Look Hot & Sassy in these 10 Retro & Vintage Swimsuits

27 Jul

Fall fashions have crept onto the racks, yet it’s still blazing hot … and what’s even worse, you’ve finally admitted your old suit has given up the ghost. Now what?

Lucky for you, this is the perfect time to snag a deal from clearance racks — but if that leaves you running short on options, then allow me to suggest my Top 10 Retro & Vintage Swimsuits’ list.

From saucy leopard prints to glamorous pin-up styles, as well as a splash of neon from the 1970s and 1980s, this list gives you the gamut of classic and fun choices to have your cutely chic self beat the beach’s sand in a “hot contest”!

{Look Hot & Sassy in these 10 Retro & Vintage Swimsuits}

What Katie Did: $55
(multiple sizes) buy it now!
What Katie Did

Nautical Retro: $49.99
(multiple sizes) buy it now!
Nautical Retro

Leopard Pinup: $92
(multiple sizes) buy it now!
Leopard Pinup

Pinup Halter: $93
(multiple sizes) buy it now!
Pinup Halter

Polka Dot SwimDress: $85
(multiple sizes) buy it now!
Polka Dor SwimDress

Farrah Fawcett-like: $65
(multiple sizes) buy it now!
Farrah Fawcett

1980s Vintage Neon: $27.98
(vintage size 9/10) buy it now!
80s Neon

1970s Vintage Red: $126
(modern size 4/6) buy it now!
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1960s Vintage Psychedelic Bikini: $70
(32B S/M modern) buy it now!
1960s Psychedelic

1960s Mod Bikini: $165
(32B S/M modern) buy it now!
1960s Mod Bikini

If you’re feeling extra ambitious and crafty, then here are two DIY-options for getting that ever-hip 1970s boho beach wear look.

DIY 1970s Beach Wear & Bikini Pattern
$10 buy it now!
DIY 1970s

DIY 1970s Crochet Cover-Up & Bikini Book of Patterns
$30 buy it now!
DIY 1970s Crochet

Do you prefer wearing “brand new” retro suits or the original vintage suits?

Post photos of your retro or vintage beach style to the Facebook Fan Page!

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8 Responses to “Look Hot & Sassy in these 10 Retro & Vintage Swimsuits”

  1. Karen Ann Schaefer July 28, 2011 at 10:12 AM #

    I’m out of the loop on this one as swimsuits now or ever are rarely made with tops that fit a 34FF.

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    • Thrifty Vintage Chic August 4, 2011 at 2:30 PM #

      Karen Ann … I can imagine how frustrating that is for you and other women who face similar dilemmas. Sometimes, I feel like there should be a “boob bank” created in the universe … where women have too much cleavage and want less can give it to those women who have too little and want a little more cleavage! 😀

      In the meantime, while my dream world is still be built, have you looked into a local seamstress who could cut a vintage-inspired suit for you?

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