You'll feel as pretty as a porcelain plate in this classy number – its delicate second print side panel will make you look super svelte as well.
OndadeMar floral print swimsuit, London Boutiques
This bold floral swimsuit has a handy halterneck: pull down to avoid tan marks, or leave up for a flattering bust lift.
Tropical garden swimsuit, John Lewis
This playful Paolita swimsuit is ideal for summer jaunts on a fancy yacht – failing that, rock the nautical stripes poolside.
Carmen Miranda green, Paolita
A straight bandeau cut, wide halterneck, muted colours and a distracting print make this cheap cozzie a flattering essential – especially if you've had one too many ice-creams this summer.
Peridot in forest print, Motel
Expect plenty of Wayfarers pointed in your direction if you dare to bare in this sexy Pistol Panties number on the beach.
Joss in coffee peacock, Pistol Panties
Designed to help busty girls feel petite by the pool, this curve-supporting Hoola swimsuit is a body-shaping investment.
Shimmer twilight blue piped band halter, Hoola
Unleash your wild side on holidays with this fox-adorned cozzie – pop on a pair of plain shorts and it doubles up as a cool festival top.
The Thief, We Are Handsome
More summer style
You can tell a fair bit about a salon from the calibre of towel on offer. At this swish Marylebone hairdressers, founded by Fred Gielly and Shai Greenberg, they’re as thick as duvets and the colour of caramel highlights. That level of service runs through the whole establishment, which is darkly glossy and reassuringly expensive. Cuts cost up to £165 (although you can get a junior stylist for £70), but if you have the money to spend, it’s a great place to spend it. As well as the usual roster of cuts and colour, there is a spa-style beauty department, where you can go for a 120-minute facial, have your eyebrows threaded or treat your cuticles with a hot oil special.
Venue says: “Home of London’s finest hair artists, an eclectic weave of exceptional stylists and colourists in an indulgent haven in Marylebone.”