We curated fun and casual and colorful beach attire to make you feel chill and bring on a smile. This is a selection of amazing products made by women that are sustainable, personalized, and flattering to women's bodies. 

1. Claire Bella by Kathy Story

Our first essentials are a beach towel and a bag by Clairebella. They offer personalized beach towels, bags, accessories, and graphic tees. With free-spirited and beautiful designs, you can customize your beach towel with your chosen method and name. Kathy grew up in an artistic family, with fond memories of her grandmother spinning pottery on her pottery wheel. Kathy's mission is to create happy products for your home and lifestyle that bring you joy. Kathy's products have been featured on HGTV, Southern Living, and more. 


monogramed beach towel and beach bag

Costs: The costs for beach towels are around $58. 


2. SummerSalt by Lori Coulter and Reshma Chattaram Chamberlin

The second essential is Summersalt's signature color-blocking one-piece swimsuit called 'The Marina.' They use recycled materials to make the product and packaging to be sustainable. SummerSalt offers a wide variety of swimsuits and cover-ups, loungewear, activewear, clothing, and pajamas. They offer free shipping on your first order of $95 or more by joining an email list. After that, prices range based on the item you're looking at. 


color-blocking one piece orange swimsuit

Cost: Swimsuits range between $45-$145.


3. Genusee by 

Ali Rose VanOverbeke

The third essential is Crystal Fog frames fitted with Rose Gold Mirror lenses. Genusee eyewear is made in Flint, Michigan, from recycled plastic water bottles resulting from the ongoing Flint Water Crisis. Genusee is bringing a new manufacturing legacy to Flint, Michigan, by getting jobs and turning the surplus of plastic waste caused by the man-made water crisis into closed loop eyewear. Genusee frames are made from 100% post-consumer recycled water bottles. Additionally, 1% of net profits are donated back to the Community Fund of Greater Flint. Genusee offers prescription and non-prescription sunglasses, and they are 100% UVA/ UVB protective. There are different colors and styles offered. 

clear frame sunglasses with rose gold lenses
Costs: Starting at $99.


4. Beatrice Valenzuela by Beatrice Valenzuela

Our fourth essential is Plumeria Classis Sandalia sandals from Beatrice Valenzuela, a visual artist based in LA, California. Beatrice creates beautiful mono-colored sandals that are perfect for any outing, beach, pool, park, or anywhere. They are offered in sizes 5-11, and the colors include amethyst, pink, yellow, and more! The mono-color sandal is not the only type of shoe Beatrice offers. Also offered are jewelry, clothing, and accessories! With an intense passion for travel, family, and cuisine, Beatrice hopes to emulate the essence of vitality, beauty, and simplicity in all of her collections. 

 orange pink flat sandals

Costs: The shoes range from $248-$456. 


5. Solara Suncare by Stephanie DiPisa

Our fifth essentials are Solara's luxe collection of suncare moisturizers. Stephanie founded Solara in 2016 to solve a need for her children's sensitive skin and allergies to chemical sunscreens. In addition, Stephanie has Lyme Disease, which helps guide Solara's formulas and make them different. Working with talented chemists, medical professionals, healers, and global testing partners, Solara works to produce healthy skin protection. Solara aims to create a healthy and eco-friendly SPF sunscreen that is not disruptive to your skin. In addition, Solara offers sunscreen, lip serum, body moisturizer, etc. 

clean skincare sun protection

Costs: The prices range between $16 and $130. 


6. VisorGirl by Michelle Mozek

Our last essential is VisorGirl's Terry Cloth "Mint to be" visor. Inspired by sun-soaked and activity-filled weekends, VisorGirl has a collection that empowers women to live boldly every day or on the go. VisorGirl offers sun protection without sacrificing style. VisorGirl offers classic and bold colors for their visors. 

green visor

Costs: Hats range from $28-$44