1. Suboo "Sun-Kissed Nirvana One Piece"
The arrow darting on this kaledescope-printed one-piece from Suboo is incredibly flattering. It points eyes up towards your collarbone and shoulders so forget the diet, and choose this optical illusion instead.
2. Shakuhachi "Psychedelic Crochet Bikini"
This '70s inspired, rainbow-colored crochet goodie from Australian brand Shakuhachi is not only smile-inducing, but the boy shorts and scalloped edges make it look flirty and bohemian, and less like grandma's weekend project.
3. Seea "Hermosa One Piece"
Born out of sheer frustration, Amanda Chinchelli's surf-friendly line Seea is the marriage of functionality and design (any active beachgoer will wonder why they didn't think of it first). This badass colorblock-printed number is not only a rash guard and sun protectant, but in a pinch, moonlights as a long-sleeved tee. Brilliant.
4. Zimmermann "Brightside Frill Underwire Bikini"
This Sydney-based label is famous for their swimwear that's defined fashion-forward Aussie beach style for the past twenty years. A feminine seashell-shaped bandeau top can make any small-chested girl feel va-va voom.
5. Eclairee "The Céline"
Against all odds, the plunging neckline on this stunner manages to look sporty — not sexy — thanks to the high-neck mesh inset. Pack it for your next luxury vacation (St. Tropez, anyone?) and you'll save precious suitcase real estate, too (it works double-duty as a chic tank top).