Non-Swimmable Swimsuits are SO in Season!

You know, there are somethings that are so simple, so obvious, so outrageously in your face, that you believe everyone should be able to see it, am I right? But some people are special, a very special kind of special, where you kind of want to give them a high five, in the face, with a chair for being so oblivious. Now you’re probably wondering where I’m going with this. Let me explain. Swimsuits. You know the word. It’s very familiar, if you don’t then you probably live under a rock with Patrick. Anyway, swimsuits are simply suits for swimming, or if you prefer to use of bathing suit, that works as too, as it is a suit for bathing. I was scrolling through twitter to find my next topic, and oh boy let me tell you–I struck gold. Apparently there is a new swimsuit that is grabbing the attention of many. It’s super cute, and has a great silhouette, but here’s the catch: You can’t swim in it. I’m really confused and I’m almost positive you are too but my question is, who in their right mind creates a swimsuit that you can’t swim in? Your next question is probably somewhere along the lines of “What makes it Non-Swimmable?” because that was my next question. At first I thought it was because of the fabric they used. You know? “ Oh no, I accidentally used the wrong fabric for my swimsuit and mass produced it!” But no, that wasn’t it. The problem was the design itself. The little places for your arms in the bathing suit restrict your movement so much that you would most likely drown trying to take a dip, but it’s okay because who wants to swim anyway? (insert sarcasm here). I mean I guess this could be a good idea (not) if you had no plans on swimming, because you just got your hair done, and just want to sit by the side of the pool and look pretty. I’m more of a cute and functional kind of girl, like, look good but still swim like you’re going to the olympics, but then again, I guess you can’t have it both ways.

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