WHAT YOU SHOULD PACK FOR THE BEACH
Tesalate Sand-Free Towel
Everybody loves the beach. (If you don’t, then we can’t be friends). But nobody likes bringing the beach back home with them! We never thought about how much sand a towel carries until we compared it with a Tesalate sand-free towel. Absorbent, quick-drying, compact and sand-free, once you have one of these in your beach kit, we promise you won’t want to go back to an ordinary towel. Choose from an array of bright, graphic prints and soon, you’ll be the envy of fellow beach goers.
Eubi Board Shorts
Established in 2016, Eubi’s mission is simple – “To stop guys from wearing boring shorts”. And they’re certainly doing a good job!
Eubi signature board shorts are made from a textile blend of dense microfibre which the company has trademarked, EubiLite. These shorts are quick-drying, feature a coated finish for UV protection and also include an inner mesh for ultimate comfort. The brand is committed to being socially responsible, donating a portion of their sales to Trees.org as part of their #EUBIgivesback campaign.
Bevan is a huge fan of EUBI’s funky graphics, with the bright yellow drawstring on his Go Bananas shorts adding a cool colour pop. In comparison to other board shorts he’s worn, the inner mesh adds a noticeable touch of comfort (i.e. no inner thigh chafing). If you’re keen to look as hip as Bevan on your next summer holiday, shop Eubi online and don’t forget to use our discount code – EUBIJ&B10.
Make sure to give them a follow on Instagram @eubi_official.
I visited a couple of chain pharmacies and unfortunately only found brands which included at least one of the above ingredients. Given that the beach is a large part of the Aussie lifestyle, sunscreen is necessary. With further research, we’ll be making the switch to a reef-safe sunscreen to reduce our carbon footprint as much as possible, on land and in the water.
If you’ve found a particular brand that you’d recommend, be sure to let me know!
Segara Swim Bikini
My style has become simple and refined over time. You won’t find me in a flashy, bold print but rather sleek flattering designs mostly in block colours. I found Segara Swim through another travel blogger (thank you Selena from Find Us Lost) and I adore the “less is more” mentality which brand owner, Eva Leung, communicates through her designs.
Inspired by the natural beauty of Bali, the swimwear line is named Segara, which means ‘ocean’ in Indonesian. Eva has made the conscious decision to keep production in her hometown of Los Angeles California, supporting local communities and reducing their carbon footprint.
Oztrail Beach Shade
Have you ever visited the beach on a blistering day and looked on longingly for a little patch of shade for a moment of respite? We certainly have here in Australia! But instead of pitching a beach umbrella, why not pitch an Oztrail beach shade. Designed for instant set up, the beach shade gives you room to stretch out whilst offering serious sun protection with its UPF50+ fabric. We’ve loved taking our Sunrise Pop Up down to Queensland’s beaches during our weekend day trips. As it packs up quickly and is easy to carry, the beach shade is not too cumbersome to cart from the car to the beach and vice versa!
View the full range of Oztrail Beach Shades here.
POSSE Linen Dress
I have my eyes on the white Kai Cami Dress. It’s the perfect mini to throw on over your bikini when travelling to the beach or if you need to do a smoothie run in between swimming and sunbathing.
Shop the full range at www.theposse.com.au.
Ellen and James Pearl Large Round bag
Search for more ati bags on the Ellen & James website.
James Smith “Off Duty” Woven Slides
Drool over the mules on the James Smith online store.
What do you pack when you go to the beach? Share your must haves in the comments below!