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Agence France-Presse
June 17, 2013
If that boring black neoprene wetsuit is spoiling your beach-going fun, here are a few chic ways to dress up your days on the waves ahead of International Surfing Day.

Travel Kit, by SeventyOne Percent

This kit comes with everything a seasoned surfer could need for a day on the water: energy shots, a sunblock stick, and cooling gel, with one percent of the profits going to the SurfRider foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping our oceans clean. €55

Cynthia Rowley's floral wetsuit

Designer Cynthia Rowley is reportedly a self-proclaimed surf addict. Her 2mm neoprene wetsuit features a feminine touch but with room for practical features like an exposed zippered pocket for keys. $375

Chanel surfboard

For fashion victims who love the waves, Parisian fashion house Chanel has designed a set of surfboards in black, white, and red for the nifty price tag of €4,500.

Diane von Furstenberg's Roxy line

If you dream of owning a swimsuit that is both fashionable and sporty, DVF Loves Roxy can fit the bill by matching Furstenberg's iconic bold prints with Roxy's surfer silhouettes -- with surfers Kelia Moniz and Monyca Byrne-Wicke as the faces of the line. Comprising 35 pieces, the line includes swimwear, beach cover-ups, board shorts, rash guards, and beach bags. Prices range from $25 to $75.

Colored Nosecoat by Zinka

Brighten up the beach with California brand Zinka's line of waterproof sunblock for your nose in a range of intense colors, all with 25 percent zinc oxide to protect your skin from the sun's rays. $6.99