The Summer Towel

My family and I have been literally living at the beach or spending time in my parents pool this summer. Honestly, it’s been the best. The weather has been perfect so we are taking every bit of advantage of it. I will say though beach and pool time require a ton of gear too. Every outing, I’m checking off the mental list in my head – do we have enough towels, rash guards, boogie boards, water bottles, sun blocks, goggles, snacks, etc. All of these necessities have my beach bag filled to the brim and my laundry each night is definitely over the top. But it’s summer, right?!

I discovered Bersuse Towels this summer, and they have been a life saver! These Turkish towels are lightweight, highly absorbent, super soft, and dry super fast. They are perfect for everything really – beach, pool, bath, spa, sauna, gym, yoga, travel, picnic, home decoration, throw, shawl, sarong, pare, baby care.

I love that they can easily roll up and fit in my bag easily, especially when I’m toting five of them! The kids love them because they are usually dry in between their dips in the ocean or pool, so they always have something dry to throw on themselves. Bersuse Towels are anti-microbial-unlike fluffy cotton towels- so they do not get smelly and are machine washable and I swear get softer after each wash!

Bersuse towels are available on Amazon as well as their online store. They come in a few sizes, and a ton of different patterns, colors, and prints! I will warn you, it’s really hard to choose just one because they are all so fun!

And my fav…when you purchase Bersuse products, 10% of their net profits are donated to premature and multiple birth foundations! Thanks Bersuse for giving back to the community and providing the best summer towels on the market!

About Brianne

Once a fashion showroom owner now turned mom and blogger/writer. I live in NYC with my husband, three children and enjoy our fast paced city life. My blog Stroller In The City boasts about city living, kids fashion and all things that are mommy. Being a mom doesn't mean you need to lose sight of the cool stuff.