Cancun. The Florida Keys. California. Wherever you’re headed this summer, you’ll need a great swimsuit (or 15) to keep you looking sharp on the beach. Here are our favorites this season.
Upgrade your go-to Hawaiians with a masculine floral print instead.
No need to complicate your choice—a color-blocked drawstring is timeless.
You’re not going on spring break to blend in, so bring on the bold colors. This orange turns to a pineapple and hula girl print when wet.
Beef up your swim collection with a well-priced neutral pick.
Or go super functional with Aether’s technical short. The longer length and no-stitch construct is perfect for surfers who want to avoid chaffing. Consider the higher price point worth it for all the surf rash cream you won’t have to buy.
ASOS’s acid wash, dip dye shorts are further proof that retro styles are cool again.
Bright white shorts always look sharp—just look before you sit.
Wear Tommy Hilfiger’s signature trunk from now through Memorial Day.
Look good and do good for the earth with Patagonia’s tribal print shorts, which are part of the brand’s Fair Trade swim collection.
Patterned trunks are a good way to make a statement—without looking like wallpaper.
Because nothing says spring break like bright green palm trees.
We’re always game for some nautical swim trunks.
Faherty’s eco-friendly boardshorts are a game changer for swimsuits that are good for the earth: These use a fabric made primarily from recycled plastic bottles weaved with a yarn, so it feels like your standard suit.
Would wear anything but this bright red swimsuit on a boat? Didn’t think so.
JFK’s influence on style runs deep—take these old-school maroon trunks, for example. The tailored shape and technical fabric makes them modern.