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Life's a beach: Head to Lidl for a hip new holiday look

Published 08/06/2016

Swimsuit, £5.99, sun visor, £5.99, sandals, £5.99, sarong, £3.99, bag, £7.99, Lidl
Swimsuit, £5.99, sun visor, £5.99, sandals, £5.99, sarong, £3.99, bag, £7.99, Lidl
Swimsuit, £5.99, sarong, £3.99, palazzo pants, £7.99, Lidl, necklace, shoes, sunglasses and handbag, stylist’s own
Swimsuit, £5.99, dress, £7.99, trilby, £4.99, sandals, £5.99 bag, (available plain or striped) £7.99, Lidl, sunglasses and watch, stylist’s own
We show you how to wear one black strappy swimsuit (£5.99) three ways
Bikini top, £2.99, bikini bottoms, £2.99, Lidl

Go from sun-worshipper to stylish sightseer with Lidl's hot summer range. Helen Carson finds out how to wear one swimsuit three ways.

Be beach ready with a chic new collection of summer essentials at Lidl, most of which will be in store tomorrow.

Don't forget to pack the versatile summer pieces, trend-inspired accessories and glamorous Ibiza-worthy swimwear.

And with prices from £1.99 to £12.99, you can look forward to a summer fashion long-haul with plenty of spending money left over for balmy evenings abroad. Best buys from the Esmara summer collection include metallic slider sandals from £5.99 to vibrant bikinis for £8.

Other stand-out pieces include cut-out swimsuits for £7.99 and beach dresses for £6.99.

We show you how to wear one black strappy swimsuit (£5.99) three ways, taking you from beach to bar simply by styling it up with items from the collection.

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