Father and son swimwear from Tom & Teddy

Tracking down nice-looking swimwear for boys is surprisingly more difficult than you would think! Especially rash tops — they always seem to have some crazy text or logos and end up clashing with the swim trunks my boys wear. Which is why I was excited when Tom & Teddy announced their new collection of simple rash tops (without any text!) to compliment their stylish collection of swim trunks. Problem solved.

The Tom & Teddy UPF50+ rash tops are not only stylish and sensible, they’re also extremely durable. Unlike traditional surfing tops which are made for saltwater swimming and not chlorinated pools, these rash tops won’t break down in chlorine water, so they really do last a long time! You can feel the quality when you hold them in your hands – they’re slightly thicker and more matte in finish than normal rash shirts.

What’s more, they offer rash tops and trunks for men — so dads can match their sons. A perfect Father’s Day gift perhaps?

Courtney x

This post was sponsored by Tom & Teddy, a long-time member of our shopping portal and a brand we have worked with for many years. All views expressed in this review are 100% my own.


Comments (5)

June 2, 2015

Very cool – I will remember this brand when I need to size up in my son’s swimsuit. I agree – it’s ridiculously hard to find swimwear wo any graphics on it!

June 2, 2015

Timely post! Was just looking for rash tops without logos and yep, nowhere to be found…may I ask you on the sizing, Courtney? Do your boys wear the same size in these as they would in other brands?

June 3, 2015

These are nice….but not all that hard to find.
GAP, Hanna Andersson and CWD kids (to name just a few) all
Have plain styles and non logo styles in the
20-30 dollar range. Plus they frequently run
20-40% off promotions. I think it is great to
Support your partners but it’s not like there
Aren’t any other options out there of good quality.

June 11, 2015

Courtney, I like the smaller tighter swim shorts I’ve seen your boys wearing in instagram posts? I feel like my son would find these more comfortable, than the longer baggier ones? Where, may I ask, are those from?

Courtney in London
June 11, 2015

Hi Nikaela,
I usually buy the boys’ swimsuits from Petit Bateau. I agree that the shorter/tighter styles are more comfortable – the suits dry more quickly, it’s easier to swim in them, and also they just look so cute! 🙂 xx

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