Where: Bird (316 Fifth Avenue, Park Slope, 718-768-4940)
How Much: $170
Why: Don’t be deceived by their simple design—these swim shorts boast a hidden pocket that’s just large enough to stash your keys.
Where: Alter (109 Franklin Street, Greenpoint, 718-784-8818)
How Much: $105
Why: Yes, that’s a ring of flowers circling your crotch.
Where: Oak (208 N. 8th Street, Williamsburg, 718-782-0521)
How Much: $75
Why: Because you missed the Jitney to the Hamptons.
What: Cadet Surfer Shorts
Where: Cadet (46 N. 6th Street, Williamsburg, 718-715-1695)
How Much: $128
Why: Like the rest of Cadet’s line, these shorts were made in the label's Bushwick factory.
What: Onia Charles Trunk
Where: Steven Alan (347 Atlantic Avenue, Boerum Hill, 347-382-9125)
How Much: $145
Why: Alan alum Carl Cunow split off on his own, putting a comfortable-but-stylish spin on swimwear with this pair of cotton/nylon blend shorts.
Where: Bedford Street Laundry’s website
How Much: $65 for top, $40 for bottom
Why: The baseball cap-inspired snaps on this Brooklyn-designed bikini are genius. (Bonus points if you know the set’s namesake.)
Where: Zoe (68 Washington Street, Dumbo, 718-237-4002)
How Much: $188
Why: Black goes with everything.
Where: Dear Fieldbinder (198 Smith Street, Cobble Hill, 718-852-3620)
How Much: $92 for top, $84 for bottom
Why: This set has a throwback vibe without looking like you’re late to a burlesque class.
What: Mara Hoffman Tut Suit
Where: Brooklyn Fox (132 N. 5th Street, Williamsburg, 718-599-1555)
How Much: $237
Why: Because it’s the freaking Bling King.
Where: American Apparel (314 Flatbush Avenue, Prospect Heights, 718-230-3705)
How Much: $70
Why: This print is just delicious.