The Most Influential Fashion People Can't Stop Wearing These 7 Swim Trends

Now that we're in the heart of summer, swimsuit season is in full swing. And there are plenty of cool trends to know about—whether you have a personal pool to escape to, a patch of grass in your backyard, or a bikini top to style with your favorite pair of trousers in your living room. Trust me—I've been experimenting with that last one.

So, where have I been finding inspiration? I've been looking to some of the most stylish celebrities and fashion people to see which swimsuits trends they're getting behind this year. The consensus? Their wardrobes are filled with fun colors, retro silhouettes, buzzy trends, and all-around cool pieces that are influencing me to add some new styles into my summer wardrobe. Ahead, I'm highlighting seven key summer swimsuit trends to know about. Shop my edit of the best new pieces to add to your closet.


Best swim trends: tie-dye



You've probably already done a DIY to tie-dye your sweatpants, but this is the summer version you'll want to try out right away.

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Pastel One-Pieces

One-pieces seem to get reinvented each summer. This time around, we're seeing cheery pastel colors that are instant mood-boosters.

Mermaid Swimsuits

One of the defining swimsuit trends this summer? Mermaid swimsuits. With shell-like silhouettes and pretty ruching, this is certainly one of the prettiest swimsuit trends this summer.

Floral Prints

From tropical prints inspired by the Amazon to prints inspired by vintage editorials, florals are suddenly everywhere. Add a bucket hat like Kendall Jenner and you have the perfect beach look.


Best swim trends: ribbing



We're seeing lots of swimsuits with cool, textured ribbing. The sporty material is the ultimate throwback for anyone looking for a retro-inspired piece.

Ring Details

Best swim trends: ring details



Speaking of retro inspiration, here's another one. These swimsuits with ring details are like a glimpse into what people were wearing on the French Riviera in the 1960s.


Perhaps one of my personal favorites? Sparkly swimsuits. I love a subtle nod to glamour and that is exactly what you get here.