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Mapped! Miami's Best Swimwear Stores from A to Z

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Swimwear is definitely having a moment right now. Mesh one-pieces with high hip slits, full-neck bikini tops, neoprene rash guards used for style, not sport– we're not just limited to tie string bottoms and mom-esque one-pieces anymore. We've got a whole slate of new styles and brands to try, and you'd be hard pressed to find a neighborhood in Miami where you can't find what you're looking for.

We've mapped out 21 of Miami's best swimwear stores from A to Z, whether you're ready to dive into luxury bikinis or you're perfectly content breaking the thermostat, not the bank. You'll notice we left out the obvious go-tos, like H&M, Target, and Victoria's Secret, and filled the list up with specialty stores and boutiques dedicated to the pursuit of seaside style.

Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments section and we'll consider adding.

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Banana Moon

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According to its website, Florida is the only state that claims its own Banana Moon store, which would mean that Miami has the largest selection of Banana Moon bikinis in the country at its Aventura Mall shop. The store is incredibly affordable (on average, pieces run at around $55) and it has a vast collection of bright and patterned bikinis and one-pieces. [Photo]

Everything But Water

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Everything But Water is organized by color, so you'll find suits from Luli Fama, Vitamin A, Karla Colletto and more for every body type, no matter your age. This year, the brand celebrates its 30th anniversary, so they tapped in 30 influential designers to create exclusive designs inspired by iconic swimwear moments in history. [Photo: Everything But Water]

Zingara

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Zingara may look frighteningly expensive as you walk by, but the swimwear is surprisingly affordable (individual bikini pieces will run you under $100, while full pieces go for under $200) The store is clean and organized, so you won't feel overwhelmed by racks and shelves of bikinis, full-pieces, coverups, and bright, festive beach bags [Photo]

Aquamarine

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Aquamarine is a fabulous luxury swimwear store, but what else would you expect to find at the Fontainebleau? It's the only store in the U.S. to carry Ermanno Scervino, and it recently introduced Fendi, Preen, Morena Rosa, Sarah Design Jewelry, Olebar Brown and Tom & Teddy to its roster of other hard to find swimwear brands in the city. You'll also find high-end sunglasses and, surprisingly enough, pool toys. [Photo: Fontainebleau]

Eberjey

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Eberjey may be best known for lingerie, but its Sunset Harbour store is packed with simple, feminine bikinis, one-pieces and coverups in ethereal hues, which somehow all seem to match together. If you can't make it out to Sunset Harbour, you can also find Eberjey at Saks, Elle Spa, Studio LX and at its other brick and mortar in South Miami. [Photo: Eberjey]

The Shop at The Standard Spa

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Eres bikinis? Check. Haute Hippie coverups? Check. Sundek board shorts? Double check. The Shop at The Standard Spa is continuously hailed as one of the best hotel shops in Miami, but we're taking it up a notch and proclaiming it one of the best swimwear stores. You can find all your beach needs here, as well as drugstore basics, artsy novelties and exclusive collaborations with brands like Quiksilver and José Parlá. [Photo]

The Orchid Boutique

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Shopping at The Orchid Boutique's showroom is a lot like shopping for a wedding dress, as they put it. You can call in for an appointment, give them a sense of what you like, and the staff will pull up a dozen different options from the warehouse, where all of the online inventory is stored. There's a vast amount of merchandise you can find here– under $100 bikinis, Brazilian bottoms, exotic and ethnic full pieces, and so much more. Plus, The Orchid Boutique exclusively carries three brands– Mar de Rosa, Milonga, and its own Orchid Label. [Photo]

Ondademar

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OndadeMar only carries its eponymous line for women, men, babies and kids and has another location at the Village of Merrick Park. At both locations you'll find classic triangle bikinis, elegant one-pieces, and festive swim trunks for men, all brightly colored and patterned. [Photo]

Beach Bunny Swimwear

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Thanks to its Collins Avenue store, we don't have to wait for Swim Week for a Beach Bunny overload. These swimsuits are bright, bold, and fun, and have been modeled by the who's who of the game, from Nina Agdal to Chrissy Teigan. [Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear]

Indie Soul

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Indie Soul is one local Miami brand to know. First, because it works with artisans overseas to hand dye its swimwear, so no two pieces are alike. Second, and most notably, because Indie Soul was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated 2015! Love it? Gotta have it? Mention Racked Miami at checkout to receive 20 percent off your entire purchase! [Photo]

