‘Breezy’ suits make a comeback in New Zealand
NEW ZEALAND: “Breeze” suits have become a popular choice of choice for people looking for a relaxing, summery look while relaxing on the beach, in the countryside or on the town beach.
Breezes and sunsets are the perfect way to break up the busy summer season, with the best-selling suits often available for sale online for up to $300.
The suits are available in many colours, from a muted grey to a sheer white to a bold white, with designs featuring intricate designs of flowers, trees, birds, fish and other sea creatures.
They are available from online sellers such as the White Bedding Company, which sells “Bewitching White” suits for $299, and from New Zealand’s largest outdoor clothing retailer, Blue Cross.
Some styles of “B-W-S” suits are also available.
Blue Cross has also introduced its “Bwazee” collection of “breezy” suits in recent years, which include the “Bawazee White” suit and the “Bee Keeper” suit.
Another favourite is the “Beach Breeze”, a suit that has become popular with those who enjoy getting up early in the morning and going for a swim in the surf.
A “beach beach” is defined as a beach with a sandy bottom, but the waves don’t rise high enough to be considered beach.
They typically range from about 10m to 15m, and are often created by the wind or the waves breaking over rocks, sand and other objects.
“We love it because it’s very relaxing, and it’s great for those times when you want to get out of the house and relax,” said Mr Smith.
New Zealand’s summer tourism industry is expected to see an estimated $2 billion ($1.2 billion) worth of visitors in 2018, according to Tourism New Zealand.