sincerely Jules Dos Palmas One Piece Swim, $120: The ruffle detail on the straps is sweet and feminine…in contrast to the minimal bottom coverage, which is downright cheeky (literally).

Verdelimon Fiji, $323: Our version of the itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot one-piece, comes with a figure-flattering cut-out above the tummy. Yellow also seems to be the hue du jour right now.

Something Navy Low Back One-Piece Swimsuit, $110: Tie-dye is one of spring’s hottest prints. The psychedelic pattern is popping up on all of our wardrobe staples, including swimwear.

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