What to wear OTB ( on the beach)

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It would have been to obvious to write a post about bikinis and swimming suits in general, that’s why I am talking about coverups. On one hand I have never understood why I should spend a lot of money for a bathing suits unless I have the possibility to live the life and spend my vacations in the Caribbean’s or in Costa Smeralda (Sardinia). To go on the beach around where I live (Lignano, Jesolo, Bibione, Caorle), a standard bikinis is more than enough.

On the other hand I have always like the coverups which are beach dresses, sometimes created in combination with a bikini or bathing suit, and can be worn also at night time at a club or at a dinner.

Aaliyah printed dress by Diane von Furstenberg is an elegant alternative to sportier coverups. It has subtle boat neck, kimono sleeves, side slits, self-tie waist with embellished tassels. 100% silk woven


The tunic by Emamo’ has a V-neck embellished by flowers applied and it is made of linen and cotton.


Emilio Pucci’s kaftan is the perfect expression of summer with this colorful print in cotton and silk.


Mondrian geometrical prints for this La Perla beach set, the tunic is made of cotton, silk and viscose.


Tambourine glamorous kaftan in perfect Indian style, 100% silk.


Matisse bright colours for this Parah set: short kaftan with short sleeves in printed tulle with coulisse on the sleeves and neckline.Embroideries and multi-coloured trim on bikinis necklines.


Tory Burch cotton-voile tunic. Bold colours for this short printed coverups with three-quarter sleeves.


What is the difference between kaftan, sarong, and tunics?

Sarong is a piece of fabric wrapped around the waist, it can be wore both by men and women ( In Italian pareo).

Kaftan is usually a buttoned long dress or overcoat. It can be embellished by decorations.

Tunic is a kind of garment that can be of different length from hips to ankles. The name derivates from the Roman and Greek tunics.



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