Blue Code Swimwear, Stylish Enough For A Rooftop Pool

Blue Code Swimwear

Blue Code is an essentials brand based in Barcelona, committed to producing elegant, simple designs. Their looks take a minimalist approach that’s all about self-confidence. With flattering fits and bold colors, Blue Code reaches a harmony between masculinity and freedom. Model Chema Trezze is photographed by Sergi Jasanada in the current collection of Blue Code swimwear. The photoshoot shows just how harmonious a refined design can be, and why Blue Code is the perfect summer style for any pool party.

The Contrast Stitching Swim Brief has a contemporary square-cut silhouette, and is designed with the boldest accent of any Blue Code swimwear design. Sergi models the pair in blue. A contrasting white trim runs around either leg for an athletic touch, but the real kicker is an off-center drawstring. Also in contrasting white, the drawstring is placed on the left hip for a head-turning design. The Contrast Stitching Square Cut Swim Brief is also designed with rear and front seams for a sexier fit.

Sergi also models the Contrast Waist Swim Brief and Contrast Waist Swim Trunk, in white and navy, respectively. These Blue Code swimwear designs are made with contemporary square cuts, guaranteed to leave you feeling confident. More athletic than the Contrast Stitching Square Cut Swim Brief, these designs move their drawstrings back to the waistband’s center. Both are designed with contrasting trims that complement their athletic fits. Blue variations in these designs also feature dual tone contrasts with light blue rather than white. Black variations also replace the white, but with the darker shade of blue.

Unlike other Blue Code swimwear designs, the Mini Board Short does away with a body-contouring fit for something even sportier and more reserved. Sergi models the white Mini Board Short. It’s the most full-coverage style he wears, but still has higher cut legs for a modern edge. It’s not quite a square-cut, but still “mini” enough to be more fashionable than common board shorts. Because if you’re classy enough to swim in a rooftop pool like Sergi, you better back that up with impeccable design – and not to mention, a confident air about you.

Which Blue Code swimwear design would you wear to a rooftop pool? Do you like swimwear that’s designed to hug your body, or something a little looser? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.

For more information on this brand: Blue Code

Photo Credit: Sergi Jasanada for Blue Code

Model: Chema Trezze

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