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With the weather warming up by the day, we may be sat at our desks but our minds are well and truly at the beach. Along with sandals, beach towels, and sunglasses, at the top of our vacation shopping list right now is the bathing suit.

The new season has delivered when it comes to steezy swimwear for women, rendering the wave-beaten bikinis of last summer as less than ideal. And, when it comes to swimwear, the more options you have, the better. You might have caught our recent coverage of a particular Kim Kardashian-endorsed Chanel grail available for rental in Los Angeles, but, for a more permanent addition to your poolside wardrobe, here we’ve selected the one and two-pieces that are really making a splash.

From Burberry, we’re eyeing up a bikini in its signature check print for classically fashion-forward sunshine vibes, while OFF-WHITE is keeping things sporty with its activewear-inspired two-piece.

More provocative designs come care of luxury lingerie brand Agent Provocateur, whose swimsuit features cutouts, mesh panels, and a number of straps, while those who have set their heart on a vintage classic can opt for an orange Gucci one-piece from Tom Ford’s 1997 collection, or a 1998 Fendi monogram-printed bikini.

Ready to really turn heads this summer? Peep all of our picks here.

Shanice One-Piece Swimsuit

Marieyat

$35

Logo Bikini Set

Palm Angels

$275

Chime Сlassic Сheck Triangle Top Bikini

Burberry

$273

Monogram Swimsuit

MISBHV

$252

Lopez Mesh-paneled Cutout Swimsuit

Agent Provocateur

$445

Logo One Piece

Gucci

$470

Zucca Bikini

Fendi

$610

Active Sporty Bikini

Off-White™

$646

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  • Curated by: Yulia Pankova
Shopping Writer
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