Introducing the Ultimate One-Stop Shop for Beachwear

Sun worshipers will adore Bikini.com's sexy swimwear and wanderlust-inducing blog.

Mikoh Durban One Piece, $202; Maryisia Peony Pink Antibes Scallop Top, $130; and Bottom, $130
Mikoh Durban One Piece, $202; Maryisia Peony Pink Antibes Scallop Top, $130; and Bottom, $130
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Unless you're lucky enough to live in a warm climate by the shore, beach weather feels like a distant memory right now. As we count down the days until we can ditch our sad, puffy coats for good, spark some wishful thinking on Bikini.com.

This site is not your average swimwear e-tailer—while you will certainly find a wide selection of look-at-me bikinis and one-pieces, you can also peruse original content on travel, health and beauty. For instance "The Secret to Looking Glowy (Not Sweaty) at the Gym" and "The Ultimate Guide to Packing and Style." The minds behind the site are frequent jet-setters themselves, so you can trust their pointers. 

Blue Life Capri Halter One Piece, $154; Quay Nala Sunglasses, $40
Blue Life Capri Halter One Piece, $154; Quay Nala Sunglasses, $40
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As for the shopping selection, you'll find everything you need for a beach trip from sunscreen ($16) and sandals ($25) to flash tattoos ($20-$22), cover-ups ($42) and even sunglasses ($40). 

You'll surely stand out when you're poolside or on the beach wearing any of Bikini.com's trendy, luxe designs featuring cutouts, prints and strings aplenty. Some of our favorite picks include a sexy Mikoh striped one-piece with cutouts ($202), a Marysia pink scallop bandeau ($130) and bottom ($130) set for the girly-girls, and a Blue Life crocheted halter suit ($154) for the boho ladies. Sigh, is it summer yet?

Shop the rest of Bikini.com's selection here.

Former Associate Editor at StyleBistro. Willing to try any workout trend. Green beauty junkie. Fan of overdressing. Proud member of the cult of Beyoncé. Twitter/Insta: @kristinarodulfo Follow me: Google
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