HOW TO CHOOSE AN IN­VEST­MENT SWIM­SUIT

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You can’t go wrong with a black one-piece, es­pe­cially be­cause it can work dou­ble duty as a body­suit and will never go out of style. Power sug­gests a one-shoul­der sil­hou­ette: “I love that it can pair with a skirt for a more beach-to-bar look.” Miné Mediter­ranean’s Sibel Patino rec­om­mends earthy tones for an “or­ganic, nat­u­ral feel.” Her sis­ter and co-founder, Selina, con­sid­ers a clas­sic tri­an­gle bikini a must and sug­gests opt­ing for a high­cut leg to cre­ate a longer, leaner sil­hou­ette. It’s also worth in­vest­ing in a brand that takes a con­sid­ered ap­proach to fit—Power shouts out Brit la­bel Heidi Klein for cater­ing to a wide range of bust sizes. For Richards, an in­vest­ment swim­suit is sim­ply one that takes “that ‘ugh’ mo­ment to an ‘aah’ mo­ment.”

Polyamide and elas­tane swim­suit, Beth Richards ($260, bethrichards.ca)

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