SHOP THE LOOK: Etro caftan; Lanvin sandals; Barbara Habig raffia hat; Ray-Ban Wayfarers; Sans Arcidet "Laybala" tote; "Shaken Not Stirred" - a memoir by Tim Gunn; KINDLE e-book reader; Lavanila sunscreen SPF 30; Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh; Lancome Color Fever Gloss in "Flushed Rose"; SEPHORA by OPI "Teal We Meet Again"
According to Trip Advisor's annual "nude beach survey results", nearly half of all Americans (49%) would happily bare it all at a nude beach - up from 48% in 2010 and, interestingly, a whopping jump of 31% as compared with 2009. “When it is practiced in appropriate areas, such as clothing-optional beaches and AANR member nudist clubs, parks and resorts, nude recreation is a natural way to enjoy a relaxing experience for individuals, couples and families," says Susan Weaver, president of the American Association for Nude Recreation...probably because you don't have to worry about what to wear. Except for sunscreen of course! And for when you're to'ing & fro'ing, we got you covered (literally) with this cute caftan, some chic accessories & fun footwear.
From July 4-10, it's Nude Recreation Week when member-clubs welcome non-members! So whether you decide to head for a clothing-optional beach, lake or pool, keep your experience fun and fabulous by observing proper etiquette with these helpful tips from the AANR: