Splash Into Summer With These Swimsuit Looks for Less
Stylist Sydney Sadick highlights several fashionable beach looks for less!
Have you been swimsuit shopping lately? They cost a fortune! But we found some places where you can get your beach look for less.
If you're planning on being poolside this summer, why not consider a bikini while you do? The price tag for this one is only $21.
Go for the gold with a classic metallic one piece. Fashion expert Sydney Sadick says, "Metallic is one trend that we never see go out of style." This swimsuit costs $24.
This gingham two piece offers tummy control and has a price tag of $35.99. “Definitely a nod to the past, but really sexy and sophisticated with a high-waisted silhouette,” Sadick says.
Strapless is always in style. "If you're really looking to bring sexy back this summer, this is the piece to do it with,” Sadick says. Out of the water, you can pair it with a sarong. It’s only $20 on Amazon.
You can never go wrong with a black one piece. “I love the color, I love the fabric, I love that this is adjustable on the side,” the model says. The price is $35.
Hot pink for a hot day at the pool. At $29, this one piece with a cutout won’t break the bank. “You can even double up this swimsuit as a bodysuit, so you'll get a little extra wear out of your buck,” Sadick says.
And don't forget the tankini — a steal at $35. “The top also has a tummy control element in it, which is really great, so you're kind of getting that Spanx effect,” Sadick says.
Watch the video above to get an idea of how the swimsuits look.
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