DCFashion Fool in Playa Swim Shorts

I’m happy that summer is almost here! I’m looking forward to rocking lots of new swimwear looks. The winter clothes have been packed away and I’m ready to spend some time in the sun and I found a couple of swimsuit favorites.

It’s hard to believe it’s just 10 days before Memorial Day which is essentially the start of the summer season. For almost as long as I can remember, I’ve spent most of my summer weekends in Dewey and Rehoboth beaches however this year a change is in the air.Swim2

It’s somewhat bittersweet but I will be not returning to my beach share that I’ve have called my summer home for many years. I feel like an actor on a TV show who’s opted not to renew his contract for the upcoming season. But change is good and I’m looking forward to new adventures, new activities and meeting new incredible people this summer.2015-04-01_3_151-2560x3840

What has not changed is my love for the water or at least being near the water. I’m still looking forward to hitting the beach or dipping into an inviting pool over the next few months. That’s why I was excited when I had a chance to review some of the latest swimwear by Andrew Christian. The company known for its fantastic underwear has a great selection of styles designed for all body shapes.Playa Shorts detail

I love these Playa Swim shorts, somewhat nautical and somewhat patriotic. I wanted a longer swimsuit and something simple in design. These classic board shorts fit the bill! Even though I can’t surf at least I can look the part.

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Sometimes I can be more daring so a bikini type suit was also in order especially since I’ll be heading to Europe shortly. I love the fluorescent bright yellow contrasting a rich blue. Although many people hate them, I’ve kind of become a fan especially since this Molika bikini, again by Andrew Christian, even makes me look pretty good.DCFashion Fool signing off

Photos: Denis Largeron Photography