Here in the Philippines, it's summer all year round! So if you're planning to invest in new swimwear, we say you can never go wrong with one that you can still wear even in the city. Here are double duty swimsuits you can easily style. 

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Undo x Soak swimsuit collection

Undo Clothing

See Undo Clothing's no-frill aesthetic fully realized in a swimsuit! They'll cater to your minimalist style whether you're near the sea or braving the city heat.

The Carissa suit

P2,500, Float Swimwear 

This classic black swimsuit is a surefire way to turn heads.

Floral print velvet suit

P1,890, Bershka, Glorietta 2

IMAGE Bershka

Texture and print? Count us in! We love the sexy string detail that runs across the chest for an elongated torso.

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The Kelly one-piece suit

P2,400, Sundae Swimwear 

Florals for summer will never go out of style. Grab this pastel-hued iteration for a fresh, dainty twist.

Foxglove suit in Yellow

P1,975, Sandy Cheeks

What's not to love with this bright yellow piece with bows and strategic cutouts!

Tamara Set

P2,100, Hey Babe Swim, Retail Lab, 2/F Powerplant Mall, Makati

Daring enough to wear a crop top? Go athleisure with this look!

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This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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