10 Pairs of Swim Shorts to Wear in & Out of Water

Streamlining your wardrobe should be the ultimate goal. If you can buy one thing instead of two, do. After the news earlier this week that fast-fashion label Shein adds around 1,000 new styles every day, we’ve never been more staunch on the need to buy less and buy better. So, when the opportunity to cop a pair of swim shorts that you can wear every day arises, we leap at it.

With the tentative prospect of summer actually happening, now’s the time to be pre-packing that suitcase. To save valuable suitcase space and minimize your wardrobe in one fell swoop, we hit the pages of Farfetch to round up the best swim shorts that double up as everyday staples, too.

From signature green Bottega Veneta pieces to bold prints from Vetements and Marni, there’s a pair for everyone’s summer no matter whether it’s loud and proud or a little more toned-down.

Few brands do colors as well as Stone Island. This pair features a dark-green hue which, thanks to the sheen of the fabric, appears to change color in different lights.

Burberry’s Vintage Check is the foundation of this pair of luxury swim shorts. Doubling up with a Vintage Check shirt is the only real way to wear these in summer…

Marni looks to a blue geometric print to give this pair of swim shorts enough personality to be worn in your everyday ensembles.

A subtle gradient effect to each leg combines with a red logo tag as the only details on this pair of Casablanca shorts. These are a real asset thanks to how easy they make styling.

Cut to a shape similar to the shorts worn in MMA, these JW Anderson shorts offer a bold silhouette in minimal summer fits.

Jacquemus pieces are always destined for the beach, just look at his latest Hawaiian adventure. This pair of floral shorts combine contrasting orange and pink in surprisingly smooth style.

One of the most understated pairs in today’s roundup, this Off-White™ pair shows that versatility does go hand in hand with subtlety.

True Tribe comes with the heat with this iridescent material. The mostly purple fabric has hints of blue under different lights.

Bottega Veneta combines the Intrecciato texture with its signature green hue here for a pair that doesn’t dominate your look but definitely holds its own.

Flame shirts were good, but flame shorts? Another level.

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