Summer Feels in a Cold Winter

Not all of us can live in sunny San Diego where it feels like summer all year long. For most, it’s that time of year when people are wishing it was warmer as winter rolls around the corner or has already arrived. We’ve pulled together some fun ways to help those beach babes at heart make it through the colder season.



#1. Rock Some Hair Accessories Made From Swim Material

Of course, we have to highlight our very own Kini Bands line of hair accessories. Not only are they stylish and multi-functional, but you are sure to feel closer to the sea when wearing one of our hair ties or headbands. Check out our hair accessories collections of different styles to find what speaks to you and your summer-lovin’ soul.
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#2. Beach Décor Galore

Beach-themed décor is becoming a trend and it’s the perfect way to escape from a cold winter reality. Hang some ocean-colored frames, lay out some shells, and curl up with a book in your new designed room. For those of you that enjoy a DIY project, check out these cute beach themed crafts that will take your mind right to the coast.

11 beach inspired diy crafts
#3. Listen To the Waves

Buy a relaxing soundtrack such as Ocean Waves- Calming Sounds of the Sea, so you can wake up, clean the house, or fall asleep to the peaceful sound of the ocean. This is very meditative and will definitely help those beach wanderlusts feel as though their toes are in the water.

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#4. A Beach-Inspired Holiday Tree

Lastly, with the holidays just around the corner, begin to plan an adorable tree filled with ocean and beach ornaments. We love the idea of a tree covered in netting, starfish, sand dollars, and ocean themed animals. This is a sure way to experience the holiday and make your inner beach spirit happy!

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So-long winter blues! With these four ideas all of those summer feels will be with you regardless of how cold the weather truly is. And for those in San Diego, you know that it does get a little chilly here too – we just don’t tell anyone that 😉
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