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Proof You Can Wear A Swimsuit Everywhere (Even To Work)

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    Before you throw in the towel on summer, remember that after July comes August. While it might be easy to forget the month amid all that fall work prep, a whole month of beaching, BBQing, and bonfire-ing still exists before Labor Day rings in the unofficial start of autumn. So, we're making sure we optimize the heck out of what's left. Step one: wearing our bathing suit everywhere.

    Should the opportunity to submerge ourselves in a pool or the ocean present itself, we want to be swim-ready at a moment's notice. Yes, we'll concede this sounds a tad unnecessary, but the idea of fashioning our maillots into outfits not involving cover-ups feels refreshing and a bit daring, too. Ahead, we whipped up four incredible looks — yes, even a work-friendly option — starring this surprise item that's actually meant for splashing around.

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