2020 Best beach bags!
You all know that I love a good coverup to take to the beach but how about all the other accessories that go along with it. From hats, to bags, to sunglasses, and kids items, I love to share with you the things I find that are helpful and stylish.
I am excited to share with you a few fun bags that I am loving this summer. They range from $10 - $100 and each vary in style and purpose. I hope you find this list helpful and I will be sharing more fun finds throughout the summer!!
- The mesh canvas from Amazon is $10. It is so practical for the kid's beach toys. It's large enough to fit a sand pale, shovel, net, sand castle kit, and more. Easy to rinse at the end of the day and light weight for a child to carry.
- The Saltwater Canvas is what I call the "diaper bag" of beach bags. It is under $25 and there are a few color options. It's large enough to fit 4 big towels and has pockets everywhere. With pockets both outside and inside you have plenty of room to pack snacks, drinks, sunscreen, a book, phone, and anything else you would like to bring along. And yes, when my kids were babies, I definitely used those pockets for bottles and swim diapers.
- The Bogg Bag is hard to find. I suggest getting on a waitlist at a local retailer to get one of these when they re-stock. Most stores sell out quickly but this bag is a great option for beach, pool, or boat. It is the most expensive of the options but its waterproof, has a cooler attachment, and many additional ad ons that make this a versatile bag. It also comes in 2 sizes and many fun colors. They also have a matching wine tote and who doesn't need need a class of wine while on vacation?
This summer I am loving my bags by Sun Jellies for the pool. These cute totes are around $30-$40 and are completely waterproof and washable. We use ours mostly for pool toys like dive sticks and goggles. You can order from their website directly or find a retailer near you to order. I used bohemianmama.com.
- The Atomic tote is large enough for 2 towels, a book, drink, and a few toys.
- The Retro basket is smaller and I would suggest using this one more as a purse to carry personal items. If you are taking a break and lounging poolside alone, this tote is great for a book, water bottle, wallet, and a few smaller items.
- The shopper is a larger size and can hold enough for your family. Although without a shoulder strap you may want to keep it on the lighter side.