By Madisen Quick | July 22, 2016 | Style & Beauty
Designers are putting a fresh spin on the retro one-piece with updated color palettes, bold prints, and peek-a-boo panels. These seven summer suits will update your waterside style for when you are relaxing poolside at The St. Regis or The Little Nell and make you swear off the "less is more" swimsuit mantra.
One-Piece High Neck, Becca by Rebecca Virtue ($118). Everything But Water, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, 3000 E. First Ave., Denver, 303-329-9416
Resort wear meets active gear in this sleek color-blocked suit that's a far cry from swim team speedos.
Synchro Danse One-Piece, Vilebrequin ($280). vilebrequin.com
This St. Tropez-founded brand adds whimsy to the one-piece with this dancer’s print and a clementine color designed to bring out a summer tan.
Bishop Nude-Insert One-Piece Swimsuit, Norma Kamali ($245). Neiman Marcus, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, 3000 E. First Ave., Denver, 303-329-2600
If you're still clinging to your beloved two-piece, opt for this ultra-modern suit with nude inserts and a high-cut leg for the perfect transition.
Brooke One-Piece, Sinesia Karol ($275). revolve.com
This Brazilian-born designer suits you up in confidence with a blush one-piece begging to be worn decktop on your next cruise vacation.
Lightweight Mesh and Neoprene Swimsuit, Cynthia Rowley ($195). cynthiarowley.com
A wetsuit silhouette isn't just for water sports anymore. Get the it-girl look with mesh panels and a pop-of-color zipper.
Stripe Bathing Suit, Armani ($475). armani.com
The Italian designer updates the nautical swimsuit with striped panels and a sexy open back.
Palm Springs Maillot, Marysia Swim ($341). marysiaswim.com
Scalloped details and a graphic print play off one another to create a refined feminine look with a touch of edge.