The summer is incomplete if you can’t spend a perfect day at the beach. One way to make your beach day as carefree as possible is by jumping in with a perfect swimsuit. We've compiled this list of do's and don'ts for a perfect beach day, so check it out for tips on how to be cool while looking cool.
Bring sunscreen: You'll want to apply that before you put on your suit. This will ensure that you're well protected against harmful UV rays, which can lead to skin cancer and premature aging.
Bring a water bottle: You'll need to stay hydrated when you're in the sun for long periods of time. We suggest a water bottle that has a wide mouth so that you can easily take sips and not have to hassle with squeezing while wearing sunglasses or anything else.
Towel: Whether you're swimming or lying on the beach, you'll eventually sweat and it will be nice to have a towel to catch all of that excess water as it drips off your body.
Sandals: Some might not think this is an important item, but sandals are essential for comfort and ease of movement while walking around on the beach and in the water.
Tennis shoes: Sand can be a little uncomfortable and hot on your feet if you don't have anything to cover them. Tennis shoes will also keep sand out of your shoe while walking on wet, sandy beaches.
Triathlon wetsuits: They are great for keeping your body warm. Triathlon wetsuits are just as useful if you're just going to swim for a long time, and especially because they're light enough, they are easy to carry around in a beach bag.
Don't wear a one-piece swimsuit: This can make it difficult to get in and out of the water while you're swimming. Plus, if you find out that you have any uncomfortableness or leaks during your swim, you'll be stuck without a swimsuit as a barrier between your skin and the water.
Don't wear something too short: We know that there is nothing more embarrassing than seeing someone else see your thighs when you're swimming.
Unless you plan to be swimming laps all day, you're going to have to move your muscles. The more active you are, the more toned and fit you'll look over the long term. If you need an added incentive, aim for doing at least 20 minutes of low-impact activities on most days of the week.
Wearing a dress to the beach might seem like you're breaking one of fashion's cardinal rules, but there's a way to do it properly.
You can actually wear a wrap dress and look edgy and cool, instead of matronly or frumpy. Just make sure that you get one with a bold print. If you still want to wear something cute and beach-appropriate, try a maxi skirt. You should be able to find one in your favorite color or pattern.
While there's nothing wrong with wearing a bikini or other swimwear that shows off your curves, if you don't want to do that in public, don't feel like you have to. You should try one of the stylish new tankini options instead. There are many one-piece and two-piece suits available online for those of us who love summer but not strong sunshine.
If you have any questions regarding the care of your swimwear, please feel free to ask! We have a lot of experience in handling swimsuits.
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