In these instances, you'll wear your swimsuit sans cover-up. But there are times in these settings when you'll probably want to partially cover up your body and suit for some modesty.<p>Here are twelve ways to cover up your swimsuit!
Wrap: Wraps come in all sorts of fabrics and sizes, covering the bottom half of your suit. Solid, patterned, long, short, cotton or spandex-rich. Crochet and mesh versions are lovely too.
Pareo: These types of wraps that halter round the neck provide a fun '70s flashback. They can also double duty as a normal wrap.
Clamdiggers: Great in denim or cotton.
Casual Dress: Again, so many options available. From sporty styles that are fast drying and gear-like, to bohemian maxi dresses and little roomy cotton numbers. Think lightweight wovens and crochet fabrications.
Romper or Jumpsuit: Not the practical solution if you're heading to the restroom, but oh so fun. Both long and short versions are just as cute!
Baggy Drawstring Pants: You're after linen, or something gauzy, cotton-rich or even crochet. Wide legged and very drapey.
Full Skirt: Wear the skirt over your swimsuit just like that.
Tunic Pull-over: These can be knitted or woven, roomy or fitted, and are in a pull-on style. The hemlines are often high-low and the fabric fairly transparent. Sometimes they are mesh or crochet.
Rashguard Tee: These formfitting tees that match your swimsuit are worn on top, with or without a pair of shorts or skirt. Quite sporty, both in long and shorter sleeves.</p> <p>So there you have it! 12 gorgeous ways to cover up!