four kinds of swimsuits

4 Styles of Swimwear to Be Aware of in Resort-Spring-Summer 2019

Check out the latest trends in bikinis and one pieces in time for this season. And find out where to buy them and for how much!

Swimsuit shopping takes a lot of careful searching, trying on and then discussion with friends, family or a professional shopper. The four latest trends in swimsuits for the Resort-Cruise-Spring-Summer 2019 season are logo, metallic, animal print and choker. To learn more about each product, including where to buy it, click on the link to visit the official web store.

Logo

The street fashion trend extends into one pieces and bikinis. This season there are even more logo swimsuits than there were last year. Why only wear your favorite label in the city streets when you can enjoy it at the beach, in a pool or on a boat as well? You can wear them as tops too.

Valentino

VALENTINO LOGO PRINTED LYCRA BIKINI

Valentino Logo Printed Lycra Bikini ($690)

Gucci

GUCCI LOGO PRINT LYCRA ONE PIECE SWIMSUIT

Gucci Lycra Printed One Piece Swimsuit ($490)

Burberry

BURBERRY Chime classic check triangle top bikini

Burberry Chime Classic Check Triangle Top Bikini ($320)

Versace

VERSACE PRINTED TRIANGLE BRA

Versace Printed Triangle Bra ($275) and Logo Printed Briefs ($225)

Metallic

Metallic is iridescent. Iridescent is holographic. And holographic is the color of the future. This is the type of swimwear that a lady astronaut would wear in space while exploring alien planets and swimming on them. The sleek swimsuits look even shinier when you get them wet.

MISBHV

MISBHV REFLECTIVE ONE PIECE SWIMSUIT

MISBHV Reflective One Piece Swimsuit ($360)

Lisa Marie Fernandez

LISA MARIE FERNANDEZ Alexia ruched metallic bikini

Lisa Marie Fernandez Alexia Ruched Metallic Bikini ($290)

Beth Richards

BETH RICHARDS Kim contrast band bikini

Beth Richards Kim Contrast Band Bikini ($226)

Solid & Striped

Solid & Striped Michelle Metallic Plunge One-Piece Swimsuit

Solid & Striped Michelle Metallic Plunge One-Piece Swimsuit ($160)

Animal Print

Provided you don’t have any feminist objections to women dressing like animals, the animal print bikini is back. The most popular patterns are leopard or cheetah, tiger stripes and snakeskin. They polyester and nylon swimwear is 100% not made out of cute dead animal skin.

Zimmerman

ZIMMERMANN Corsage Safari snake-print belted bikini

Zimmerman Corsage Safari Snake-Print Belted Bikini ($405)

Diane von Furstenberg

DIANE VON FURSTENBERG Morgan cutout leopard-print swimsuit

Diane von Furstenberg Morgan Cutout Leopard-Print Swimsuit ($268)

Moschino

MOSCHINO One-piece swimsuits

Moschino One-Piece Swimsuits ($178)

Les Girls Les Boys

LES GIRLS LES BOYS Leopard-print bikini

Les Girls Les Boys Leopard-Print Bikini ($95)

Choker

The choker swimsuit is a underground trend that hasn’t really hit designer labels yet. Chokers are fashionable, and swimsuits are basically a handful of stretchy material. So it was only a matter of time before somebody designed a matching bikini choker. We may never know who it was.

Yandy

YANDY HIGH WAISTED FLIP SEQUIN SHORTS

Yandy Flip Sequin Choker Top ($35.95) and High Waisted Flip Sequin Shorts ($39.95)

Good Mood

crochet bikini set and white choker in Milky White

Good Mood Milky White Crochet Choker Bikini ($65)

Jaded London

Jaded London X Dolls Kill EYELET CHOKER CUTOUT SWIMSUIT

Jaded London x Dolls Kill Eyelet Choker Cutout Swimsuit (On sale for $30.60)

Zaful

Camo Suspender Two Piece Choker Bikini

Zaful Camo Suspender Two Piece Choker Bikini ($14.07)

Swimming is great fun and a good excuse to get wet wearing as little clothes as possible in public. However we cannot guarantee that all of these designs will stay in one place during strenuous activity such as jumping off the high dive. To learn where to buy each product click on the links.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.