Style: Making Waves


Hit the beach in eco-friendly style


By Ann Wycoff



Photo by Anthony Verde, Styling by Camilla Slattery

Tilley Endurables’ TH4 Hemp Hat staves off sunburn with a laid-back-adventurer feel. $79, tilley.com

Cover sun-kissed skin with Omala’s bamboo, hoodie dress—it sports a sleeve pocket designed to hold your iPod. $90, omala.com

Amy Sacks Masa Mahogony sunglasses are made from bamboo and they’re as sustainable as they are chic. $175, amysacks.com

Legendary surf photographer Aaron Chang designed this reversible, recycled polyester bikini, allowing you to rock two hot looks for the price of one. Top, $54, bottom, $45, aaronchang.com

El Naturalista’s Ikebana sandal has leather uppers tanned with vegetable extracts and ground tree bark. $125, elnaturalista.com

The ultimate eye-candy tote, Nahui Ollin’s organic canvas Artesenal Quintana is hand-embroidered with yarn colored with natural dyes. $229, nahuiollin.com

Laze in the sun on this leopard-print towel by Rogan for Target, made entirely from organic cotton. $30, target.com

Stroll the boardwalk in El Naturalista’s men’s Arrecife sandal—hand-stitched with a recycled rubber sole. $150, elnaturalista.com

Think polar bear cool in this US-made, organic cotton T-shirt from Darwin Design Clothing. $22, darwindesignclothing.com

Hang ten in Patagonia’s Minimalist II Board Shorts, made from recycled polyester with a durable, water-repellent finish. $55, patagonia.com        

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