Sundriven Featured On The Shopping Channel

Shopping Channel Hello, fellow fashionistas! We are excited to share that Sundriven® is now a featured brand on The Shopping Channel. On Sunday, June 7, Sundriven will be airing live on The Shopping Channel at 5am PDT, 10am PDT, and 2pm PDT.

Be sure to tune in and catch some of Sundriven's most popular items, including:

Sundriven Long Gloves

long glovesSundriven's long gloves are touch screen friendly and help to preserve your skin, while regulating your skin's temperature. These are great for protecting the delicate skin on your hands and arms when you're driving during the day or walking around the city. Available in two sizes (XS/S and M/L), stock up on your long gloves in multiple colors, including Poppy Pink, Stone, Orchid, Black, and Graphite.


scarfOlivia Hooded Scarf

By protecting your neck and décolletage, you'll look and feel younger. The Sundriven® Olivia Hooded Scarf brings any outfit to life and by adding a touch of color near your face, it can brighten your complexion and your day. You can wear this scarf multiple ways, whether you want to protect your scalp and neck, or just want a light layer to keep you warm on a summer's eve. Get your hooded scarf in Stone Taupe, Aqua Teal, or Sand.


Taylor Skirt/Dress

taylor dressThat's right! This doubles as both a skirt and a dress, depending on how you style it. Strut your stuff chicly and comfortably in the hot weather in the Sundriven® Taylor skirt/dress. Wrap it around and wear as a classic and swingy midi skirt, or wrap it around your body to create a chic and flirty halter dress. You can also wear it as a strapless beach coverup. The options are endless!

taylor skirt



This is a must-have for vacations, as you can wear it in so many different ways. One size fits all and the Taylor is available in Aqua Teal and Sand.

We love this skirt/dress because it is so versatile, stylish, and comfortable. Even better, the Taylor is a classic silhouette and won't go out of style. Made with every woman's body in mind, this style compliments any shape.

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Author: Melissa Darcey

Sundriven Featured on Fab Over Forty

Fab Over Forty

Kari at the popular women's blog, Fab Over Forty, was kind enough to share her thoughts about Sundriven. Check out her review:

"The glove compartment was originally called a “glovebox” because it was often a box on the floorboard located near the driver. The original purpose was to store gloves, which were worn to keep the hands clean, as many automobiles did not have a hard top and the driver’s hands became numb in the open air. This evolved into the glove compartment whenever it became built into a car and equipped with a light to illuminate its contents. I still refer to that compartment as a glove compartment, although until I tried Sundriven Age-Defying Gloves, it had never stored a pair of gloves. These gloves are dermatologist tested and block out 99% of UVA/UVB rays that can cause spots, prominent veins, or otherwise unsightly changes to our hands that can be telltale signs of aging. I was particularly interested to read that most women “sunbathe for more than 520 hours per year just while driving.”
These gloves feel luxurious and the fabric is lightweight and designed to wick away moisture, keeping your hands cool, even in higher temperatures. They are touchscreen friendly so they can be worn when using your IPhones or iPads, another perk. They are handmade in the United States, specifically, Los Angeles, California, another good reason to purchase the Sundriven brand.
I intend to wear these gloves whenever I partake in outdoor activities, in an effort to prevent further skin damage on my delicate hands. These age-defying gloves are available in Original for $34.00, with color choices of Plum, Light Teal, Light Grey, Taupe and Orange Coral. The long gloves are $38.00 and available in all of the colors with the exception of Light Teal. Order yours today at"
Check out the full review here.

Kym Douglas Talks Sundriven UV Wear

Kym Douglas

World-renowned television and radio host, best selling author, health, beauty, fashion and lifestyle expert, Kym Douglas, reviewed Sundriven's line of clothing and accessories and had some great thoughts to share. Check out her review:

"I know it seems like a no brainer that to protect our skin from the harshness and damage of the sun that we all need to wear sunscreen daily.  But did you also know that there’s such a thing as “sunscreen clothing”? Yes, you heard me correctly.  I recently found an actual anti-aging line of clothing that is designed to block out the sun and protect your skin from its harmful effects.  The best part is that the fabrics are super soft and the clothing is chic just the way I like it. What is the name of this fabulous find you ask? Sundriven.
Sundriven clothing provides a stylish line of wraps, ponchos, and scarves that are must have items for any wardrobe.  They also provide added protection to your skin from the premature signs of aging due to exposure to the sun’s harmful UVA/UVB rays.
There are so many amazing things to say about Sundriven clothing but something that I also found fascinating is that the fabric is made from trees.  Can you believe it? The trees are sustainably harvested and then used to make a lightweight, luxurious, silky soft fabric. The fabric also provides a cooling property and the ability to absorb excess moisture which helps to keep your skin cool in the hot summer months.
I always like to do my research and find out all the facts about the products that I support.  Here is another interesting fact that I discovered about Sundriven clothing that I love. All their fabric has undergone extensive testing to rate its UVA/UVB protection and it has been given a rating of 50! That means by wearing Sundriven clothing you are getting the same protection for your skin as a sunscreen with 50 SPF.  I don’t know about you but that has me feeling pretty good about wearing their clothing. You can view their entire line at:"
Check out her full blog here.