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During the summer, I spend a lot of time at the beach. And while my beach bag is always packed with essentials like sunscreen and water, I never head out without a Las Bayadas beach blanket.
These Mexican-made blankets first caught my eye a few years ago when I spotted a rainbow blanket on the beach and immediately went to Google to find my own. Not only are these blankets vibrant, but they are incredibly soft and lightweight, unlike a traditional beach towel. They dry off quickly and are large in size (they’re 78 x 78 in.), making them perfect for sharing with friends.
If you’re new to the brand, Las Bayadas began more than 10 years ago when “a young and adventurous French girl arrived to a small fishing town named Sayulita in Mexico.” Today, the brand also offers bags and kid-size blankets, but its products continue to be inspired by traditional Mexican woven patterns and have a little French touch.
Plus, Las Bayadas also keeps the environment in mind while producing its goods in Mexico; the brand works with a local recycled cotton company when creating each collection.
These blankets are, of course, perfect for bringing to the beach or pool, but you could easily use them as a picnic blanket, a table cloth or a decorative pop of color in your home, too. I’ve gifted blankets to a bunch of my family and friends, so if you have a loved one’s birthday coming up, I can’t recommend Las Bayadas enough. Also worth noting, the brand offers custom items for weddings if you want to give a blanket or bag with a personal touch to your guests!
P.S. You can score free international shipping on orders over $100!
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