Nic del Mar

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Nic Del Mar brings a touch of St. Barts to the Gables, with a clean slate of feminine swimwear from in demand brands like Mikoh, Stone Cold Fox, Minimale Animale, and Acaccia. Expect to find exclusive designer collaborations, especially in July when Swim Week rolls around. For a dash of dreamy inspiration, check out Nic Del Mar's artful lookbooks, and read our interview with the store's gorgeous owners here. [Photo: Nic del Mar]

Neptunes Kids Swimwear

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Don't let the name fool you. Neptunes Kids specializes in both women's and kid's swim, and it prides itself on their mommy-and-me looks, from matching Maaji full pieces to Agatha Ruiz de la Prada bikinis. Other brands it carries includes Ondademar, Melissa Odabash, Luli Fama and Agua Bendita. [Photo: Neptunes Swimwear]

Femme Jolie

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Great prices, made in Miami; that's the main thing you need to know about Femme Jolie. On average a full set here will cost you between $55 and $65, however you can mix and match bright and patterned pieces, like $35 triangle tops and $30 mesh scrunch bottoms. Oh, and Femme Jolie also specializes in cat suits. No, we're not kidding. [Photo: Femme Jolie]

Nikki's Beachhouse Boutique

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Nikki's Beachhouse has locations in South Miami, Coconut Grove, and, most recently, Surfside. All three boutiques carry an array of up-and-coming designers like Issa De Mar, Maheli Heli, and Indie Soul, which was recently featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated 2015. If you're a frequent bikini buyer, you can join Nikki's Beachhouse's Bikini Club– a frequent buyer program where you receive a card stamp for every full priced piece you purchase. Once it's filled with 12 stamps, you'll receive $100 off your next bikini purchase. [Photo: Nikki's Beachhouse]

Mermaids Swimwear Boutique

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Mermaids has been outfitting South Miami's pool going crowd for the past 14 years and, although small, it has built up an extensive list of designers like L*Space and ACACIA, and sells a plethora of coverups, kids swimwear and beach accessories. Fun fact: the founder of Mermaids Boutique is also the co-founder of Kai Lani Swimwear! [Photo]

Boheme Boutique Key Biscayne

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Bohemian luxury is the name of the game at Boheme. Come here for colorful Dolores Cortes pieces, stringy Mikoh bikinis and loose and airy coverups. Swimwear won't run you over $300, but its impossible not to walk out of here with an ethnic-inspired caftan and matching beachbag. [Photo]
Atrium won a Racked Award for being the best co-ed menswear and womenswear store, and we'd be lying if we said that swimwear didn't have something to do with it. Atrium's head buyer actually co-founded Miami's Cabana Show, one of the quickest growing swimwear trade shows during Swim Week, so it's safe to say that you'll find the best up-and-coming and well established brands here, from Orlebar Brown and Sundek for the guys, to Beth Richards and Cover for the girls. [Photo: Raquel Zaldivar for Racked]

iShine365

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Love shopping iShine365, but not sure how that Tori Praver ruffle top will fit? This award-winning, local Miami startup has a showroom at its Little Haiti headquarters where you can try everything on before buying, so definitely hit them up if you're in the market for Lolli Swim, For Love and Lemons, Minimale Animale, and more of this year's hottest swimwear brands. Sign up for iShine's email list, as they frequently have crazy flash sales where you can score every bikini you need this year in just one simple card swipe. [Photo: Karli Evans for Racked]

The Webster

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The Webster is known for many things, namely for the exclusive collaborations and hard to find collections it carries. Swimwear is no different. Come here if you're looking for the top of the line in luxury swimwear from brands like Lisa Marie Fernandez, Araks, and Lem Lem, not to mention The Webster's exclusive collaboration with Eres, the swimwear brand owned by Chanel. [Photo: Getty]

Trina turk

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Trina Turk swimwear runs that fine line between Palm Beach prep and California flair, but we'll be damned if the Cuba-loving designer doesn't know how to formulate the perfect recipe for a well-constructed and perfectly patterned bikini and matching coverup. This Bal Harbour botuique is one of nine in the country and this mid-century modern glam pad is entirely inspired by Morris Lapidus. [Photo]

