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By Solana Hawkenson

Swimsuit styles like one-pieces, high necklines, and cleavage-covering flounce tops, all usually thought of as leaning toward the conservative side, have been revamped as the hottest swim trends of this vacation season. You can count on lace-up details, strappy cut-outs, and tropical prints to give your swimsuit extra wow factor, whether you’re on the sand or in the pool.

Not Your Mama’s One Piece
These attention-grabbing one pieces are anything but modest. You may end up with weird tan lines after wearing one, but when you look this fabulous, who cares?

Kara Colletto One Piece Monokini Halter, $311 at
Venus Strappy Back One Piece, $92 at
River Island Embellished Plunge Swimsuit, $65 at

The High Life
Bikini tops with high neck lines are perfect for wearing to more active beachside activities, like sand volleyball and surfing. Strappy sides and crochet details add interest to the extra material.

Aerie Hi Neck Crop Bikini Top, $34.95 at
Peruvian Palm Haute Tank, $88, and Sandy Bottom, $75, at
Kenneth Cole New York ‘Stompin’ Crossback High Neck Bikini Top, $61, and ‘Stompin’ Strappy Bikini Bottoms, $59, at

Flutter By
Flutter style tops, also called flounce style, are perhaps the most adorable swim top style. Pair a flutter top with a bottom that has strappy sides or a cheeky fit for a look that’s totally flirtatious.

Gianni Bini Tropic Floral Asymetrical Flutter Top, $61, and Side Tab Bottom, $51, at
Express White Ruffle Sweetheart Bandeau Swim Top and Floral Print Ruffle Cheeky Swim Bottom, each $34.90 at
Arizona Charmer Striped Flounce Bralette Swim Top and Strappy Hipster Swim Bottoms, both $32 at / Issue 182 - September 2018
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