You’ve been warned: these ridiculously cute spring wetsuits will be flying off the clearance racks once the colder weather approaches (if they make it there at all). And it won’t just be the surfers adding them to their arsenal—thanks to a slew of high-end fashion designers (Marc Jacobs, Tommy Hilfiger, Proenza Schouler) borrowing elements of surfwear for their ready-to-wear collections, even land-lovers have an excuse to stock up on neoprene. Here are six stem-showing suits to keep your wallets ready for.
Limited Edition Glide Skin scuba wetsuit by Marc by Marc Jacobs, MSRP $386
The Marc Jacobs name may not be synonymous with performance surfwear, but the sleek, lightly-coated metallic neoprene is unlike any suit we’ve seen before.
Shorty Jane tank spring suit by Billabong, MSRP $89
Billabong steps up the spring suit game with a cross-back, 2mm suit that comes in three distinct styles: tie-dye-print indigo blue, jailhouse stripes, and patchwork patterns.
G-Bomb booty spring suit by Rip Curl, MSRP $99.95
Which came first: Alana Blanchard or the booty-baring wetsuit? Either way, we love the daring cut on this sexy black suit.
Kassia long-sleeve spring suit by Roxy, MSRP $139.95
From her flawless cross step to her sun-drenched photographer, Kassia Meador can do no wrong. That goes for this navy, baby blue, and lemon-hued, long-sleeved sprint suit.
Tembisa surfsuit by Tallow, MSRP $179.64
A smooth, seamless bodysuit with African-print front panels. We’ll feel international even if we never leave the home break.
Neoprene wetsuit in Turquoise Dot by Cynthia Rowley, MSRP $235
Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley is endlessly inspired by surfing, but we can rarely afford her neoprene designs. Luckily, this polka-dot spring suit isn’t totally out of our budget (well, maybe we’ll wear it with shorts just to log some extra time in it).
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