Here's How to Shop Summer's 8 Biggest Swimwear Trends for Under $70

First up on the sartorial agenda this summer: swimwear. Whether you're looking for a chic bikini or stylish one-piece, there are plenty of seriously chic swim trends, styles, and silhouettes trending right now to get us into the summertime spirit.

We know swimwear can get pricey these days (with some suits costing up to $400) but there's no question that you can still look stylish without spending a fortune. Today, we’re honing in on the more affordable swim options if you’re looking for something trendy and cool that won't cost you your entire paycheck.

Below, I'm rounding up this summer's biggest swimwear trends all under $70. From belted swimwear to textured bikinis, read on to shop the eight biggest swimwear trends of summer.

Animal Print

Animal-print swimsuits continue to be massively popular this summer. Whether you opt for a zebra-print bikini or leopard-print one-piece, you're sure to make a chic sartorial statement.

Balconette

Underwire bra-style bikini's and swimsuits are trending hard this season, adding a sophisticated retro touch (and an extra ounce of support). 

Embrace the free-spirited tie-dye trend this summer that has been all over our feeds lately. Luckily, there are plenty of fun and affordable options to take on the trend in style.

Textured Fabrics

From smocked to ribbed, seersucker to crinkled—when it comes to fabrics, it's all about sensory textures this summer. 

Belted

There is a certain elegance and sophistication that a belted bikini or swimsuit exudes—not to mention they're ultra-flattering. 

Classic, chic, and sophisticated, timeless polka dots are a print that will never go out of style.

Floss Bikinis

Loved by celebs and fashion girls alike, floss bikinis (aka bikinis with thin straps crisscrossing around the body) are trending this summer in all colors and varieties.

Retro Florals

There's nothing more charming than a floral-print swimsuit, and this season's iterations lean into the 1970s wallpaper prints we saw all over the runways. 

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