Title: Swimsuit Cover Ups -- Look Your Best at the Pool or Beach
Authors: Debbie Overstreet and Susan Daniel
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Swimsuit Cover Ups -- Look Your Best at the Pool or Beach
by Debbie Overstreet and Susan Daniel

There are many different types of swimsuit cover ups. So no
matter what your body type, you can always look good.

Oversized shirt -- You can choose either opaque material or sheer
material in many different colors.

Sarong -- Cover only the bottom part of your body with a short or
long sarong. They come in many different colors, and some even
come with beading detail.

Dress -- Choose either sleeveless or one with sleeves in cotton
fabric. Either a solid fabric or a tropical flower print works

Skirt -- Short, flirty skirts are very fashionable.

Shorts -- A great, practical way to cover up.

Robe -- A terry cloth robe is very comfy and always practical.
The shorter variety works best on the beach or at the pool.

T-shirt -- An oversized t-shirt always works as a last minute
option. They are also usually the least expensive type of cover

Choose one of the options above, and you'll be ready for a great
time at the beach or pool.

Copyright  2005 Susan Daniel and Debbie Overstreet

About Susan and Debbie: Susan and Debbie are internet marketers.
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