With millions of us looking forward to holidays over the summer, for many it’s been a while since the last trip abroad – so the beach wardrobe might need a refresh.
A summer suitcase wouldn’t be complete without a swimsuit – whether you’re planning a dip in the sea or just want to sunbathe by the pool, a bikini or bathing suit is a vacation essential. And as always, the boutiques jumped on summer demand by offering magnificent new ranges of swimwear.
If you’re looking for a new swimsuit, you might even find that you need look no further than your local one. supermarket . Here are some highlights from the clothing sections at Asda, Sainsbury’s and Tesco to inspire your next swimwear choice.
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George at Asda
Asda has a huge range of swimwear available at George with over 180 items on their website, from classic no-frills options to bright and colorful items that will make a splash by the pool. A few standouts in the swimwear section are a ‘rust print’ bather with cross back detail for £12.50, and a ruffled swimsuit with a plunging neckline available in yellow, lilac or green for £16 £.
There are also fierce animal print options, including snake prints, leopard spots or a bright orange zebra pattern, available on a range of swimwear styles, from one-shoulder suits to backless bikinis. For those who prefer their swimwear plain, there are plenty of options for bikinis and swimsuits in bright colors.
One of George’s most unique items in the swimwear section is a bikini set with a pastel swirl print. With high leg bottoms and a bandeau bikini top priced at £8 each, the two-piece is sure to be a beach staple.
Tesco The F&F range is available to buy online via the Next website, and the swimwear section has some stunning highlights. The bikinis are available in a range of styles, from a rainbow striped set to a blue floral two piece with a vintage style halter neck and high waisted bottoms – both priced at £22 for all.
There’s also a vintage vibe to the swimwear section, which features a dark blue polka dot bather with a matching sewn-in belt buckle. But shoppers should keep their eyes peeled in Tesco stores for more stylish finds, as F&F social media pages feature several pieces that are not available to order online.
A few standout pieces caught on Instagram are a £19 bright yellow ruffled one-shoulder swimsuit with a bold tropical flower pattern, and red scalloped edge swimsuits ‘designed for all bodies’. Abbey Clancy was also pictured modeling some of the classic basics from the F&F swimwear range, including a black swimsuit and a white two-piece.
Ma to Sainsbury’s also delivers on the swimsuit front, leaving shoppers spoiled for choice with 60 products on their website featuring unique designs. The most eye-catching pieces include a bold tropical print swimsuit for £20, a blue paisley print swimsuit for £18 with built-in tummy control and a colorful pink floral piece for £16.
Tu’s bikinis don’t disappoint either, with designs to choose from including a summery turquoise swirl print at £17 for a two-piece set and a dazzling number in leopard print. Tropical and paisley patterns are also available in bikinis.
The Tu range is also ideal for those seeking a throwback to the past in their choice of swimwear, with a selection of outfits in vintage styles and patterns. A £20 polka dot swimsuit with a halter neck and skirt stands out, while a selection of blue and white striped swimsuits give off similar vintage beach postcard vibes.