Looking For A Stylish Cover-Up? Look No Further!

 
 
Even though our calendars haven’t reached June 21 yet, the unofficial mark for summer vacation is May 31 (Memorial Day). I find it appropriate to feature the different forms cover-ups can be found in. (Trust me, cover-ups are not just the familiar tunic.) I think you, my beloved reader, would be happy to know just what I’m bringing to your attention.
 
Vix $78 at Net-A-Porter

 The Sarong

The sarong is fabulous for the beach — and yet you can’t go wrong at the pool either. In fact, the sarong might be the most functional. Wrap, tie, and then look cute — that’s all that is required when wearing the sarong!

3.1 Phillip Lim $275 at Net-A-Porter

 The Kaftan/Tunic

The tunic might be revered as the most popular cover-up available. First, it’s as easy as putting on a regular blouse, and — if wanted it covers effectively.

Melissa Odabash $475 at Net-A-Porter

The Jersey Strapless Dress

No one can ever go wrong with the jersey strapless dress! In fact, the jersey strapless dress is one of my favorite types of cover-ups — aside from the maxi dress and sarong. When you wear one, it’s an easy way to say “I’m always fashionably correct, even when sitting poolside.”

Diane von Furstenburg $345 at Net-A-Porter

 The Maxi Dress

Great for a cover-up or for regular wear, the maxi dress is my new coveted summer essential. Without a doubt, elegance is bound in the garment.

Missoni $690 at Net-A-Porter

The Romper

The romper is a really fun garment to use as a cover-up. Similar to the maxi dress, the romper is also available for regular wear as well. However, my favorite part about the romper is that it holds the glamor of an easy summer dress, but it’s a little bit more free because it’s not free-flowing at the bottom.

Diane von Furstenberg $185 at Net-A-Porter

The Cotton Shirt

As impossible as it seems, the cotton shirt is an appropriate way to cover-up before heading back into water. Plus, once done at the beach you can easily pull on some jeans and head out once more.

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