What’s In My Beach Bag

//  1  ~  Camelbak of ice water  //  2  ~  Palo Alto by James Franco  //  3  ~ tangled Apple headphones (plus iPhone not pictured)  // 4  ~ vintage Rokit sunglasses // 5  ~  All Good sunscreen  // 6  ~ Kind granola bars  // 7  ~ EOS lemon chapstick  // 8  ~  Pottery Barn towel  //

Dear Reader,

This is a bit of a follow up to my latest post  which featured a Pink Slip Boutique floral romper and striped tote. After taking pictures for that post, I headed over to the beach to celebrate my first day of summer. The tote was the perfect size to fit my towel and everything  (it’s usually a struggle for me to find a bag that can accommodate all my beach necessities), and I seriously recommend you invest in one.

Also, just a reminder that if you do take a peek on the Pink Slip site and pick anything out, you can enter NataliePSB as a discount code at checkout and get 10% off! (This is good until next Sunday so take advantage for sure!)

XX, Natalie

P.S. Comment what you take to the beach.

* Disclaimer: this post is sponsored by Pink Slip Boutique  *


25 responses

  1. Judging by all the comments here, once you’re done reading you should definitely do a book review on Palo Alto. I’ve been looking for something new to read! I can’t wait to get out to the beach this weekend!
    Thanks for the lovely post 🙂


  2. How far have you gotten into Palo Alto? I had to stop reading about halfway through because it was so in your face


  3. Great necessities for your beach going endeavors. Love the glasses and the book looks interesting. Looking forward to hearing how it is. Me, I haven’t been to the beach in quite a while, but when I do, it’s usually just for a walk, lunch, and just to listen to the ocean. Being a cancer survivor, I tend to not lay out in the sun. Yes, I love being outdoors and at the beach, but I just do not lay out like that. Unless I have an umbrella to enjoy. Cheers and a fun post.


  4. Cuuuute, I love the Rokit shades! And it’s good to see you’ve got sunscreen with you – skin protection is a must.
    Do let me know how you get on with Palo Alto. I’m a bit sceptical about Franco’s literary skills for all the usual reasons but if you enjoy it then I may well give it a try 🙂
    Much love from London Town xx


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