BRELLI: Not your ordinary umbrella

August 26, 2012 Updated: October 1, 2015
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Rachel Bilson with the BRELLI in Nylon Magazine. (Courtesy of Nylon Magazine/BRELLI)

Rain, sun, and wind are no match for this fabulous find—the BRELLI.

With an Asian-inspired design, the BRELLI is not just another eco-umbrella. It maintains a high level of integrity when it comes to protecting you and the planet.

It is strong enough to outlast 40 mph winds and shield you from rain. And it’s designed to completely biodegrade in less than five years once discarded.

Plus its transparent canopy gives you 99 percent protection from the sun’s UVA, UVB, and UVC rays.

The material is handmade from 100 percent biodegradable plastic, cotton, and sustainable renewable bamboo. The styles come in four sizes and range from $66 to $84 at www.thebrelli.com.

Founder Pamela Zonsius told The Epoch Times, “It makes one feel beautiful and … is fun at the same time.”

We think the BRELLI makes a perfect transition piece from summer into fall and beyond.

Can’t you just see yourself basking in the tranquil glow of the late summer sun, under the protection of a stylish BRELLI? We sure can!

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