03-18-2017 08:45 PM
Absolutely! I love it! Don't have to wear a suit and a rash guard or a suit and a wetsuit top.....
03-18-2017 09:06 PM
I'd wear that. Currently, I wear Lands End long sleeve rash guards over my suits. I go boating and swimming almost everyday from May to October and I am super fair and burn.
I wear long sleeves all summer long like most people who live in the tropics. It's better to cover up than to use chemicals on your skin.
03-18-2017 09:09 PM
@Mz iMac I am not surprised you have a couple of these. I say this in the most flattering way - you are hip, chic and fly :-)
03-18-2017 09:10 PM
I think I like.....am also fair-skinned and tan very slowly. Have lots of freckles and usually wear 70-100spf at the beach just to get some color without burning. Married into an Italian family so you can imagine how they all tan! I know they would laugh at me if I wore that....but even at 61 I don't have any wrinkles!
I am Italian and I am fair and burn. I always cover up in the sun. I have nice skin with no wrinkles skin too.
03-19-2017 06:16 PM
I like it, it looks very surfer chic.
Plus my arms are flabby so if I actually put on a swimsuit I would like this. With shorts over it too.
I was just looking at the Lands End shirts with the SPF, I've been wanting to try one for years.
03-19-2017 09:42 PM
@lolakimono, these are the types of swimsuits used for diving and heavy water activity. This is not a new trend. There is a brand called Rash Guard or something that sells this type of swimwear. Sometimes they are short sleeved too. Most of it looks like its for professionals.
03-19-2017 09:44 PM
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