There is only one word in the swimming world that is synonymous with joy, pride, honor, and thrill. And no, it’s not 200 fly, it’s JOLYN. For the past few years, Jolyn’s have taken the swimming and water sports scene by storm. Speaking from my experience, the number of my teammates that wear Jolyn’s have grown exponentially, even in the last year. It’s become a way for our team to bond. From “twinning” pics to team orders, Jolyn has creating a strong sense of team. Whether it’s the bright colorful patterns, the unique styles of the suits, or even just the small black logo, it’s something that has proven (time and time again) to be much more than just another brand of swimsuit. I can personally say that neither my sister or I have bought a non-Jolyn swimsuit in the last two years.
Not only are Jolyn’s absolutely beautiful to look at (I may have found true love:), they are amazing suits for swimming, training, and all water sports. With both the one pieces and (some) two pieces having adjustable tie-backs, the sizes are flexible and the suits stay up. I have used Jolyn’s for everything; from swim practice to weight training, and from beach bumming to playing a beach game. And never have a suffered from a wardrobe malfunction (if you know what I mean). From training one-pieces to beach bikinis, it’s the only place I ever want to shop.
So if I haven’t already convinced you that Jolyn’s are the best, I took some photos of me, my sister and a friend in our Jolyn’s, to show you what we really mean. I will link as many links as possible down below, and please let me know in the comments if you want more information on sizing!
One Pieces- https://jolynclothing.com/pages/onesies-category
Active Wear- https://jolynclothing.com/pages/dryland-accessories
Purple One Piece- https://jolynclothing.com/collections/solid-nico-tie-back-onesie
This recipe is all the goodness of gyoza, with no carbs!
Ingredients: (serves 6)
600 grams minced pork
5 cloves garlic, minced
1/3 knob ginger, grated
3/4 cup chives, chopped
4 tbsp. soy sauce
1 tbsp. yakitori sauce
2 tsp. chili oil
garlic salt, to taste
1 tbsp. sesame oil + 2 tbsp. for frying
- Mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl.
- Form meatballs.
- Fry with sesame oil on medium heat for 5 minutes on each side.
- Eat and be happy:)
Thanks for an amazing trip, Seoul! We’ll be back:)