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The Most Fun One-Piece Swimsuits (under $60)

If you aren't tryna wear a bikini all summer long, then you're in luck, because one-piece swimsuits are seriously in style. Anywhere that stocks swimsuits is turning their attention to one-pieces right now, so there are so many fun and fresh styles you should definitely be rocking this summer. July might be over halfway over, but the temperatures are going up, up, up, and your swimsuit days are far from over this season. All styles are under $60, to save you some extra dollars better spent on soft-serve.

Cutouts

Strategically-placed cutouts lends some sex appeal to an otherwise covered up silhouette, and can range from a sultry slip of skin to a serious cut that reveals your sides and back.
This super-70's suit from ASOS.
This rainbow suit from Forever 21.
This sexy monokini from Tobi.

Crazy Prints

Look anything but maternal in a classic cut with a crazy and bright print!
This Motel Goddess suit with a retro palette from Nastygal.
This Batoko suit from the Nylon shop.
This UNIF zip-up swimsuit from Nastygal.

Mesh

If you're looking to go sexier, mesh is a detail that can take a classic cut up a notch, or an already sexy cut to bombshell territory.
This plunging swimsuit with mesh inserts from Topshop.
This New Look mesh swimsuit from ASOS.
This Mossimo swimsuit with mesh inserts from Target.

Retro Strapless

Strapless swimsuits are sultry but not too scandalous, and can have a retro feel with bandeau cups or an old-school cut.
This cupped bandeau swimsuit from ASOS.
This bandeau suit with cutouts from Topshop.
This Wolf and Whistle bardot swimsuit from ASOS.
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I really love the black cut out one
God, it would be a nightmare for me. Lol. It would be great for the bustier girls who bought their bust.
Me too, @alywoah! Don't know how it would look on bustier girls though haha
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