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Surf’s Up!

by Amy Azzarito

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After looking through the photos ofย John Witzig, I decided that even if I can’t surf, I can still dress and accessorize with the ocean in mind. (I’ve been lusting after the sunset beach tote ever since our Montauk trip earlier this summer.) I’m trying to squeeze out the last little bit of summer, and to me, that means spending these last days of summer beach side – watching the surfers from the safety of the sand.ย  –Amy

See more surf products (and all the links) after the jump!


Image above: 1. indoek wax kit $95 | 2. small african beads $25 | 3. urchin gold mirror $1,950 | 4. harper cobalt $90 | 5. voyager rope key chain $55 | 6. apophyllite ring $150 | 7. raffia crochet backpack $115 | 8. sand dollar key chain $19.95 | 9. sunset beach pouch $65

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Image above: 1.ย  ray-ban original aviator $195 | 2. aztec blue-short poncho $120 | 3. coral beaded necklace $88 | 4. granada rug nomad bag $119 | 5. moss acquamarine bangle $46 | 6. colorblock leather pouch $49.50 | 7. soap in seaweed $24

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Image above: geneva radio $250

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