12 Swimsuits Under $20 For Spring Break

12 Swimsuits Under $20 For Spring Break

Spring Break calls for a new swimsuit!

Spring Break is just around the corner, and last years swimmie has seen its time. The bottoms are saggy, and the top doesn't have padding like it used to. Don't worry, though, this list will provide the latest trends and lowest prices for your Spring Break fashion emergency!

1. Plunging Ruffles

This cute bathing suit features a plunging front, lined with ruffles. The best part about it though, is that it's only $19.99 from Zaful.

2. Lace One Piece

For all of my one piece babes out there, this one gives you all of the coverage without looking like a polyester sack. The lace details give it that extra oomph, and its only $16.77 from Dresslilly.

3. Knotted Plunge

This one is very similar to the first bathing suit, but the simplicity in it is striking. For this lovely knotted plunge bathing suit, you can find it on Shein for $14.00.

4. Pastel Cami

Personally, this is one of my favorite styles of swimsuits. You could wear this to the beach, the pool, or even a waterpark without worrying about a malfunction. This Zaful bikini set is only $18.49.

5. Knotty Hotty

So, this is a cute bikini for those of us willing to show a little more skin. If you're confident, rock this Zaful suit for $13.49!

6. Stripes? Stripes.

Stripes are the ultimate nautical trend, so this swimmie is the perfect one for your Spring Break beach trip! This one's from Romwe for $9.29.

7. High Tide Rise

High neck and high waisted suits are perfect for waterparks, because they're super secure. So, if you plan on spending your Spring Break riding waterslides, you can get this suit from Fire Vogue for $18.99.

8. Smocked Bandeau

Growing up, my mother always put me in smocked dresses, which totally brainwashed me to hate it. Now, though, lots of trends center around smocked pieces, and I kind of love it. Zaful has this one for $13.99.

9. Floral Fun

Although I love all of the suits listed, this is by far my favorite one! Personally, I love floral and think its perfect for your Spring Break getaway! You can find this one on Romwe for $9.79.

10. Triple Ripple

If you couldn't choose between #4, #5, or #6, this is the swimsuit for you! It combines the cami top, knots on the sides of the bottoms, and the stripes. This suit would look so cute while you soak up the sun during Spring Break! Get it at Shein for $13.00.

11. Strapless Floral

Again, floral is the perfect pattern for your Spring Break swimmie, but this option features a supporting strapless bra. If you're not a fan of tan lines from straps, this is great for you! Its only $19.99 from Lilly.

12. Smocked Cami

This is another suit that combines different styles, and is too cute! Shein has this one for only $11.00.

Now that you've got some options, choose the perfect swimsuit for your perfect Spring Break trip!

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The Rising FourPlay

Young, Black and Gifted

Ronald Bryant III

Fourplay New York Clothing



My time at SUNY Oswego has been one of the most amazing experiences thus far even though I am only in my sophomore year. I have seen peers and upperclassman achieve many beautiful things and strive for nothing but the best with their dreams. One person I have come across with my time here and I hope that he achieves everything he wants with his clothing brand is Ronald Bryant III.

Now a college graduate, Bryant has his own clothing brand titled FourPlay which sells a variety of colored beanies, snapbacks, hoodies and shirts. FourPlay itself is a New York lifestyle that aims to shed light on progressive matters worldwide. The creators aim to have fun with the designs and allow their clothing to connect to people on a deeper level. The name itself comes from “the idea of making progress ‘for fun’ or for endearment. Doing things because you genuinely enjoy doing it allows for a better development process and contributes to your eagerness to succeed.” The design comes from, “the brand name [coming] from the number 4 being a substitute for the root word ‘for-’ (as in forward). The play symbol is recognized as an icon meaning continue or resume, which is synonymous to progression. When you put those two meanings together you get ‘forward progression’ or ‘Fourward Progression.’

For this article I decided to interview him because for Black History Month I think it is not only important to know your rich history and culture but to look at the present and see the other astounding creations that is happening before your eyes.

What is the inspiration behind your brand and why did you create it?

“The inspiration and reason for creating my brand ultimately was because of my younger sister. I wanted to do something that would inspire her, as well as embed my own aspirations into it. I’ve always been into fashion and art so I figured why not blend the two in my own way.”

What are your short term and long term goals for your line?

“My long term goals for my brand are to get a variety of pieces into the line as I grow as well as develop new campaign strategies to gain a larger audience.

My short term goals are to collab with various artists for the sake of helping each other attract new audiences, but more importantly for my love and appreciation for art and the impact it can have on people.”

How do you see the brand transcending into the “culture”?

“I see the brand growing to be far more than just clothing being that my interest goes beyond fashion. I see the brand allowing underground artists to have platforms to showcase their work or to have video production involved in some way as well.”

What advice do you have for people who want to start their own brand?

“Advice that I would give to people who are looking to start a brand is to find purpose in what you’re doing before you pursue launching it. If there is no purpose, then there is no longevity.”

Do you want to create your own store or maybe merge with like an H&M?

“I see ecommerce/ online shopping being the best lane for me as well as growing my market to curate much larger pop up shops. I do not think in this day and age is essential to merge with boutiques.”

How does it feel to be a black business owner at such a young age?

“To be a black business owner at a young age is very fun experience as far as learning and getting adjusted to new things. It does comes with challenges like anything in life, but once you are able to accept those challenges as they are you will be able to get through the process no matter what. What’s important about it is the adulting transition and the ownership and responsibility that comes with it.”

Why do you think it’s important for you to create these clothes?

“Essentially the importance in creating these clothes is to get important messages out that society should be aware of as well as interpersonal messages that will motivate and inspire people to make progress throughout their daily lives.”

This amazing start-up black owned business can be supported on their website https://www.fourplayny.com/shop where hoodies, shirts and hats can be purchased. Also their social media presence can be followed on Twitter, @fourplayny and their Instagram @fourplayny.

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