The 9 Most Expensive Swimsuits You Can Buy to Celebrate National Bikini Day

The 9 Most Expensive Swimsuits You Can Buy to Celebrate National Bikini Day
From www.justluxe.com, by Marissa Stempien

Now that the weather has finally warmed up and summer is here, it’s time to hit the beach in our favorite swimwear. But because the start of the season is just not official enough, fashion dubbed July 5 National Bikini Day—and we’re going to celebrate. To honor the holiest of fashion holidays, we’ve rounded up a list of the most expensive and fashion-forward bikinis you can pick up this season. They're far from the most expensive bikinis we’ve ever seen—that title goes to Susan Rosen’s $30 million, 150-carat, diamond bikini for Steinmetz Diamonds—but these still these are pretty good. And these are a little more water friendly.

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Catch some much needed sun (and a little extra attention) in this La Perla’s Sirene bikini. Covered in bronze sequins, this bikini offers optimal padding and a V-neck for the most flattering fit. Available at Net-A-Porter and priced at $1,000.

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Part of Agent Provocateur’s Soirée collection, this bikini features concealed underwire cups, removable chokers and chains and large gold covered eyelets—plus it can double as naughty lingerie for those hot summer nights. Available at Agent Provocateur and priced at $990 for the set.

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A signature print from their Spring/Summer 16 collection, this Dolce & Gabbana bikini is covered in red roses and comes in a high-waisted, retro style to offer the most flattering fit. Available at Mytheresa and priced at $770.

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Want to stand out at the beach? This Zimmermann Fortune Bow halter bikini is as unique as they come. Inspired by David Palladini's 1970s tarot decks, this bikini features polka dot mesh paneling, cutouts, gold embroidery and asymmetrical ruffles. Available at Net-A-Porter and priced at $730.

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Looking for something basic enough to romp around in? Try the Eres Show & Scarlett U-wire Bikini. Cut from a stretchy Peau Douce matte knit, this bikini is comfy, supportive and comes without all the bells and whistles for ladies that prefer the water to the hammock. Available at Barneys New York and priced at $640.

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It’s not summer without some of Missoni’s wild prints, and this is a great basic. Made in Italy, this bikini comes with detachable shoulder straps (because we don’t all have a model’s physique) and a secure back hook closure. A matching headband is also available if you really want to complete the look. Available at Luis Via Roma and priced at $610.

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With so many fashion-forward swimsuits on the market, it’s hard to find any that incorporate a good ol’ fashioned tropical motif. This Emilio Pucci printed triangle bikini is lime green and turquoise, and is perfect for the water—whether you’re relaxing on a private beach or hanging out at a friend’s pool party. Available at Harrods and priced at £345 (approx. $538).

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This one is sure to turn some heads. Adriana Degreas’ Lips Bandeau Bikini is a red and nude work of art that features a strategically placed kiss that’s sure to grab some attention. Mix and match with the Hands Bandeau Bikini and you’ll give all the beachgoers whiplash. Available at Luis Via Roma and priced at $506.

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This Lisa Marie Fernandez flamenco-inspired swimwear is one of our favorites for summer. With two-tone shades, a ruffled top and comfortable neoprene, this bikini is the perfect combination of fashion and function. Available at Moda Operandi and priced at $450.

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