From Zara to Cos, These Are the Most Expensive-Looking High-Street Swimsuits

Swimwear shopping can quickly become expensive, and while we might all want to buy a Lisa Marie Fernandez or Mara Hoffman swimsuit, many of us don’t want to splurge on something we’ll only wear for a week or two each year. 

Luckily, the high street has really upped its swimwear game this season, as Zara, Mango and more have expanded their collections with plenty of expensive-looking suits, many for under £100. And just because it’s from the high street, doesn’t mean it isn’t a great investment that you’ll love and wear for years.

If you want something simple, Arket and COS have gorgeous, classic one-pieces, while if you have a weakness for colourful prints, you’ll want to see the one-pieces we’ve found at Free People and Mango. Scroll below to shop our edit of the best swimsuits on the high street.

Swimwear with scallop details is everywhere this year.

One-shoulder swimsuits always look more premium. 

A pop of pink is always a good idea.

So simple, but so gorgeous. Imagine this with white wide-leg linen trousers and flip flops.

Square-neckline swimsuits are so flattering. 

Add a chunky gold chain and a miniskirt for after-dark styling. 

Trust & Other Stories to create the perfect printed style.

I just love the bows on this one.

So pretty.

As chic as swimwear gets.

You could also wear this one with jeans and heels.

It’s all about pink for 2023.

Imagine this with layers of gold jewellery. 

I love the boho beading.

There’s something so stylish about a black swimsuit, don’t you think?

Stripes always get a yes from me.

I used to avoid green, but now I’m loving a ticking stripe print like the above in the colourway.

A nod to the cut-out trend.

This one is giving me L.A. vibes.

I love a strapless style for minimal tan lines.

Such a fun swimsuit. 

Simple, yet so effective.

A crinkle fabrication always looks so expensive.

So fun!

This style has padded cups for maximum support and comfort.

Monochrome is such a reliable look.

This one’s for the print lovers.

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