Hey guess what???
Swimsuits are on sale online and that means it’s basically a pool party where running and diving and shouting are 100% allowed. “Too late in the summer” to buy a swimsuit? NO SUCH THING — for one thing, you probably already know my stance on summer-through-September because I won’t stop talking about it. For two, didn’t this shoot inspire you to get out there and feel the sunbeams on your buns?
Just in case it did, and you thought to yourself, You know what, I kind of would like some new Spandex digs (great 1970s word for clothes), but then you got overwhelmed by the selection (I get it, there’s too much these days!) and also, the prices were not speaking your language that day, then you’re in luck: I scoured a few sites with great suits for great sales and found 18 swimsuits under $100.
I’ll stop talking so you can start shopping, but here’s what I’m eyeing…
For the horoscope lover: this outta-this-world celestial Rixo London one-piece for $68 (smalls and mediums left).
For she who jumped on the fruit bandwagon and doesn’t have any intention of getting off anytime soon: this Ganni fruit bikini, for $68 (in large).
Another sweet suggestion: this GabiFresh pineapple bikini, $24.98 for the whole damn thing (in sizes 10, 12, 18 (D/DD) for the top, and 18, 20, 22 for the bottoms).
For the woman who fancies herself a sea siren: this skin strapless one-piece for $67.50 (extra-smalls and smalls left).
For anyone who wants to try the high-hipped swim trend: this super sexy Norma Kamali suit for $72 (larges still available).
For the topless beach devotees: these white high-waist pointy-scalloped Marysia bottoms for $80 (smalls and mediums left).
And also: these Solid and Striped multicolored ruffled bloomers for $59 (smalls and mediums left).
For the woman not yet over polkadots: how about this $46.99 Eloquii top and and matching bottoms for $34.99? (The tops run from 18-28; the bottoms from 16-26.)
For the bubblegum chewer: this great-shade-of-pink two-piece Rye bikini for $86, which includes the top and the bottom (larges available in low quantities).
Or this hot-pink-ier one-piece by Tularosa for $83 (extra-extra-small through large).
For the 90s fiend: this shirred floral Ganni two-piece — the top of which you could easily wear with jeans — for $95 (available in large).
For the person who won’t get mad that I went $2 over budget: this wonderfully simple Solid & Striped swimsuit for…$102 (extra-small through large available).
For the Bond Girl meets Troop Beverly Hills fan: this Wolf & Whistle bikini (which actually isn’t on sale, just well-priced). The top is $45, the bottoms are $26 (the top is available in a 38C up to 42G, and the bottoms run sizes 14-18).
In the same Bond–meets-Troop vein: this khaki Jade Swim one-piece for $76 (extra-smalls are left).
For the woman with a lone pair of swim bottoms who’s been looking for the right top: this ASOS gingham top for $10 (in 30DDD, and 30G-I).
For she who’s spent the summer looking for a great white suit: this Proenza Schouler shark for $75 (size small).
For the woman who likes her suit as bronzed as her statues, this Alix bralette for $56 (available in XS, M and L) and these matching bottoms for $42 (larges are still available).
And finally, for anyone who loves an absolute classic: this J.Crew scoop-back for $44.99 (available in extra-extra-small through extra-large in “cerise,” but there are more sizes available in the other colors, too).
Now tell me what you have your eye on!
Feature image via J.Crew.