When it comes to selecting a rashguard, how do you know what is right for you? The right fit and style can become overwhelming especially if wearing a rashguard is something new. Historically rashies were worn by surfers to stop getting abrasion burns by their surfboards and to stop getting sunburnt when out on the waves. Here, the tighter the better was the way to go as the rashie was like a second skin.
Today this iconic rashie has been transformed into something more fashionable which functions as both a fashion garment as well as sun protection. This means that there are more styles than ever to choose from and more headaches as to what is the right one for you.
Here at Cat&i we have put together some tips to hopefully help make this decision easier.
The rest comes down to your personal preference as to colour, brand and style. Please let us know if you have got any feedback, comments or questions below and if you would like to check out our range of fabulous rashies please click here.
Heading to the beach can be daunting with kids in tow as this is usually a monumental effort of planning and packing for what can be a full day out. Other than packing the sun protection, the boys rashies and sunscreen – here are a few extra things to think about before leaving for a fun day in the sun and the sand.