Make a stylish statement and turn heads on every sandy seashore this summer with Okhtein’s stunning new towel designs.
Easter is coming, and we know you’re already planning where to go. Gouna, Sokhna, Ras Sudr, Sharm el Sheikh, or Dahab? Decisions, decisions… But before you decide where to head, we've got a piece of advice. And let's all be honest here; it’s kind of high time you throw out that old Tinker Bell towel mom bought you decades ago and replace it with a chic new one, because you're not eight years old anymore and it's just plain awkward for a grown adult woman to be wandering around the beach with a towel that looks like she stole it from the cute kid three umbrellas down. Just imagine; you've got your suave aviators on and your sexy Victoria’s Secret bikini, with ripped jean shorts and a white crochet top – the perfectly simple yet stylish look while strutting the beach. And then you lay out your Winnie the Pooh towel on the sand. Now instead, you can add just the right touch to that outfit with Okhtein’s funky new towel designs. “The designs were inspired by summer moods; we chose different graphics that represent summer. We wanted to create fun artwork that would look great by the beach or pool,” Co-Founder Mounaz Abdelraouf tells us.“There are a total of eight designs - four prints on the oval shape and four prints on the rectangle,” Abdelraouf reveals. The Okhtein towels pop with colours and patterns, and ooze that I'm-a-flowery-artsy-Coachella-hipster vibe - in the best way possible. The pink, teal, and yellow combo is a particularly strange yet attractive one to keep your bums happy. “We loved the oval-shaped towel trend that we saw on Tumblr and Pinterest, and we thought it looked very hippie and unique and would look great on the beaches of Egypt. We feel every shore in Egypt has a certain vibe and atmosphere, and every towel sort of speaks to each mood,” Abdelraouf explains, though we’re sure you don’t need incentive to purchase this adorbs beach accessory. Personally, we’re going for the Crazy Monster towel because, well, just look at it– it’s too cute! Check out all the designs below.
Visual Conceptualist: Naila Marei