It's officially March, and that means one thing: It's a downhill ride to beach season. Celebrate! Even though it's still cold out, you know the struggle of finding a bathing suit at the last minute is real (the best ones always sell out so fast), so it's time to start thinking about one-piece swimsuits to shop for spring break and summer. You're going to have your swimsuit style nailed the day it gets warm enough to hit the beach — trust.
One-pieces have come back in a major way over the past couple of years. I mean, who says feeling sexy has to mean showing off your midsection? Personally, I love the throwback, retro feel of a one-piece, and I'm totally in good company, because even Beyonce rocks them all the time. And you know by now, whatever Queen Bey says, goes.
Though they used to be a little more boring and basic, one-pieces have gotten some serious style updates, and there are more options now than ever to choose from, which is good for you, and maybe not so great for your bank account. If you're in need of a new bathing suit this season, shop these 25 one-pieces that will kill it for spring break or over summer.
Mesh insets give the feel of a bikini, without actually wearing one.
Up the retro feel with a chevron print.
Add some glam with an embellished belt.
A bold pattern makes a one-piece a little more exciting.
Nothing says chic and classic like black and white.
Ruffles add femininity to a one-piece.
Pretty in pink always scores for beach season.
For those times when you can't decide between a one or two piece.
No worries about accidentally busting out with this suit.
This neckline is daring, to say the least.
Go romantic and boho with a lace swimsuit.
Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.
I bet none of your friends will be wearing a flamingo swimsuit. Truth.
This one is sure to draw some attention.
No cover up required.
You can never go wrong with a classic halter.
Bandeaus aren't just for bikinis.
18. Fuller Bust
If you have a fuller bust, choose a swimsuit like this that offers more support.
It stands out even more with a black/neon combo.
Switch up your neckline with a cross-front silhouette.
Just because the bottoms aren't separate, doesn't mean they can't have fun detailing.
Red always makes a statement.
Add some edge with zipper detailing.
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