10 best bikinis

Get ready for the beach and treat yourself to some new swimwear

Bikini shopping doesn’t need to be a traumatic experience, particularly with so many mix and match pieces on the high street.

We’ve rounded-up a range of styles and shapes to suit all figures and budgets. From Zara’s simple-as-they-come white bikini to River Island’s blingy two-piece, we hope there’s something you’ll want to wear around the pool or on the beach.

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Verdict:

For a bikini that will last you years and will stay put whether you’re swimming or playing a vigorous game of bat and ball, try Seafolly’s designs. If it’s value you want, Dorothy Perkins’ red floral number looks much more expensive than the price tag and the bold but pretty print will ensure you stand out on holiday.

Buy now:

1. Topshop Bluebell frill bikini, top £14, bottoms £9

2. Boux Avenue Hollywood Gingham Bikini, top £28, bottoms £20

3. Dorothy Perkins Red Floral Bikini, top £14, bottoms £9

4. New Look Kelly Brook Navy Bow Eyelet Stripe Bikini, top £16.99, bottoms £10.99

5. Zara plain triangle white bikini, top £15.99, bottoms £15.99

6. River Island light green heat seal bikini, top £17, bottoms £13

7. Seafolly summer garden bikini, top £59, bottoms £38

8. Biondi Liquid cross over bikini, top £96, bottoms £79

9. Asos spotty halter fuller bust bikini, top £16

10. H&M black strap bikini, top £12.99, bottoms £6.99

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