Shopping 10 bathing suits worth wearing this summer Here are all of the latest trends you can wear to strut your stuff down the shore. By Jennifer Zeleski June 5, 2019 Metallic Stripe High Neck Tankini, $84; Becca by Rebecca Virtue. Nothing beats a great high-neck tankini. This modern fabric and comfortable design will keep you looking stylish and feeling comfortable throughout the season. Grafton Check Swim Trunks, $260; Burberry. Classy throughout the summer is the way to go with these Burberry trunks. Palace Blue Cabana Stripe Capri One Piece Swimsuit, $195; Onia x WeWoreWhat. The stripes of summer make this one-piece suit hard to miss and hard to live without. 6” stretch swim trunk in maze print, $70; J.Crew. A simple print can spice up any pair of swim trunks. This shorter pair will be a go-to all the way to Labor Day. Scallop Triangle Bikini Top, $49; Chelsea28. Scalloped edges add a bit of extra style and simplicity to this bikini, perfect for all-day wear or just an evening dip in the pool. Commission Short Swim 9”, $88; lululemon. Planning to go swimming after a day full of plans? These trunks look like well-tailored shorts and are perfect for wearing with the possibility of hopping (or being thrown) into the pool. Women’s Nanogrip Nireta Bikini Top, $75; Patagonia. When heading out to surf, any old bathing suit top just won’t do. Grab this stay-put top that’s supportive, full-coverage and (almost) slip-proof. Guana Floral Chappy Trunks, $90; Vineyard Vines. Festive floral patterns are in, and these swim trunks should be the first pair packed for vacation. Second Wave Retro High-Waisted Bikini Bottom in Terrazzo, $45; Madewell. High-waisted bathing suit bottoms are back and better than ever. Paired with the matching top, this bikini will have you feeling the retro vibes all summer long. Star and Stripe Swim Trunk, $70; Tommy Hilfiger. Celebrating your red, white and blue doesn’t have to start and stop with the firework-worthy holidays. Wear these trunks to be patriotic throughout the season.