A few weeks ago, Julie and Lauren 
opened our eyes to something amazing...

The aim of Mott 50 is to provide fashionable clothes which also help to combat the sun's harmful rays.
Every piece of clothing they make is tested to be UPF 50, which offers ten times more protection than a plain white t-shirt. {The basic whites have a UPF of only 5!} Check out some of their stylish pieces below if you're looking for a fashionable way to stay sun savvy...

Though we haven't had the chance to test any of these beauties, they are certainly on our wish lists!
Clothing with UPF doesn't mean you shouldn't apply sunscreen--it just gives an extra peace of mind that you're doing everything possible to be sun savvy.  

What have you done differently since you signed the sun savvy pledge?


  1. i'm feeling very committed to the skin protection lately! just grabbed your button and i'm placing it at the right side of my blog.. keep on the good work<3


  2. i love what you gals are doing here. would love to contribute too! :) as someone who worked in a tanning salon for years, has had a grandmother with skin cancer, a mom with pale skin, red hair and freckles i've seen the many faces that "sun care" or lack thereof can do to someone. i stopped tanning about 7 years ago and haven't looked back since. other than the occasional spray tan, of course.

    what i want - hairspray with SPF for those days at the beach! i don't like putting oily lotion onto my scalp and sometimes it's just too hot for a hat.

  3. Great that you're sharing this!
    p.s. luv that simple tunic!

  4. I love the idea of this blog! I'm all about sun care and keeping safe so I'm definitely gonna start following!


  5. This is such an interesting concept to this blog. It's really cool that these clothes have more sun protection. I love the maxi dress!


  6. This is really cool. I love what you girls are doing! I have strong ties with family members with skin cancer, and really am proactive about it. Keep up the great work!


  7. i just found your blog and i'm obsessed. i am actually a public health major and something that i have always been passionate about is skin cancer. i complain about being pale, but i'm pale because i am a sunscreen nazi. i am all about being safe and still maybe getting some color. i love this idea and i fully support it.