The sun is out, so it’s definitely time to start lounging out by the pool! Hanging out by the water means that you’re going to need some new swimsuits to soak up the sun in. Look and feel your best this summer with stylish and trendy bathing suits that don’t break the bank.
Here are stores to shop for affordable & trendy swimwear.
ASOS gives you the confidence to be whoever you want to be. It offers more than 30 sizes and is continuously committed to providing all sizes at the same price. Check out the swimwear section for name-brand items as well as ASOS branded pieces in a variety of colours and styles.
For extremely affordable prices and designs, H&M is the place to go. The brand offers all of the basics that you could dream of to suit everyone’s personal style.
I’m sure you’re quite familiar with this Canadian company, Dynamite. This awesome women’s brand has a variety of clothing for every occasion, as well as chic swimsuit pieces. Go check out its sister store, Garage, as well to upgrade your swim collection!
In addition to its selection of wardrobe staples, Joe Fresh also has such an affordable swimwear line. Build a stylish poolside closet with tankinis, one-pieces, bikinis, and cover-ups.
Specializing in making apparel that brings out your confidence, Aerie has a ton of great bathing suits for you to enjoy the sun! Plus, the suits are made out of recycled nylon, so you can look and feel good about what you’re wearing.
Hit up Old Navy for quality basics as well as swimwear the next time you’re planning on your (virtual) shopping trip. Think bright florals, fun design details, and colourful patterns in affordable bather pieces.
If you’re searching for those major trendy swimsuits, then Ardene is just for you! All of the items are under $30, so you’re sure getting an awesome deal.
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