20 Under-$100 Swimsuits That Look Really Expensive

Cheap and chic.

Now that you've bought the plane ticket and booked the hotel, the last thing you want on your vacation is to spend another small fortune on your swimwear, right? If you're in the market for ones that won't rack up any buyer's remorse, look into these *budget* bathing suits that all fall under $100 (though you'd never guess it).

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You didn't do all those planks to *not* frame your abs with summer's MVP color combo.

Zara, $36, zara.com.


For when you're tired of the skimpy and skimpier game. (Though this is still plenty sexy.)

RVCA top, $49, pacsun.com; bottoms, $39, pacsun.com.

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Because you can't wear track pants to the pool. Or can you? 

H&M top, $18, hm.com; bottoms, $13, hm.com.


Pop on a wrap skirt, and you're good to go (keep drinking margs near a body of water, instead of in it). 

ASOS bikini, $37, asos.com.

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Adore the henley-like details, because it's like long johns if they went south for the winter. 

Out From Under top, $45, urbanoutfitters.com; bottoms, $42, urbanoutfitters.com.



J.Crew top, $40, jcrew.com; bottoms, $30, jcrew.com.

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An interesting botanical print in a family-friendly cut. 

Finery London, $99, finerylondon.com.


The Hervé Leger of swimsuits, which is just on the verge of coming back, according to our Spidey senses. 

Boohoo, $46, boohoo.com.

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All prints every day with this itsy bitsy bikini that wasn't made to blend in.

COS top, $35, cosstores.com; bottoms, $25, cosstores.com.


When you need a little more coverage (or really, just the illusion of a bust), look to an underwire bikini for a subtle boost.

J.Crew top, $40, jcrew.com; bottoms, $20, jcrew.com.

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