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The Best One-Piece Swimsuits, From Sexy to Surfy

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Welcome back to Editor's Essentials, a Wednesday feature in which editors from around the Racked network discuss their all-time best buys.

One-piece swimsuits have had something of a renaissance in recent years, exiting the realm of strictly 'flaw'-covering and becoming the stuff of statement dressing—for the water. Our editors, who cover a healthy range of shapes, sizes, and ages, are sharing the very best one pieces around, from an inexpensive American Apparel staple to the Brazilian brand worth spluring on. There's even a Mara Hoffman suit that rings up at $100 right now via Everything But Water's site—click through to find that one (then jump on it).

Ready to dive in? Here are the best places to shop swimwear online, in Boston, Chicago, DC, Dallas, Las Vegas, LA, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.

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