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September 09, 2020 2 min read

Our pick of this season’s 5 stylish eco-friendly beach essentials list is here to stay your (next beach) day. Ever arrived at the beach for a day of tanning and saltwater dips only to realise you’d forgotten to pack the essentials? Yep, us too. From cover ups to eco-friendly sunscreens, consider these 5 beach essentials for your next sun-soaked adventure. 



An absolute beach essential. Whether drying your body or a cover-up, a Turkish towel is always the answer. You can find our Love Mantra Towel that is made from 100% luxurious cotton sourced from Turkey. PS - it's also about half the weight of a terry towel and will easily fold into your tote. 



As much as we love and live for sunny days, we are serious about protecting our skin. Always remember to apply and reapply sunscreen for your face and body. Our favorite brands are Supergoop!, Le Tan and Pai Skincare. Good for the planet, the ocean, and your skin. 












Hydration is key and even more so when you’re spending long periods of time outside and in the sun. Don’t be caught out having to buy a plastic bottle because you weren’t prepared. Instead, invest in a stainless-steel water bottle that will keep your water nice and cool all day long. S’well, and CORKCICLE are creating bottles in minimalist colours and chic designs.












A tote bag is always a great way to carry your belongings to the beach and everywhere in between. We love the basket bag from Cesta Collectivea brand that empowers female artisans in Rwanda, Africa and whose focus is on producing goods sustainably. For a more island luxe style we love the Myconian Drop Bag from AZAR The Story, where all pieces are handcrafted in Bali using locally sourced materials.










We believe there is no better occasion for accessorising with a hat than at the beach or by the pool. A style that is classy and elegant is a woven straw hat. Sustainable brands such as Cuyana and Eugenia Kim have all designed iterations of this early 90’s trend in their own unique way.

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