Spring break will soon be upon us. Although it might not mean as much to you as an adult as it did when you were in high school and college, you can still have a little fun! Whether you’re going to be chilling by the beach or having a staycation with your girls, you’ll have the perfect look.

Crop top and matching skirt

It’s spring break. That means it’s time to break out the crop tops. A high-waist skirt keeps most of your stomach contained if you’re self-conscious. Since you’re embracing the season, get this matching set in bright colors and a fun print, like pineapples, bananas, or palm trees.

One-piece cutout swimsuit

Who said one-pieces have to be boring? Ditch the bikini this spring break and show off in a fashion-forward one-piece bathing suit with strategic side cutouts. High necklines and high waists are the trend this year. Just make sure you apply sunblock to avoid awkward tan lines later!

Flowing, low-cut jumpsuit

Dare to bare some skin in a plunging V-neck jumpsuit in a beachy hue like aqua blue, teal green, or nude pink. Get into the vacation atmosphere with a romper with high thigh slits so you can move freely. This can also double as a swimsuit cover-up in a pinch.

Wet suit

It used to be that only the surfing elite wore wet suits. Now celebrities and civilians alike are sporting these second-skin one-pieces at the beach. Why not? They keep your skin safe from sun damage, and you look like you’re ready to ride the waves at a moment’s notice.


Bodysuits aren’t just for the colder months; these look just as good with a pair of shorts or a skirt as they do with pants and leggings. Now’s the time to switch out your long-sleeved bodysuits for lower-cut sleeveless versions. You’ll heat up the street no matter where your spring break takes you.

Wrap dress

For a night on the town with your favorite girls (or guy), a wrap dress makes a statement. Flattering in all the right places (read: the bust and stomach), these dresses hug your body, but not as tightly as a body-con dress. Try a wrap dress in a bold pattern like leopard when painting the town red.