As Time Goes By

Check out these modern beach fashions inspired by some of recent history’s most stylish decades.

the '20s

On Him: Mossimo tank top, $9.99; Target in Manhattan Beach, target.com. Pants, $69; American Apparel in Manhattan Beach, americanapparel.com. 

On Her: Volcom striped one-piece swimsuit, $90; Diane’s Beachwear in Manhattan Beach, dianesbeachwear.com. Necklace, $125, earrings, $75; Doubletake in Hermosa Beach, idoubletake.com. 

 

the '50s

On Him: Wellen swim trunks, $78, shoes, $115; Blvd. in Manhattan Beach, blvdmb.com. White shirt, $64.50; J.Crew at Plaza El Segundo, jcrew.com. Sunglasses, $144.95; Sunglass Hut in Manhattan Beach. 

On Her: Billabong bikini, $76, Neuw shorts, $89; Beehive in Manhattan Beach. Shoes, $29.95; H&M at Plaza El Segundo, hm.com. Anna Beck earrings, $100; Doubletake in Hermosa Beach.

 

the '50s

On Her: 3D flower bandeau top, $30, and bottom, $30; American Apparel. Board courtesy of Nikau Kai.

 

the '70s

On Him: Shred trunks, $38; American Apparel in Manhattan Beach. Steve Madden shoes, $49.99; Macy’s at Manhattan Village, macys.com. Sunglasses, $7.95; H&M at Plaza El Segundo.

On Her: Splendid bikini top, $56, bottom, $48, and white Billabong cover up, $40; Diane’s Beachwear in Manhattan Beach. Necklace, $198; Allison by the Beach in Manhattan Beach, allisonbythebeach.com. Large stone cuff, $24; Free People in Manhattan Beach, freepeople.com. Floral head wreath, $10.50; Claire’s at Del Amo Mall in Torrance, claires.com. BCBG platform shoes, $45; Doubletake in Hermosa Beach. Billabong hippie bag, $44; Beehive in Manhattan Beach. Gold ring, $5.95; at H&M at Plaza El Segundo.

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