The Best Swimwear Of Summer 2022, According To TZR Editors

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It’s summertime and the living is easy — and finding amazing swimwear should be, too. Here, TZR editors share the best bathing suits of 2022, all begging for a trip to the beach (or just your backyard).@anemosswim
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“I’m a bit late to embark on the bikini wrap trend, but I didn't find the right style until I came upon this medium coverage bikini top in espresso — it's a chic alternative to black and it shows just the right amount of skin.” - Kathy Lee, editor-in-chief, TZR (Shop matching bottoms here.)
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"After mainly wearing bikinis, I'm starting to get the ease of one-pieces. It's all thanks to this comfortable-yet-sexy number. The ruching in the middle and high V-shape of the bottom gives a snatched illusion without baring it all." - Annie Blay, associate beauty editor, TZR
See On Riot Swim
"I'm fully on board with the sparkly swimsuit trend and I already own this bikini in an eggplant-purple, so now I want it in blue. The top lifts and supports my small chest while the bottoms provide a cheeky fit that makes me feel sexy." — Marina Liao, senior fashion news editor, TZR
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Belize 2 Top
"Mikoh’s Belize style triangle top and Bondi cheeky bottoms are my go-tos — they’re classic, streamlined, and most importantly, they actually stay put. This acid yellow ‘Zest’ shade will have me channeling all my summer Leo energy." - Hannah Baxter, deputy beauty editor, TZR (Shop matching bottoms here.)
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"I'm obsessed with the prints from Lisa Says Gah's new Italian Summer Collection, including this bikini made entirely from recycled material. I sadly won't be heading to Italy this summer, but this suit will make my NYC rooftop feel like the Amalfi Coast." - Maggie Haddad, senior strategist, social media, TZR
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Anemos Swim
The K.M. Tie One-Piece
"Anemos is my one-stop shop for beach essentials. The LA-based label has mastered effortless '90s minimalism — an aesthetic that just so happens to coincide perfectly with my summer 2022 mood board. This cerulean one-piece is a favorite recent find because the silhouette is simple, and the wrap-around straps and vibrant hue add the perfect amount of flair." — Emma Childs, fashion writer, TZR
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Como Top
"Following two summers loving my solid-colored Ookioh swimsuit, I am excited to try out a new pattern this season. The underwire silhouette of this top is very supportive and these bottoms are full coverage with an updated high cut in front." - Copelyn Bengel, associate fashion market editor (Shop bottoms matching here.)
See On Ookioh
"I'm a big fan of a triangle bikini top, and this sustainably-made style (created by local artisans in Bali) from Isa Boulder puts a unique twist on the design with its artfully twisted straps and beautiful satin sheen." - Rebecca Iloulian, director, newsletter revenue and marketing (Shop matching bottoms here.)
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Paloma Wool
"This season I opted for swim that’s a little more eco-friendly. Paloma Wool's swimwear is made from 85% post-consumer yarn recycled from plastic bottles left in the ocean. The multi positional drawstring makes it feel like a new suit with every wear, not to mention the cute print as an added bonus." - Ariel Bielsky, fashion bookings & production manager
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“I’ll be honest with you: I’m a city girl through and through and don’t spend much time at the beach or pool during the summer. But even if I don’t step foot in the water for the next 3 months, I’m sure this dreamy floral maillot will get plenty of play layered under a pair of vintage-y wide leg jeans.” - Alison Syrett, deputy fashion editor, TZR
See On Moda Operandi
"I've had my eye on this Tropic of C suit ever since Hailey Bieber wore it back in January. I love that it has pops of color in the tie-dye pattern, but still feels edgy thanks to the hints of black. Plus, it's part of the brand's eco-friendly line and can be purchased as a set for $100! I think it'd look super chic underneath a linen button-down." - Jordan Goldberg, fashion news writer, TZR (Shop matching bottoms here.)
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