Bodysuits are a hot trend this year and that’s one reason why we love these seven flirty swimsuits. They double as sexy beachwear and your day or night look, too. Just slip over a pair of jeans, cut off shorts, or a flowy skirt and you’ve got yourself a beachy street look. But you’ll want to hurry – the sale ends this weekend!

Lauren Ralph Lauren Tummy-Control Underwire Ruffled One-Piece Swimsuit in Black

Price: $83.99


A ruched one-piece suit that’s flattering and forgiving. Get full support for both bust and tummy thanks to underwriting and a comfortable control panel. 

Becca Siren Plunging One-Piece Swimsuit in White

Price: $85.99


Take a peek at this sexy number. This swimsuit features a plunging neckline, balanced off with eyelet accents and an open back.

Bleu by Rod Beattie Ruffle Bandeau Tankini Top & Bottom in Red

Price: $36.99 – $89.00


The contrasting ruffle detailing makes this a fun and playful two-piece set. If you want to mix and match, find this style in three other colors.  

Profile by Gotten Gala Tummy-Control Off-The-Shoulder One-Piece Swimsuit in Black/White

Price: $88.99


Channel your inner Bardot with this black one-piece. The flounced white ruffle top makes a darling statement for your next poolside party. 

Anne Cole Twist-Front Bandeau One-Piece Swimsuit in Berry

Price: $60.99


Like things simple? This flattering suit is for you. Plus, it’s available in five cool colors, so you can wear the color that shows off your skin tone best

Becca Captured Lace Tankini Top & Hipster Bikini Bottoms in White

Price: $36.99 – $57.99


Lacy details make this simple two-piece one attractive set. Also available in black and plum if you prefer darker swimsuits. 

Kenneth Cole Touch Luxe Crochet Bandeau One-Piece Swimsuit in Black

Price: $61.99


Turn up the heat with this contemporary swimsuit. A classic style gets a modern twist with sheer crochet angles. Wear it in black or bright aqua. 

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