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From budgie-smugglers to nothing at all: our writers on what they wear to the beach12 Jul 12:37pm

From budgie-smugglers to nothing at all: our writers on what they wear to the beach

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For some it’s kaftans, for others straw hats, and painted toenails are apparently mandatory. Guardian journalists explain their rules for summer dressingPerhaps the very last time I gave even the most fleeting thought to beachwear was exactly 10 years ago, during a family summer holiday to France. We weren’t on the beach but in a municipal pool, for an afternoon of splashing around with my two kids, then aged six and three.
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