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.
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.
So there you have it! 12 gorgeous ways to cover up!