Summer days are all about sun and fun. Here are some tips and accessories to make sure your days spent at the beach, pool or lake are picture-perfect for posting on social media.
Look great in all your summer photos by rocking your squint free look. Get equipped with a pair of shades, a stylish sun hat or both. These accessories pull double-duty, protecting you from the UV rays while keeping you camera-ready at all times.
Whatever Floats Your Boat
If you love lounging in the water, get ready to take your relaxation style to a whole new level and make the day spent with friends totally “Insta-worthy.”
Join the likes of A-list celebrities with the hottest trend in summer fun — larger-than-life floats. The newest novelty floats introduced by Intex for this summer season include photo-realistic, high definition printing that looks just like the real thing, only way bigger. They have Potato Chip bag and French Fry container floats that will make you hungry, along with a Pizza Slice Mat, that allows everyone to float alone or join together and form one giant pizza float. Other new designs that will help you stand out from the crowd include the Mega Unicorn and Peacock Island Floats which can measure more than 9 feet. Durable, fun, trendy and easy-to-inflate, these are not your typical pool floats. They all are currently available at a store near you or at your favorite online retailer.
Protect Your Tech
Don’t leave your phone at home or at the bottom of your bag, protect it from the hot sun, sand and water with the right case. The best options will go beyond simple water-resistance to be fully waterproof, keeping phones protected even after full submersion, because you never know when you’re going swimming. With options that range from pouches to full-body cases, there are models to fit every need, and these days, your case can be customized to match your style using the design of your choosing.
Wherever your summer fun takes you, don’t leave home without all the season’s essentials for good times, great posts and lasting memories.
Courtesy of State Point Media