Trinkets To Rock @ The Beach

Trinkets To Rock @ The Beach

Trinkets To Rock @ The Beach

Enjoying that glow is more delightful when you have a full outfit and not a tad bit of worry when you accessorize. Check out these trendy and water/sea friendly items you can adorn yourself with!


Tali Ti Amianan Bracelets

These bracelets were born out of love in the surftown of San Juan La Union from upcycled materials. Crafted by their women, these are some trinkets you can share with your besties. You can wear them when you are swimming, surfing, and chillin’! Enjoy the multitude of cute colours and be the champion of their advocacy.


Hyphen Manila

(Lead and Nickel Free)

Good for your skin and guaranteed to not rust, a little fashion won’t hurt your Beach OOTD. No need to worry about them getting wet and if you have skin allergies, these pieces are sure to give you peace of mind.


By Fini Headband

Handmade with fabric sourced from all over the world, Fini pieces only come per season. With the quality that they offer, these pretty headbands are similar to having a crown that is made of clouds.


Palamuti Brass Rings & Bands

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Look like the sun goddess you are and be all out in brass rings & bands. Forged using brass by indigenous tribe women in Cotabato. Not only will you look like the ultimate queen but you will also be supporting local.


Sun Jellies Summer Tote

Last but not the least, all outfits are not complete without a bag. Perfect for your last-of-summer getaways, these bags are dainty and screams fun! Just make sure to check all of their offerings because we are sure it won’t be easy choosing which one you really want though of course you can get them all!


What do you always have with you at the beach? Let us know by commenting down below!


Featured photo grabbed from Palamuti’s instagram page (@lovepalamuti)


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