Retro designs have been in fashion for about 2/3 seasons now and it doesn't look like the trend will be disappearing anytime soon, so this Dorothy Perkins bikini (top & bottom) won't be a one-year wear and at £14 all together for the look, who can complain?!
This Topshop bikini combines the best of the retro trend, like the previous bikini, and the scarf-print which has been all over the catwalk and highstreet during S/S12. This beautiful buy is also underwired to provide extra support so the pricey £30 might be worth it for those who require the support.
Next is an unusual design, from the one and only Marks & Spencers. Although this swimsuit is £35 I think it would be worth it as M&S is notorious for long-lasting and great quality clothing. The tropical trend is everywhere at the moment and with M&S becoming more and more fashionable recently, don't be afraid to have a look at their clothing range.
The final swimsuit combines 3 trends in one suit: bold print, fringes and cut-out. Cut-out is a huge swimwear trend and is all-over the magazines for S/S12. This swimsuit is available from River Island and at only £27 for this gorgeous piece, I'd buy it! It would suit any haircolour and skintone. I'd match with a plain cover-up, jewellery, wedges and a pair of cat-eye shades for a great look for by the pool.
Thank you for reading! Have a great day,