With the summer season comes several beach trips here and overseas. As soon as March began, we could already see vacation photos all over our feeds.
We already told you the key pieces you should cop. This time, we’re giving you a list of waterproof bags you can bring to the beach. These bags will surely keep your things dry whether you’re just leaving them on the sand or bringing them onto a boat. So if you’re looking for the perfect bag to keep your sunblock, sarong, and towel in, shop our picks below.
This spacious bag can fit anything from a beach towel to an 11-inch laptop. What’s also great about this is that you can choose from various colors and also customize the straps and inner lining. So if you want an everyday tote, choose something gray or white. For a more summery feel, go for yellow or orange. Available online.
This minimalist bag is big enough to fit your beach essentials, and you can also use this for your everyday items. It has several pockets and straps that let you convert it from shoulder bag, body bag, to backpack. Available on Nordstrom.
Gouache Lunch Bag
This one’s meant for carrying food containers so you can bring snacks and lunch to the beach. It’s also a good compact bag to pack your towel and cover-up in. It’s made with polyester taffeta and is water-resistant inside and outside. It’s also crafted with Marikina Bag Makers so you’re supporting local businesses too! Available online.
If you want to keep your hands free while strolling the beach, use a drawstring backpack. This one from Sacola PH is made with waterproof polyester and burlap, and has antique gold hardware for that rustic vibe. Available online.
Aside from your swimsuit, you also need a water-resistant bag to bring drinks (AKA, wine!) with. This Sperry bucket bag is like a collapsible cooler where you can put ice in. The melted ice water will come out of the built-in grommet hole, and it won’t ruin the bag. Available at Glorietta 4.
Art by Yayie Motos and inserts by Faith Endaya
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