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Started by the surfer Kelly Slater, Outerknown specializes in relaxed items that are outrageously comfortable and equally stylish, but in a surfer-appropriate way that makes you look like you don’t care if anyone so much as takes a look in your direction. (They will, though.)
Tough on the outside but soft on the inside, this jacket is made of the same cloth as sails on sailboats (so it’s super resistant to wet, wild weather), and it’s lined with blanket-like flannel (so it feels like being wrapped in a Snuggie). Perfect for picking apples, or channeling your Last of Us fave.
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We swear by Sam Edelman, whose shoes are affordable, comfortable and available in a huge range of colors. The brand’s Kia Block Heel sandals tick all those boxes and then some. Go with a more neutral shade, but if you’d prefer the Roccia Mamba Snake pattern, we’re certainly not going to stand in your way.
Loafers are having a moment right now, and it’s not hard to understand why: they’re as versatile as a pair of shoes can be, perfectly at home with nearly any outfit. They’ll get you through the warm weather brilliantly, and they’ll come in handy (footsy?) come fall, too.
There are dozens of ice molds, makers and presses out there. This one from W&P is perhaps the most phenomenal (and economical), producing a giant, crystal-clear cube fit for any cocktail. Maybe the coolest thing you can buy for your home bar.
Treating yourself for a spa day isn’t just about the physical relaxation. It’s about all kinds of relaxation. Get yourself a solid oil diffuser to encase yourself in olfactory delight. (Also, isn’t there just something so zen about watching the steam shoot out into the air like that? It’s like a mini geyser of tranquility in your own home.)
If your home is in a city, where light is often scarce — or if you’re someone who loves gadgets and gizmos — you’ll be wowed by this all-in-one, high-tech growing pod. The hydroponic planter and LED light supercharge your herbs and plants (the company boasts that their technology is 5 times faster than good ol’ soil and sun) and it’s handsome enough to sit out anywhere in your home.
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$32 - $84
A dinner party means being prepared. Like having napkins guests can use to delicately dab their mouths…that are not made of paper. (Keep that roll of Bounty in the kitchen, please.) This boldly colored set of 17-by-17-inch luxe fabric napkins are great. If you go gaga for gingham, this set is pretty gorgeous, too.
Anker's iPhone 12/13 wireless power bank is magnetic — both literally and stylistically, as the MagSafe charger comes in colors like Lilac Purple and Buds Green. Plus, it features a built-in, foldable kickstand so you can keep your phone at eye level while you're charging up. This is the best in-the-home or -office charger I’ve ever used.
$40 - $70
If you want a phone case that you can call your own, these bad boys are fully customizable, offering plenty of color, type and layout options — and they'll help your phone survive a drop of nearly ten feet. Bonus: They are partially made from other upcycled phone cases.
It's hard to find earbuds that offer aesthetic appeal, excellent noise cancellation (or hybrid noise cancellation if you need to let in some of the outside world), a long battery life, and also work well when you do need to take a call. M&D's ceramic and stainless steel buds offer all of the above … in multiple styles.
Prefer (or need) an actual plug to charge up your device? Or maybe you just want to get up to working speed really, really quickly? This modest-sized but rugged-as-hell dual-port charger (with a folding plug) can take your phone from dead to 60% in 30 minutes.
$199 - $599
If you don’t have a boo or bestie to tackle your problem spots, do knot fear. Try the Theragun: It comes in all shapes and sizes, and doesn’t sound like a jet taking off like other personal massagers, which can be quite loud. Or connect the device to an accompanying app that comes with tons of pre-loaded routines.
Short for Total Resistance eXercise, this at-home suspension trainer comes in handy when you paradoxically don’t have the strength to get to the gym. A full-body workout that targets muscles both large and small, and a setup that packs away when it’s not in use.
Meditation apps have exploded in popularity over the past few years — a rare case of our phones being utilized for meaningful, healthy activity (in addition to Wondercade, of course). Of all the options, Headspace, with its huge archive of meditations for folks at all levels — beginner to Zen Master — is the best.
Super lightweight, and with nine(!) pockets, Calpak’s Luka Duffle is a perfectly-sized bag for a jaunt of the weekend variety. It’s also got a shoe compartment to keep your kicks separate, and a water bottle pocket, making it great option for the gym, too.
If you’re a Tetris fan, you’re probably a visual-spatial virtuoso. Use travel cubes like this to channel that flair for fitting forms just-so into packing for a trip. (Up to you if you want to listen to 8-bit Russian music while doing so.)
The Aviator Carry-On Plus from Paravel is a great brand for its commitment to sustainability and carbon neutrality, but also because…look at it! It’s extremely handsome, in a way that’s understated but will still help it stand out at the baggage claim.
Are you familiar with compression socks? They sound astronaut-esque. And they are made for high altitudes — just ones not as high as full-on zero-gravity. They fight fatigue and swelling, and boost blood flow in your legs during long-haul flights. Oh, they’re also comfortable AF.
When spending time in the water, ditch the inexpensive sun lotions occupying shelves at your local drugstore and level up with Sun Bum’s Mineral formula. It’s dermatologist-tested, water resistant for up to 80 minutes, and most importantly, it’s free of the harmful chemicals wreaking havoc on sea life. Safe for you, fish, coral…so slather up.
A portable speaker is a clutch road-trip accessory — it’s going to sound way better than the bedside clock radio in that roadside motel room. This one is fairly small (and waterproof!) but delivers big, fulsome sound.
Sure, this is technically a sun hoodie made for fishing, but I love its buttery soft fabric, breathability and quick-drying properties. And because it’s a sun-shirt hoodie! In classic Patagonia fashion, you can find this piece in lots of great colors and patterns.
Insulated and made with stainless steel, the Purist Mover is lined with an unbreakable glass finish that eliminates the metallic taste you get with most metal bottles. Plus, swap out different tops at a moment's notice.
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