The name of this swim brief collection tells you what you need to do in it. That is to go catch some rays in the JOR Sunny Swim Brief. It’s available in 3 solid colors and 2 patterns. The first pattern brief is called pink, which reminds me of a Native American pattern. The base color of this pattern swim brief is white with pink, purple, orange, light blue, and black creating the Native American design. The other pattern option is called yellow. It’s on a yellow background with several white rings outlined in black interlocking with each other. It’s best to see the visual of these patterns. The solid colors are fuchsia, green, and white. My favorite in the collection is the pattern one called pink. It is a bit fun over just a solid color without being too bold.
I’d put this in the bikini swim brief category with its lean cut and narrow sides. It’s also a low rise cut brief. All those aspects making it an excellent swim brief for great tanning exposure. The bikini does have a full back, so a little limiting on the rear sunning. It’s made out of microfiber fabric that is quick drying and resilient. Both of those pluses for swimwear. The microfabric content is a blend of 84% nylon and 16% polyester. The brief is handmade in Colombia, South America with USA and Colombian fabrics.
These are available in sizes small to extra large. These have a tag on the left hip that has the JOR name and star on it. It’s always nice to find some swim bikinis that have some subtle patterns in the collection. That is something which always draws me to a collection. What do you think about the Sunny collection? Let us know which one is your favorite and why.