Happy Labor Day! This long weekend marks the unofficial end of summer. There are quite a few (okay, 3) “ends of summer” for me. I went back to work last week so that was pretty much the end of summer for me. The students start tomorrow with the official start of school so that’s another way to view the “end of summer”. And, of course, the season doesn’t officially end calendar wise until later on in the month. But I digress, Labor Day Weekend usually marks the end of summer so I thought I would round up my beach looks and some beach snaps (and 1 pool shot) to celebrate/mourn the end of summer.
You may remember this lace panel romper from a previous post I did. I went to my friends’ house for a little bbq and pool time. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to wear a one-piece or two-piece so I brought both with me. Both bathing suits are from J.Crew Factory.
As you can see I went for the strapless one-piece with an abstract wave print. The back is cute with a scooped back that goes about halfway down. The top is held in place with a clipped strap like a bikini top.
I wore the bikini with the tropical leaf print to the beach. I love this print!
For my next beach outing, I wore this tribal print bustier bikini top from Macy’s. The bright colors are so fun and makes me think of the 80s or early 90s!
I was only able to squeeze in one more beach day and I wore this reversible bikini. One side has blue, turquoise, and white stripes (you can see it in the bikini bottoms) and the other side has the same color scheme but in abstract dots. I like the dot side better so that’s what I wore. This bathing suit is a year or two old and I don’t remember where it’s from.
I wish I could’ve gotten a few more beach days in, but there’s always next summer! It’s a definite perk to be a teacher and have summers off so I can avoid the large crowds at the beach and head down on weekdays. It’s also nice to live in New Jersey because I’m just 40 minutes away from the beautiful Jersey Shore.
I hope you all enjoy the unofficial end of summer and hopefully the warm weather will last a few more weeks!