Vilebrequin

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Vilebrequin's Bal Harbour store is the largest Vilebrequin boutique in the world and is considered the brand's global flagship, so it's safe to say it carries all of the brand's simple tie string bikinis, printed one-pieces, and long, short, and fitted swim trunks for men. The aesthetic here is classic, fun, and bright, and you can also walk out with a plethora of coverups and resort accessories for any beach-themed getaway. If you're looking to save, though, check out Vilebrequin's outlet in Sawgrass Mills. On average you'll find women's swimwear for $100 per piece and men's for $167, but on a good day you'll catch a sale, where items can range from $20 to $60! [Photo: Vilebrequin]

Banana Moon

According to its website, Florida is the only state that claims its own Banana Moon store, which would mean that Miami has the largest selection of Banana Moon bikinis in the country at its Aventura Mall shop. The store is incredibly affordable (on average, pieces run at around $55) and it has a vast collection of bright and patterned bikinis and one-pieces. [Photo]

Everything But Water

Everything But Water is organized by color, so you'll find suits from Luli Fama, Vitamin A, Karla Colletto and more for every body type, no matter your age. This year, the brand celebrates its 30th anniversary, so they tapped in 30 influential designers to create exclusive designs inspired by iconic swimwear moments in history. [Photo: Everything But Water]

Zingara

Zingara may look frighteningly expensive as you walk by, but the swimwear is surprisingly affordable (individual bikini pieces will run you under $100, while full pieces go for under $200) The store is clean and organized, so you won't feel overwhelmed by racks and shelves of bikinis, full-pieces, coverups, and bright, festive beach bags [Photo]

Aquamarine

Aquamarine is a fabulous luxury swimwear store, but what else would you expect to find at the Fontainebleau? It's the only store in the U.S. to carry Ermanno Scervino, and it recently introduced Fendi, Preen, Morena Rosa, Sarah Design Jewelry, Olebar Brown and Tom & Teddy to its roster of other hard to find swimwear brands in the city. You'll also find high-end sunglasses and, surprisingly enough, pool toys. [Photo: Fontainebleau]

Eberjey

Eberjey may be best known for lingerie, but its Sunset Harbour store is packed with simple, feminine bikinis, one-pieces and coverups in ethereal hues, which somehow all seem to match together. If you can't make it out to Sunset Harbour, you can also find Eberjey at Saks, Elle Spa, Studio LX and at its other brick and mortar in South Miami. [Photo: Eberjey]

The Shop at The Standard Spa

Eres bikinis? Check. Haute Hippie coverups? Check. Sundek board shorts? Double check. The Shop at The Standard Spa is continuously hailed as one of the best hotel shops in Miami, but we're taking it up a notch and proclaiming it one of the best swimwear stores. You can find all your beach needs here, as well as drugstore basics, artsy novelties and exclusive collaborations with brands like Quiksilver and José Parlá. [Photo]

The Orchid Boutique

Shopping at The Orchid Boutique's showroom is a lot like shopping for a wedding dress, as they put it. You can call in for an appointment, give them a sense of what you like, and the staff will pull up a dozen different options from the warehouse, where all of the online inventory is stored. There's a vast amount of merchandise you can find here– under $100 bikinis, Brazilian bottoms, exotic and ethnic full pieces, and so much more. Plus, The Orchid Boutique exclusively carries three brands– Mar de Rosa, Milonga, and its own Orchid Label. [Photo]

Ondademar

OndadeMar only carries its eponymous line for women, men, babies and kids and has another location at the Village of Merrick Park. At both locations you'll find classic triangle bikinis, elegant one-pieces, and festive swim trunks for men, all brightly colored and patterned. [Photo]

Beach Bunny Swimwear

Thanks to its Collins Avenue store, we don't have to wait for Swim Week for a Beach Bunny overload. These swimsuits are bright, bold, and fun, and have been modeled by the who's who of the game, from Nina Agdal to Chrissy Teigan. [Photo: Beach Bunny Swimwear]

Indie Soul

Indie Soul is one local Miami brand to know. First, because it works with artisans overseas to hand dye its swimwear, so no two pieces are alike. Second, and most notably, because Indie Soul was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated 2015! Love it? Gotta have it? Mention Racked Miami at checkout to receive 20 percent off your entire purchase! [Photo]

Nic del Mar

Nic Del Mar brings a touch of St. Barts to the Gables, with a clean slate of feminine swimwear from in demand brands like Mikoh, Stone Cold Fox, Minimale Animale, and Acaccia. Expect to find exclusive designer collaborations, especially in July when Swim Week rolls around. For a dash of dreamy inspiration, check out Nic Del Mar's artful lookbooks, and read our interview with the store's gorgeous owners here. [Photo: Nic del Mar]

