Team Try-On: Styling J.Crew Swimsuits For On & Off The Beach

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Summer will be here before we know it, so, of course, we need to talk swim. More specifically, our tried-and-true J.Crew one-piece bathing suits.

We’re not just talking about swimwear for the beach, though. We love a cute swimsuit that’s versatile enough to work on and off the sand. You know, for the days you want to stop and get dinner or drinks after spending the whole day in the sun, but don’t want to have to run back to get changed.

Ahhh, sweet, sweet summertime.

From The Beach To Dinner: Styling Our Fave J.Crew Swimsuits With Cute Cover-Ups

Think: cute cover-ups that actually could work for our nursing and postpartum mamas out there (like Scotti’s fave, reliable maxi dress), and cool accessories (like Laura’s Warby Parker sunnies) that’ll easily take you from beach to brunch in a matter of seconds. All paired with some of our favorite J.Crew swimsuits as seen here on YouTube.

Watch Our J.Crew Swim Try-On


Shop the outfits featured in the video:

On Laura:
Gap Big Shirt (S)
J.Crew Plunge One-Piece (8)
Birkenstock Arizona EVA
Warby Parker Sunglasses
Baggu Tote Bag (similar)

On Kat:
Eloquii Sarong Wrap Cover-Up
J.Crew Ruched Bandeau One-Piece

On Scotti:
Elan International V-Back Cover-Up Maxi Dress
J.Crew Plunge One-Piece


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Xo,

Team TME

From the beach to dinner — w/o taking off the swimsuit. We're talking cover-ups (a cute sarong, flowy dress & more) + how we style our fave J.Crew 1-pieces.
From the beach to dinner — w/o taking off the swimsuit. We're talking cover-ups (a cute sarong, flowy dress & more) + how we style our fave J.Crew 1-pieces.
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Danielle — easily — wins the most helpful award in almost every category. While her background is Design & Merchandising, she has become the TME jack of all trades, working on our website design, infrastructure and graphic design, in addition to writing articles. A lover of neutrals, she manages to come up with seriously cool outfits using basic wardrobe staples, is a whiz at distilling trends, and — thanks in part to her own style — is a natural at making practical outfits more interesting.

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