By now, you probably have a sexy swimsuit for your summer swims and sunbathing. But there’s one hot new swimsuit style you might not have yet. If you’ve been scrolling through Instagram, there’s a good chance you’ve spotted it: the smocked swimsuit. And whether it’s a showy bikini, a demure one-piece, or something in between, the smocked swimsuit is the one. Just check out these 10 flattering styles.

Zhilaration Women’s Smocked Bandeau Bikini Top 

Price: $19.99

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Red Carter Ipanema Smocked Off-The-Shoulder Bikini Top in Red

Price: $96.00

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Frigirl Colorful Zigzag Smocked Bikini in White

Price: $28.44

Source: www.frigirl.com

Reformation Greta Bikini Top / Bottom in Red Gingham

Price: $68.00

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Red Carter Smocked Off Shoulder One Piece Swimsuit 

Price: $75.00

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Salinas Isa Ambra Off-The-Shoulder One-Piece Swimsuit in Black Motif

Price: $253.00

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J.Crew Smocked One-Piece Swimsuit in Belvedere Red

Price: $128.00

Source: www.jcrew.com

Red Carter In Stitches Smocked Bandeau Bikini Top / Bottom in Navy

Price: $110.00

Source: www.anthropologie.com

Forever 21 Smocked Bandeau Bikini Top in Red Multi

Price: $12.53

Source: www.lyst.co.uk

Ted Baker Smocked Bardot Bikini Top in Bright Blue

Price: $109.00

Source: www.shop.nordstrom.com

On Wednesday, President Trump signed an executive order to end the separation of children and parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. While this step will prevent families from being torn apart in the future, it does little for the children who have already been taken away. As of now, over 2,300 children are separated from their parents, and some of them are infants as young as three months old. For the state of Michigan, this poses a serious problem.

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President Donald Trump signed an executive order ending the separation of children and their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, but it is unclear how and if that will change the current living conditions of those children currently in the facilities throughout Texas. Activists who have visited these places describe the treatment of immigrant children as both neglectful and criminal action. 

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