Save, Spend, Splurge: Swimwear

Imogen Scott-Chambers on how to look good (almost) naked this summer

16th May 2016


Boohoo £20

Fancy something a little different? has a range of quirky, cool bikinis to fit the needs of the fashion conscious bather. This palm print swimsuit and its scooped back looks effortlessly edgy, and it’ll only set you back £20 – the price of a couple of cocktails! Kooky prints have been making a comeback in the swimwear world recently, so rest assured you’ll definitely be on point if you hit the beach in this baby.


New Look £18

If you’re looking to save on your swim shop this summer, you need search no further than the high street’s very own New Look. This cute tropical number only adds up to £18 - an absolute bargain! The juxtapositioning of the bright colours against the black background screams sunshine and will compliment any skin tone perfectly.

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Topshop £34

Topshop have smashed it out of the park with their swimwear designs this summer season. This strappy monochrome two piece oozes glamour and style, and certainly wouldn’t look out of place on the likes of Kylie Jenner. The price is reasonable for students - at £34 it’s great for those willing to spend a little more without breaking the bank. A black and white two piece like this is a poolside staple, just beware of potential tan lines!



ASOS £38

Whether you’re lucky enough to be jetting off to sunny climes, or just want to pretend you’re swimming somewhere tropical, this gorgeous bikini can be yours for just £38. ASOS are also offering a range of reasonably priced colour block two pieces this season, so if mixing and matching is your thing – this shop is paradise.




Lazy Oaf @ ASOS £58

It seems as though ASOS really does have our back this summer season - this cute watermelon two piece by cool girl brand Lazy Oaf costs £58, so is definitely a pay-day kind of purchase. It’s fun and fruity feel is sure to be a hit at the beach, and the halter neck top gives a nod to the 90’s.


Ted Baker £74

If you’re really hell bent on splurging this year, head on over to Ted Baker for a girly fix. His effortless floral print range of bikinis are perfect for those wanting to keep their swimwear vibe classy. Price-wise, the range is pretty expensive for something you won’t wear that often. With the whole ensemble costing just less than £80, this is certainly an investment. In saying that, what better way to turn heads this summer than by wearing a Ted Baker design, which are renowned for their elegance, femininity and class?


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