The Hottest Swimsuit Trends

Swimsuit trends for this season are certainly HOT! With an array of styles and colors, you can rock your swimsuit beachside or poolside. We’re here to give you a head start on shopping for your summer wardrobe or summer vacay. Make sure to keep an eye out for the hottest swimsuit trends for 2018!

Off-The-Shoulder Trend

off-the-shoulder swimsuit trends
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Just like your homecoming and prom dresses, the off-the-shoulder trend is making its way through summer. Found in both one-pieces and bikinis, you can find a color and style that fits your personality. Either way, your chest and neck will be bare, which allows you to add fun accessories. Try your favorite pair of designer shades, a small necklace, or floppy hat!

Cold Shoulder Trend

cold shoulder swimsuit trends
Photo Credit: Twinkle Deals / Faviana Style S10087

Similar to the off-the-shoulder trend is the cold shoulder. This isn’t strapless and has two pairs of sleeves. That way, you can still have sleeves on your shoulders, along with straps to keep your top in place. This is more popular in bikini styles and gives you the freedom of participating in physical activities without any worries.

Cutout Swimsuit Trends

cutout swimsuit trends
Photo Credit: American Eagle / Faviana Style S10029

Another swimsuit trend is cutouts. This is mostly seen with one piece bathing suits, giving them more style and something to them. Find swimsuits with a cutout back, sides, or front – the choice is yours! You can even add a belt to your one piece for the ultimate chic look, another trend we’ve been seeing around.

Cuff & Choker Trend

choker swimsuit trends
Photo Credit: Ali Express / Faviana Style 10037

Still, if you’re looking for an off-the-shoulder style that’s strapless, then look no further. We see the cuffed sleeve trend on this season’s dresses and tops, so it’s certainly a popular choice. This option is tighter fitting, having short sleeves wrapped around the top of your arm. You’ll certainly make a statement, especially if it’s paired with a matching choker around your neck!

Floral Swimsuit Trends

floral swimsuit trends
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You were flowing with florals at prom, so why not at the beach? Floral swimsuits are in this season and fit perfectly with the summer atmosphere. Find a one piece or tops and bottoms with a flower design of your choice. Bonus points if you find a high-waisted bathing suit like above, for that’s another huge trend seen everywhere.

High-Neck Swimsuit Trends

high-neck swimsuit trends
Photo Credit: Stella Dolls / Faviana Style 10086

The last swimsuit trend on our radar is the high-neck. This style coincides with the halter, having fabric cover your entire chest and around your neck. This will definitely help protect your skin from the sun while adding a more fashionable look to the original bathing suit style. Look for high-neck swimsuits in your favorite color to stand out and shine this season!

Show us how you rock the hottest swimsuit trends by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs!

xoxo,

Gina

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Gina Gargiulo

Marketing Assistant

Gina Gargiulo is an aspiring writer and alumni of the Fashion Institute of Technology. She enjoys that she can take her life-long passions of fashion and beauty and combine it with another love of hers, writing. She has many high dreams she's determined to achieve, while hoping to influence others along the way.

9 Comments
  1. A cheongsam of black gauze, the sleeves of which are wrapped tightly around the arms are long over the elbows, and the train is long up to the ankles. The strange quiet contrast of the long slender figure.

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