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Fabulous Spring 2015 Swimwear Trends

From sexy stripes and feminine ruffles to sporty cuts, here are three fabulous Spring 2015 swimwear trends that make a stylish splash this season. Whether you’re the type of woman that prefers to lounge by the pool sipping a fruity cocktail, or you’re an active, on-the-go gal who can’t wait to jump in the water and catch a wave, these Spring 2015 swimwear trends will help you look like a beach babe.

Spring 2015 Swimwear Trends

Swimwear Trend: Stripes

Always a classic, striped swimwear is having a major moment this season. In high contrast hues (like bold black and white), striped swimwear makes a statement while always looking chic and sophisticated. From barely-there string bikinis to flattering one-piece swimsuits, striped swimwear looks striking no matter where you go, from the country club to the beach.

Swimwear Trend: Ruffles

For a sweet, feminine look, opt for girly ruffles this season. Not only do ruffles add a playful element to swimwear, they also can help add a bit of volume to your bustline. From tantalizing laser-cuts to timeless monochromatic colors, ruffled swimwear will have you sitting pretty all season long.

Swimwear Trend: Sporty

For all the beach girls out there who are day dreaming about hopping on a paddleboard or diving into the Spring 2015 swimwear trends, it’s easy the suit up in this season’s sporty swimwear. From sexy racerback tops (that won’t slip-off when you’re hanging 10) to sporty one-piece bathing suits with eye-catching cut-outs, sporty swimwear not only makes you look athletic, it also is incredibly functional when you’re out to have fun in the sun.

By rocking one of these fabulous Spring 2015 swimwear trends, you’ll know that your swimsuit style is a shore thing this season. To find out which swimsuits will look best on you, check out the Inspirations & Celebrations’ Swimwear Guide for Different Body Types.

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