- Bathing suits, beachwear, day and evening dresses and huarache sandals inspired by the Magical Town and Surf Capital of the Riviera Nayarit.
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Sayulita has been all over the international media in the past few years, to the point that it has inspired quite a few designs in the fashion arena. Bikinis, beachwear, day and evening dresses and huaraches (sandals) are just a few of the products that have recently been announced online.
Designer Tori Praver and her homonymous bikini line launched two new one-piece suits, great for hitting the waves in the Riviera Nayarit’s Capital of Surf.
Reformation, a women’s clothing brand with an eco-conscience flair, was founded by Yael Aflalo and Chi Bui out of Los Angeles. This brand launched a mini dress in a light-colored flower pattern and another in black, for a more elegant look.
Apiece Apart created another two dresses, one for the day at the beach and the other ideal for a romantic evening dinner.
Designer Yuki Matsuda collaborated with Chamula, a brand of hand woven huaraches made by Mexican artisans, and launched a very traditional style that speaks to the culture of Mexico. The product is being sold under the Madewell brand.
The above-mentioned pieces can be found at the online store Lyst.com, one of the largest and most popular on the planet, and ShopBop.com, another online store with a tremendous international reach.
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