It’s actually making me very excited that I’m finally able to write this article. I’m going to dare to say it, WINTER IS OVER! That’s right, finished, enough, gardonezo beans! We can finally pack in our snow wear and bring out their sunny counterparts. And with the warm weather, there comes the most anticipated (and sometimes dreaded) time of the year. Swimsuit season. So whether you’re ready to bare all, or are rushing to the gym to prepare your “perfect summer bod”, here are some places you can buy some uber cute swimwear.\n1. Paradis Maillot\n9800, boul Saint-Laurent,\nParadis Maillot is a great option for those out there who wanna keep it casual. Maillot has a great variety of swimwear for men, women and children, in all the classic styles. When it comes to bathing suits, company’s can get a little bit too creative with their styles, making a nip slip very plausible. If you want to keep yourself covered, comfy and lookin’ hot, these guys got your back.\n2. SHAN\n4390, autoroute Laval West,\nWanna go to the beach with class? No problemo. Shan’s collection will make you look as good as Audrey. Their bathing suits and cover-ups are absolutely gorgeous. Ranging from a variety of colours and flattering shapes, you honestly can’t go wrong. They’re on the pricier side, but their material holds it’s shape and colour so I think it’s worth the splurge.\n3. Aqua La Vie En Rose\n6586 Saint-Hubert Rue\nLa Vie En Rose’s swimwear is my lingerie brand of choice. Going to a bra store to buy your swimwear can be really helpful for my well endowed ladies. Making sure your boobs are supported is an important factor when buying a swimsuit. Out of all the popular lingerie stores I think La Vie En Rose has the best swimwear. They have probably a million options, and all their tops make sure you’re looking… uplifted?\n4. Aqua Di Lara\n1625 Chabanel West, Suite 7291625 Chabanel West, Suite 729\nIf you’re more of a one piece kind of person, I’m going to recommend, Aqua Di Lara. They came out with a great collection in 2014, and now it’s ready to buy for this summer. I really like funky swimsuits, especially one pieces because it gives you a little something different from the regular bikini train. It’s still super sexy, just in a different way.\n5. June Swimwear\nSuite 205, 5795 Avenue de Gaspé\nJune Swimwear came out with a pretty awesome bathing suit collection this year. Very light material and a colour palette of navy and neon pink. Their style is very effortless and there is a lot of opportunity to mix and match their items to your liking. They have pretty classic shapes with a trendy twist and I am all about it!\n6. Angela Jones\n2305, Chemin Rockland\n3rd Floor, Topaze Entrance\nIf you decide to go to Angela Jones to get your swim gear, you will no doubt be looking on point! Their clothes are a mix of classy and sassy. I’m absolutely obsessed with their patterns as well, their bright but not gaudy. I’d imagine these suits on someone who wants to ditch the Forever 21 shit, and look sexy and sophisticated on the beach this summer.\n7. Simons Swimwear\n977 Rue Ste-Catherine O\nFinally, if you’re looking to save some cash and go the brand route, Simons is definitely going to be your best bet. I bought a bathing suit there almost five years ago and it still looks good as new. They’re probably the most reasonable price you’re going to get for a bathing suit in this city. Simons always have adorable patterns, and their swimwear is no exception. Go check on their website and browse through, because their are so many to choose from.