Make a splash: mens swimwear 2013

Posted 6 July, 2013 by Ged in London in Fashion

Going to the beach can be a little awkward I think. First of all, you are half naked which I am more than comfortable with – it’s the sight of others closely resembling beached whales that makes it a bit strange for me. Secondly swimwear, my god, some men have the most hideous swimwear I’ve ever seen. In fact I think a beach is the perfect breeding ground for some of the world’s worst and most catastrophic fashion faux pas’ you’ve ever laid eyes on. Essentially there is only one rule: too small and too tight leaving absolutely nothing to the imagination is wrong, very wrong and anything closely resembling that should be burned and forgotten! So in the hopes of eradicating sizzling hot beaches across Europe of shockingly bad mens swimwear disasters, I have put together a list of my favourites for this season. Chaps, allow me to introduce you to some of the season’s hottest beachwear, all for under £60

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This season there are a wonderful selection of sporty styles for the athletic amongst us, some really cool retro styles for the hipsters and of course my favourites – bold prints and colours for those looking for a bit of attention!


Diesel Coral Rif

Diesel Coral Rif Striped Blue Mens Swim Shorts – £50.00

Calvin Klein Tropical

Calvin Klein Men’s Tropical Print Swim Short – £40.00

Teamm8 Grey Lido Plaid

Teamm8 Lido Grey Check Swim Short – £48.00

Andrew Christian Cove

Andrew Christian Cove Nautical Swim Short – £45.00 

Oiler and Boiler Everglades

Oiler & Boiler EverGlade Stars Tuckernuck Shortie Swim Short – £40.00

Oiler and Boiler Tropical

Oiler & Boiler Tropical Tuckernuck Classic Swim Short – £44.00

Franks Outback Australia Surf

Frank’s Australia OutBack Surf Short – £55.00

Andrew Christian Pink

Andrew Christian Strand Pink Swim Short – £42.00

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