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Boudewijn towel featured in California Home and Design Magazine

Beach blankets hardly need be a luxury. With that said, I'd still rather not show up to the beach or park and lay out some tragic old holey thing found at the back of my closet. That's why I'm into these linen deck towels from designer Buck Ellison. They're simple and chic, thin enough to fit in a beach bag, but also can be worn as a makeshift sarong should your bag be stuffed to the brim.

 

Beach blankets hardly need be a luxury. With that said, I'd still rather not show up to the beach or park and lay out some tragic old holey thing found at the back of my closet. That's why I'm into these linen deck towels from designer Buck Ellison. They're simple and chic, thin enough to fit in a beach bag, but also can be worn as a makeshift sarong should your bag be stuffed to the brim. 

I'd even like one slung over a chair when not in use outdoors. They go for about $40 to $100, depending on size and color, and can be easily machine-washed after a rowdy day at the park. Pick one up for your weekend at General Store or Gravel and Gold in San Francisco, or find them online here.

 

 

 


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