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Whether you prefer ocean waves or a nice float sesh in the pool, a pretty swimsuit is always a nice confidence boost. But with so many options ranging from bandeau bikini tops to high-waisted bottoms, which style is actually worth investing in this summer?

To help guide your sartorial choices, we’re turning to the experts at Lyst for eight swimwear trends that are about to be everywhere.

High-Waisted Bottoms – Cult Gaia Karina Bikini $450

The beloved fashion brand launched its first-ever swim collection with Brazillian swimwear designer Adriana Degreas. The collection includes this chic take on the high-waisted bottoms trend, which millennials can’t get enough of.

Sleeves – Onia x WeWoreWhat Ravello Eyelet Top $120

Along with your reef-safe SPF, consider wearing sleeves on your swimwear – and no, we’re not talking about a rash guard. This waterproof way to wear the season’s structured sleeve trend is everything.

High-Thigh Suits – Forever 21 Speedo Graphic Bikini Top + Bottom $37.80

Gen Z-ers know that the retro-inspired, high-leg trend is a flattering silhouette. We love this set as it gives us all the ’90ss vibes.

Neon – For Love & Lemons Daiquiri Ring Bandeau $117

Neon swimwear is definitely “in” thanks to swim-fluencers like Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian West, and Hailey Bieber. This flashy summer style also happens to look fab with a tan.

Animal Print – Beach Riot Camilla Bikini Top $99

Animal prints and safari themes are on fire right now – think leopard, zebra, and cheetah prints.

Knotted Bikinis – Fella Swim Hunter Top $138

Knotted bikinis are surging in popularity, especially amongst women with smaller busts.

Polka Dots – Sidway The Anderson One-Piece Swimsuit $145

The polka dot print is still going strong. If you shop this dotted wonder from Olivela, you’ll also provide three days of school for Syrian refugee youth.

White – Mara Hoffman Carla Bow-Front Bikini Top $150

Every woman should own a timeless white bikini. If you feel ghostly pale, the hue provides just enough contrast to keep self-consciousness in check, and as summer goes on, it’ll pop against your new tan.

xx, The FabFitFun Team