What's in Your Beach Bag?


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a bikini   Bandeau with velour binding, $79, from Bloomingdale’s, and bottoms with velour tie, $73, available on-line only at nordstrom.com. Both by Juicy Couture Beach.
sandals  O’Neill SPF 30 sandals, $13.50; oneill.com.
 novel "Catch of the Day"  Catch of the Day by Whitney Lyles, $14; whitneylyles.com.
 moisture mist for hair  Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Moisture Mist for hair and body, $9.95; 800-321-JPMS, paulmitchell.com.
 sunscreen Spa MD lightweight, oil-free sunscreen, $37; 858-459-6868, spa-md.com.
 beach tote Jellyfish straw beach bag, $24; jellyfishbyj.com.
 cover-up  Ella cover-up, $150, from L.A. Fairchild; 760-487-1277, lafairchild.com.
 vitamin water  Vitaminwater by Glacéau, $1.39; vitaminwater.com.
 cowgirl hat  Coldwater Creek raffia cowgirl hat, $39; coldwatercreek.com.
sunglasses   Charade lightweight, oversized sunglasses, $325, from Oliver Peoples Eyewear; oliverpeoples.com.
 beach towels  Paisley beach towels, $29 each, from Pottery Barn; potterybarn.com.
beach chair  Kauai lightweight folding beach chair with carrying strap, $19.95, from Crate & Barrel; crateandbarrel.com.

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