29 Ways To Cover Up For People Who Suck At Reapplying Sunscreen
UV rays out, style in — all for under $40.
If you love the sun and hate the shade, clothes can keep your skin from getting burnt AF.
Covering up won't actually make you SO MUCH HOTTER.
The best options are those labeled with UPF, which is like SPF but for clothes.
Choose stuff that covers your neck, chest, back, and shoulders.
Tightly knit fabrics are best.
And darker clothes are typically better (though it depends on the fabric and whether or not they're labeled with UPF).
BUT OBVIOUSLY sunscreen is still important.
So here are 29 summer wardrobe essentials that will protect your skin, all for under $40.
This easy shift dress will shield your arms and back, and you can actually wear it out after the beach.
This super-cute rashguard doubles as a swim top to shield your skin from sun in and out of the water — and it comes in so many fun colors!
Chambray is a super lightweight take on denim, but it's still finely woven to keep the sun out, and keep you feeling cool.
This flowy button-up is your answer to always forgetting to reapply on your arms.
The bright way to keep your chest, back, and shoulders out of the sun while you're in the water.
Simple enough to keep you cool while still giving you lots of protection.