I Own Over 90 Bikinis, and These Are the Ones I Wear the Most – M & S
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I Own Over 90 Bikinis, and These Are the Ones I Wear the Most

Swimwear

I’ve shared a variety of swim-related stories, from the brands I always recommend to my friends and the cute $16 bikinis I found on Amazon to the number one swim brand celebrities are wearing this summer and the swimwear trend that weirdly makes me feel super “rich,” to name a few of my favorites. To add to your editor-approved swimsuit shopping list, today I’m sharing the rotating set of bikinis I wear on repeat.

There are certain details that I look for in a swimsuit, and each of these styles has earned a special spot in my summer rotation this year. I’ll be the first to admit I own a ridiculous amount of swimsuits, so a style really has to earn my approval to gain wear time in my pool-hopping world. Whether I’m lounging in the sun in Los Angeles or practicing my best “Barbie feet” pose on vacation in Greece, these are the select bikinis (and a couple one-pieces) that I trust and wear the most. Shop the bikinis I’m posting about and wearing the most this summer below.

I've had my eye on the London-based swimwear brand Hunza G ever since it debuted the two-piece ruffled set (which I also own). I finally got my hands on this bandeau-style top, and it's become my go-to when I want to focus on suntanning for the day. 
Available in one size.
I first saw this Tularosa swimsuit on Revolve's PR manager, Simone, and immediately added it to my shopping cart. It's insanely flattering and the color-blocking detail gives the illusion of an itty-bitty waist. 
Available in sizes XXS to XL.
We introduced you to this Italian-based brand earlier this summer, and since then retailers like Farfetch and Net-a-Porter have picked up the eye-catching swimwear line. 
Available in size L.
I'm sure you've seen this swimwear trend on your Instagram feed. I'm a fan and early adopter of the chain-belt-and-bikini look. As for the bikini bottoms I'm wearing, I own the style in two colors from Reina Olga. She makes the perfect cheeky bottoms, in my opinion. 
Available in one size.
I'll admit I was saving this blue-and-white bikini for the perfect Santorini occasion. Two things to note: The straps are adjustable, and the bottoms are very low. 
Available in sizes S to XL.
Okay, so this isn't a bikini, but it still deserves a shout-out. The thing I like about this Static Swimwear one-piece is the deep-V neckline and the low-cut back. 
Available in sizes XS to L. 
As I've mentioned before, Monica Hansen is the unexpected bikini brand that I've worn the most this summer. If you're into the loincloth trend, I highly suggest the California Dreaming string bottoms. 
Available in sizes XS to XL.
The celeb-approved brand Sommer Swim is known for minimalistic silhouettes and classic colors and prints like the below leopard number.  
Available in sizes XS to L.
Available in sizes XS to L.
I discovered this up-and-coming swim brand thanks to a DM on Instagram. I was looking for more string bikinis to add to my collection and fell hard for this fruit-print one. 
Available in sizes XS to L.
This particular bikini is no longer available at Aerie, but the high-rise bikini-bottom style is my go-to whenever I'm feeling a tad bloated. Plus, the brand offers extremely affordable options. 
Available in sizes XS to L.
As I pointed out last week, this particular style made me feel super "rich" when I wore it. 
Available in size L.
Here's another bikini from Oseree that I've been living in this summer. I particularly like the scoop neck and ultra-thin straps. 
Available in sizes S to L.
If you're looking for a simple bikini made from quality Italian materials, I can't recommend this Monica Hansen Beachwear one enough. 
Available in sizes S to L.
Available in sizes S to L.
My favorite thing to do is wear this black bikini top to the beach and then style it with high-rise shorts for a post-beach look. 
Available in sizes XS to L. Up next, see the barely there bikini trend celebs are wearing this summer. 


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