Target Released Its Most Inclusive Swimwear Collection Yet

It goes up to cup size 40G.

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Just in time for the Summer solstice, Target is back with a massive drop of seasonal swimwear that will have girls of every personal style clambering for everything from string bikinis to full-coverage maillots.

What’s most unique about Target’s 2021 swimwear collection is its focus on inclusivity — when it comes to style as well as body types. Most womens suits will be available in sizes XS-XL with hundreds of additional styles in the size 14-26 range. The entire collection will be more than 1,200 pieces in total. Additionally, Target’s own Shade & Shore line will offer cup sizes that range from 32A to 40G.

As for the prices? As Target does affordable style best, all swimwear will start at $10 and go up to only $50. You know what that means: it’s time to stock up. Don’t just buy one suit — buy three of four if you love them.

“As Target continues to be a swimwear retail leader, we’re thrilled to welcome the highly anticipated summer season with an assortment that reflects our guests’ optimism and excitement through vibrant prints, patterns and colors,” Gena Fox, Target senior vice president of merchandising, apparel and accessories, tells Bustle. “Our swim assortment includes more than 1,800 stylish pieces for the entire family, offering endless options to feel your best and bring joy to these warmer months, all at an incredible value.”

With a collection this huge? We’re starting you off with the best of the best to shop, below. There are skimpy string bikinis, high-waisted styles, classic one-pieces, and more. So what are you waiting for? Whether you’re headed to the south of France or getting some sun on your city rooftop all Summer long, it’s time to update that swimwear collection. And it all starts here.

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