Found Awesomeness: Featured Review

August 13th, 2011 | By | 3,934 Comments

This week’s featured review….the RVCA Blind Faith Tee

It’s business in the front and party in the back. With no visible relation to the glam hair cut sported by 80′s Latin boy bands and truckers alike, this unassuming plain white tee is bringing back the fun. We’d rock it paired with our favorite Free People bandeau for a night out, or with a denim blazer for an ode to 90′s nostalgia. This RVCA tee may not have your back, but it certainly makes the cut for any occasion.

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Swell at the 2011 Watermans Classic Golf Tourney

August 12th, 2011 | By | 4,356 Comments
Billabong Crew w/ SWELL girls

Billabong Crew w/ SWELL girls

Hole #16 was where it was at. This was our sponsored hole for the day. We posted up with a Mexican motif, including a taco cart with all of the tastiest tacos you could eat, along with an array of Mexican decoration and 2 lovely ladies pouring the players shots of tequila

Every player that got to our hole absolutely digged our taco scene. In fact people even came back to hit up the taco cart for “seconds” and “thirds.”

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Rise Your Glass(es): Top 5 Sunglasses of the Season

August 11th, 2011 | By | 2,774 Comments

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Pictured above: Super Flat Top Sungalsses, Raen Flowers Polarizes Sunglasses, Raen The Underwood Sunglasses, Special Edition Ray-Ban Wayfarers, VonZipper Checko Sunglasses

Looking to view the world through unique lenses? Our buyers have curated a special edition, stand-out shades collection…for your viewing pleasure. Top picks include some bright orange Wayfarers, rounded mod frames from Raen, and 70′s stache-inspired shades from Super.
Any favorites?

View all unique sunglasses here

Look Good, Do Good: Wayuu Taya Bags!

August 10th, 2011 | By | 4,956 Comments

New at Swell: Wayuu Taya Bags

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Sport this season’s native print trend while supporting Latin-American indigenous communities. In addition to being one-of-a-kind, hand crafted bags, the proceeds from the sale Wayuu Taya bags go to benefiting the Wayuú indigenous people. The bags are hand-made by Wayuú indigenous women at Shukumajaya, the foundation’s women center that helps educate women on parenting and nutrition, family planning and hygiene.
View Wayuu Taya Bags here