The essential items for your Easter away...

Long weekend wishlist!

Even though the weather may be a tad anti-beach right now, there is no doubt that there are a few beach holidays planned for this long weekend.  With Good Friday right on our toes, excitement levels are starting to kick in, so we have picked out some swoon-worthy Easter inspired items for your getaway.


Probably one of the most integral, and most forgotten, items for a beach holiday is the beach towel.  There is no need to sacrifice your good taste for a tatty towel that has been shoved to the back of the cupboard for years on end, only dredged out when certain holiday guests reveal they have forgotten theirs.  It’s time for a refresh – and this beauty is just the thing you need.  You can find this baby at Ivy & Bird, and when you’re not at the beach, it’s perfect to use as a picnic blanket, throw, or even a decoration hanging.  Ultra absorbent and created using the softest cotton, the more you wash it, the softer and more absorbent it becomes, just like a fine wine, only getting better with age!

Sometimes family holidays can turn into a bit of a zoo, so why not just embrace the inner animal with this leopard printed silk cap from Zimmermann‘s Summer Swim 14 collection!?  Sunsafe, stylish, and swoonworthy – three ticks!

And, you can’t forget about a little something for the kids!  Decorated with an illustration of a bunny, this adorbs top from eeni meeni miini moh is the perfect Easter accessory for your bub!  You’ll find it in the boys section, but who thinks it would still look cute as pie on a little girl?!  Yeah, us too!  Now you just have to make sure it’s not covered with chocolate by the time the week is out!

No one does it like Robb & Lulu!  With original prints that are created in the mind of illustrator Lulu McDermott, this bikini will take you from the beach to the lap pool.  The print will turn heads and the design will keep you comfy, meaning no constant fiddling with loose strings or tie sides – this swimwear is all about ease.

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April 14, 2014