The Buro Edit: The trendiest one-piece swimsuits under RM180
There's no better swimwear option to flaunt your bikini bod than, well, bikinis, but let's be honest: it's not exactly the most practical choice if you do plan to take a swim. Cue the one-piece swimsuits: They may not have the best rep when it comes to trendiness, but trust us when we say they've gotten a style upgrade, with the help of pelvis-baring cuts to waist-accentuating belt. It's the swimwear to be spotted in on your next beach vacay, or simply an afternoon of poolside lounging. Here are some of our picks that'll help you shake up your current swimwear closet, and the best part? You can do it without breaking the bank.
As someone whose wardrobe is mostly in black and white, we perfectly understand the beauty of monochrome—it's fuss-free and fail-proof! That being said, try to shake things up on your beach vacays with colourful options that will uplift your holiday mood (and your look). Opt for a piece with trendy details such as ruffles or colour-block while you're at it.
We love one shoulder details for that extra allure, and for swimsuits, it's no different. The metal buckle on the Zara piece adds a tinge of glam, but the cut-outs on both swimwear will definitely steal the show.
As mentioned, the black-and-white combo is always the safest picks for any occasion, and if you still prefer to stick to that colour palette, try incorporating some details for added interest. For instance, our pick from H&M gives off an illusion of a two-piece, and Topshop's belted swimsuit is definitely in trend this season.
If you've watched our Spring/Summer 2019 trend edit, you'll know that leopard print (or animal prints, in general) is a trend you have to get on, stat. The printed look from Zara is a great statement piece, not only as a swimsuit—pair it with a pair of neutral-hued flared trousers and you'll have a party-ready ensemble. Aside from that, the tie-dye look is also another trend to try this season.