15 Vintage-Inspired Swimsuits

Take a cue from your favorite Old Hollywood icons with swimwear that feels retro-yet refreshingly modern.

Whether you're going for "Brigitte Bardot frolicking in the South of France" or "braided Bo Derek running on the beach in Mexico," these 15 swimsuits will let you channel the bathing beauties of decades past.

Dolce & Gabbana Hydrangea-Print Balconette Swimsuit, $468 (P23,337)

Stella McCartney Tie-Back Bikini, $155 (P7,729) for top & $140 for bottom (P6,981)

Lisa Marie Fernandez Colby Ruffle Pink Seersucker High-Waist Bikini, $420 (P20,943)

Sea Angel Floral Retro Halter One Piece Swimsuit, $35 (P1,745)

Fendi Striped Halterneck Bikini, $350 (P17,453)

Miu Miu Swimsuit, $1,200 (P59,838)

Mara Hoffman Printed Bikini, $245 (P12,217)

Flagpole Lynn swimsuit, $375 (P18,700)

Adriana Degreas Layered Strap Floral Bikini, $280 (P13,962)

Lands End Tank Shelf Bra One Piece Swimsuit, $59 (P2,942)

Norma Kamali Jonny D Ruched Stretch-Tulle bandeau Bikini top, $185 (P9,225); Bill Ruched Stretched-Tulle bikini briefs, $195 (P9,723)

Tory Burch Avalon Flounce One Piece, $250 (P12,466)

Johanna Ortiz Pearly King Bikini, $375 (P18,700) for top & $150 for bottom (P7,479)

Marysia Antibes Maillot, $348 (P17,353)

Karla Colletto Lapis swimsuit, $340 (P16,954)

*$1 = P49.87

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* Minor edits have been made by the editors.

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