Summer has officially made its arrival and celebrities are following suit by raising the temperature in hotter-than-ever swimsuits. We’ve been seeing high-cut bikinis with a straight from the ’80s, sexy vintage vibe all over our Instagram feed — and it’s clear celebrities can’t get enough of the ultra-flattering look:
Kourtney Kardashian rocked the sizzling look in a recent video she playfully captioned “baby shark.” Her high-leg set of choice featured a purple, shimmery pattern which reflected the sun in a mesmerizing fashion — perfect for the ‘gram. Kardashian’s enviable figure needs no help, but the high-cut leg bikini trend is flattering for all body types as the silhouette hugs curves and elongates the leg.
In true Victoria’s Secret model fashion, Candice Swanepoel hit the beach rocking a black, high-leg bikini bottom and nothing else. The South African supermodel looked incredible as she posed covering her bare chest while raising awareness for World Oceans Day.
In case you needed more encouragement to join the high-cut trend, here’s yet another member of the Kardashian clan rocking the ultra-leggy style. Kim Kardashian West flaunted her curves in a mirror snapshot from recent travels to Costa Rica with her sister, Kourtney. The mother of four outfitted her enviable figure in a white bikini set, featuring a high-cut bottom that accentuated her famous assets.
If you’re into the high-cut trend but aren’t much of a bikini person, you can take a note from Selena Gomez and rock a one-piece with the same silhouette. The songstress recently designed her own swimwear collection with the brand KRAHS, specifically designed for a bit more coverage. Gomez channels some serious Baywatch vibes with the fire-engine, hip-baring swimsuit designed to cover up her scars from kidney surgery, proving there are many ways to rock this summer’s biggest swimsuit trend.
Keep scrolling to shop this summer’s high-cut, ultra-flattering bikini style:
Krahs Bondi Bottom ($39.99)
LIONESS The Ella Bikini Bottom ($31.60, down from $39.50)
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