Back in the 80s, baja hoodies were all the rage for Southern California surfers.  Part Mexican blanket, part grainsack, these cotton woven jackets with their multi-color broad stripes came over the border to the beach cities up and down the coast and became an instant hit.

Who could forget Jeff Spicoli sporting his hoodie while ordering a pizza in class from the cult hit Fast Times at Ridgemont High?

According to bajahoodiez, the hoodie is not actually from Baja Mexico  but “originated from Central and South America and is closely related to the poncho.”

Lucky for us it has woven its way back into modern times and can be found in beach houses coast to coast where it signals a casual, laid-back lifestyle.  Check it out.

Dash and Albert’s Tortola blanket is soft and colorful and also comes in a variety of colors.

Their blue awning stripe, birmingham red woven, and ranch stripe pillows and are a fun variation of the nautical look.

John Robshaw makes a vintage-looking pillow in indigo blue stripes which has a global feel to it.

This vintage chair was updated with fresh white paint and reupholstered in a baja striped linen from F& S Fabrics in west Los Angeles.

The breezy shades of blue work nicely with a jute rug.

Create your own custom furniture using other striped options from F&S Home.

This Byer of Maine hammock looks good enough for a siesta and comes in a variety of colors.

Surf’s up!  See you in Todos los Santos.  Cabo is so yesterday.