DENIM has long been a beloved staple in our wardrobes – but it is making a break for the beach too.
You can now buy you and your boyfriend matching 'Jeado' swimming trunks and bikini for your next sunny holiday.
US-based Shinesty stock a variety of denim-themed swimwear to ensure you look stylishly off-duty by the pool.
You can get your man some briefs in two blue denim 'washes' – the Daytona Dong Sarong Swim Brief and the Assid Washers Faux-Denim Swim Brief – both costing just over £30.
And there are also a pair of swim shorts up for grabs which will set you back around £45 – the Jacksonville Jort Denim Swim Trunks.
Sizes come in S to XXL and they're quick-drying, "smooth on your gear", fully lined and have an elastic waistband along with a drawstring.
Even better, you can match with your significant other in some denim-inspired swimwear of your own.
Women can choose from a fetching one-piece swimming costume – the Jacksonville Jeankini, £45 – which resembles a pair of dungarees.
There's also the Daytona Jeankini, £37, that has a "high French cut leg, little cheeky, just like you".
Unfortunately, you'll have to shell out £15 in shipping and taxes for the privilege.
It comes a day after we revealed that you can now buy your boyfriend a pair of swimming trunks with your face all over them for his next guy's holiday.
The beach shorts can be made to order with a photos of yourself covering them from waistband to hem, making them the perfect gift to slip into your man's suitcase before a sunny getaway with his mates.
Created by Yes Custom, the Custom Face Funny Men's Swim Trunk cost £23.05 plus £4.60 shipping from the United States.
All you need to do is upload a snap to the site and their design team will get printing.
Yesterday, we told you how Matalan is selling family swimwear sets starting from £5 so you can all match on holiday.
We also revealed how Fashion Nova’s dodgy Photoshop fail on a swimwear model’s bum has been mocked by shoppers.
And this is what happened when a woman wore a duct tape 'bikini'.
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