There is much more to swimwear than bikinis and shorts.
Today you have a wide choice of swimming clothes
with many names and terms for similar garments, depending on their intended use.
We hope to clarify this a bit.
The latest trend is all about staying safe from sunburn while looking stylish, and Korean fashion designers have absolutely nailed it. They've created an amazing line of matching swimwear for both men and women, featuring leggings, swim shirts, jackets, skirts, and shorts.
These sets are the go-to choice for sophisticated beachgoers and pool enthusiasts who want to make a statement. They offer both comfort and protection from the sun and jellyfish stings, all while looking absolutely amazing. And the best part? The different items can be mixed and matched to create the perfect outfit for any occasion, whether it's lounging on the beach, taking a dip in the pool, or participating in water sports. Both men and women cover up more tostay safe from sunburn and jellyfish stings.
So don't wait any longer to upgrade your swimwear collection. Embrace this trend and step up your beach game with the latest and greatest from Korean fashion designers. You won't regret it!
The trend is for both men and women to cover up more and stay safe from sunburn and jellyfish stings. Full-body swimsuits or separate sets consisting of leggings, swim shirt, hoodie, and skirt or shorts, are now what sophisticated people wear on the beach and in the pool.
Thumb loops keep the sleeves over your hands to protect them from harmful solar rays, jellyfish, or even cool temps. They keep the sleeve from riding up and hold it in place as you paddle, swim or run.
Swim shirts with thumb holes can be paired with leggings, skinny jeans, and any rainwear. They make it easy to layer with other clothing for high levels of activities while the thumb loops keep your sleeves down under layers. Raglan sleeves allow for better range of motion.
Simply slide your thumbs through the long-sleeved cuff slits at the end of sleeve, just like a glove, to keep your hands covered down to your knuckles. If you want to wear them as traditional sleeves, simply fold the hand protective cuff under the wrist opening.