Breaking news: A textured two-piece is the must-have swimsuit of summer 2020. Forget your bland black summer swimwear. This season is all about the details, and a crochet bikini will add an intriguing twist to any towel-lounging look. With so many bohemian-chic styles to choose from, you'll look and feel like a Mediterranean beach babe. How to wear it, you ask? Well, you can pair a crochet bikini with your favorite summertime accessories, or you can let this little knit number be the star of the show—it'll shine on its own. Either way, with options ranging from bold hues to playful patterns, you're sure to find a crochet bikini you'll want to weave into your wardrobe in this selection.
Partaking in one of this season's biggest trends does not have to stop on land. We all know that the '70s are back in a big way, and you can pay homage to the iconic era with this '70s inspired paisley print crochet bikini. To complete your vintage vibes, add oversized sunglasses, a matching headscarf, and some bold gold jewelry.
People will be green with envy when they see you in this intricate suit. Australian brand She Made Me knows their way around crochet swimwear—each piece is gorgeous and hand-made to perfection.
Don't feel like baring all? Try this Montce bikini set. This pin-up inspired style was designed to create the illusion of the perfect hourglass figure. It proves you don't need to wear a string bikini to look sexy.
Swimsuits For All is an amazing brand that focuses on fit without sacrificing style. This fully lined bikini features gorgeous crochet detailing and the top has built-in wire free cups. There is also an option to mix and match your top and bottom sizes to make sure you find your perfect suit.
Hello, flower power! Go full boho in this playful petal suit. The key to your perfect summer Instagram is right here.
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Nobody does knit like Missoni. This bright suit featuring the brand's iconic zig zag print will pop against your summertime glow. Complete your vacation-ready look with a matching turban and sarong.
A version of this story appears in the May 2020 issue of Marie Claire.