Women’s Summer Swimsuit Fashion 2014: Cute Bathing Suits for Different Budgets & Styles

Bathing suit season is nearly here, and finding the perfect swimwear can be a challenge. Whether you prefer bikinis or monokinis, or you have a limited budget (or not), we’ve found your go-to suit for this summer.

If you love bikinis, but want to be a little more covered up, go for one with a vintage cut. A high-waisted bottom will cover more of your midsection, and is still fashion forward.

This one-piece bathing suit doesn’t have high bikini line, so it’s a bit more covered up. And even the neckline isn’t too low. This Madewell suit features a brown pattern that’s cute but won’t make you feel as though everyone is looking at you.

Bikinis are already pretty sexy, but this Bikini Lab bathing suit has a few cutouts that take it up a notch. But it’s very subtle and absolutely on-trend.

Who says one-piece bathing suits aren’t sexy? This Tori Praver Swimwear suit (second from left) has a low neckline and an exposed back.

It doesn’t get more adorable than ruffles. This Zinke bathing suit has floral, a ruffled peplum and a touch of blue piping along the bustline. With the peplum, the suit is more suited toward women with apple-shaped figures. But the peplum is removable, making it more flattering to a wider range of women.

Polka dots are a recipe for sweet. This sexy swimwear has a top with coral dots on a white background, and the bottoms are white dots on a coral background. If you already own a swimsuit in one of these colors, then you can really give yourself some more mixing and matching options.

Here’s something you won’t see everyone wearing: a flamingo-themed one-piece suit. This Wildfox Couture is quirky and fun.

If you need more color in your life, then this Old Navy suit is the answer. There’s nothing mild about it. The pattern is bold and the color is fun.