Neptunes Kids Swimwear

Don't let the name fool you. Neptunes Kids specializes in both women's and kid's swim, and it prides itself on their mommy-and-me looks, from matching Maaji full pieces to Agatha Ruiz de la Prada bikinis. Other brands it carries includes Ondademar, Melissa Odabash, Luli Fama and Agua Bendita. [Photo: Neptunes Swimwear]

Femme Jolie

Great prices, made in Miami; that's the main thing you need to know about Femme Jolie. On average a full set here will cost you between $55 and $65, however you can mix and match bright and patterned pieces, like $35 triangle tops and $30 mesh scrunch bottoms. Oh, and Femme Jolie also specializes in cat suits. No, we're not kidding. [Photo: Femme Jolie]

Nikki's Beachhouse Boutique

Nikki's Beachhouse has locations in South Miami, Coconut Grove, and, most recently, Surfside. All three boutiques carry an array of up-and-coming designers like Issa De Mar, Maheli Heli, and Indie Soul, which was recently featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated 2015. If you're a frequent bikini buyer, you can join Nikki's Beachhouse's Bikini Club– a frequent buyer program where you receive a card stamp for every full priced piece you purchase. Once it's filled with 12 stamps, you'll receive $100 off your next bikini purchase. [Photo: Nikki's Beachhouse]

Mermaids Swimwear Boutique

Mermaids has been outfitting South Miami's pool going crowd for the past 14 years and, although small, it has built up an extensive list of designers like L*Space and ACACIA, and sells a plethora of coverups, kids swimwear and beach accessories. Fun fact: the founder of Mermaids Boutique is also the co-founder of Kai Lani Swimwear! [Photo]

Boheme Boutique Key Biscayne

Bohemian luxury is the name of the game at Boheme. Come here for colorful Dolores Cortes pieces, stringy Mikoh bikinis and loose and airy coverups. Swimwear won't run you over $300, but its impossible not to walk out of here with an ethnic-inspired caftan and matching beachbag. [Photo]

Atrium

Atrium won a Racked Award for being the best co-ed menswear and womenswear store, and we'd be lying if we said that swimwear didn't have something to do with it. Atrium's head buyer actually co-founded Miami's Cabana Show, one of the quickest growing swimwear trade shows during Swim Week, so it's safe to say that you'll find the best up-and-coming and well established brands here, from Orlebar Brown and Sundek for the guys, to Beth Richards and Cover for the girls. [Photo: Raquel Zaldivar for Racked]

iShine365

Love shopping iShine365, but not sure how that Tori Praver ruffle top will fit? This award-winning, local Miami startup has a showroom at its Little Haiti headquarters where you can try everything on before buying, so definitely hit them up if you're in the market for Lolli Swim, For Love and Lemons, Minimale Animale, and more of this year's hottest swimwear brands. Sign up for iShine's email list, as they frequently have crazy flash sales where you can score every bikini you need this year in just one simple card swipe. [Photo: Karli Evans for Racked]

The Webster

The Webster is known for many things, namely for the exclusive collaborations and hard to find collections it carries. Swimwear is no different. Come here if you're looking for the top of the line in luxury swimwear from brands like Lisa Marie Fernandez, Araks, and Lem Lem, not to mention The Webster's exclusive collaboration with Eres, the swimwear brand owned by Chanel. [Photo: Getty]

Trina turk

Trina Turk swimwear runs that fine line between Palm Beach prep and California flair, but we'll be damned if the Cuba-loving designer doesn't know how to formulate the perfect recipe for a well-constructed and perfectly patterned bikini and matching coverup. This Bal Harbour botuique is one of nine in the country and this mid-century modern glam pad is entirely inspired by Morris Lapidus. [Photo]

Vilebrequin

Vilebrequin's Bal Harbour store is the largest Vilebrequin boutique in the world and is considered the brand's global flagship, so it's safe to say it carries all of the brand's simple tie string bikinis, printed one-pieces, and long, short, and fitted swim trunks for men. The aesthetic here is classic, fun, and bright, and you can also walk out with a plethora of coverups and resort accessories for any beach-themed getaway. If you're looking to save, though, check out Vilebrequin's outlet in Sawgrass Mills. On average you'll find women's swimwear for $100 per piece and men's for $167, but on a good day you'll catch a sale, where items can range from $20 to $60! [Photo: Vilebrequin]