After checking out a few swimwear brands on the runway for the warmer season, like Suboo at Miami Fashion Week Swim 2015 and Seafolly at Myer’s Spring 2014 launch, there’s no doubt the rash shirt is back. This time around, the otherwise-daggy style has reinvented itself by incorporating an on-trend crop.
The cut is a little left-of-field since the traditional rashie is meant to be sun-safe, but it definitely looks good in the way that sports-luxe always does. Just don’t forget to apply sunscreen to your exposed tummy when hitting the beach, otherwise you’ll cop some pretty nasty tan lines.
We’ve put together our favourite picks from the web, because rashies are no longer those compulsory items your parents forced on to you over summer.