THE BEST WAYS TO SOAK IT ALL INJust as the first mumblings of fall start to arise, we’re looking to stretch out every last inch of easy summer days. From new dopamine dressing to outdoor movie nights, here is our curated list of the ways to soak it all in this month.
THE BEST SHOPPING
Transitional dressing is in full swing, and we’re looking back at the greats and bringing on the new.
Vibrant colors get their spotlight every sunny season, and we’re embracing them this month from the ground up with our new collaboration with Freida Pinto. It’s our most-loved LIBBY Sneaker in a playful blue that represents the determination of the girls at Lower Eastside Girls Club–where donations from the collab will be given.
Looking into the fall, we’re ready to set new intentions before things pick up speed. We’re excited to take five minutes with this structured journal to have us start (or end) each day in the right mindset.
THE BEST READS
Readable decor, action-driven features and a quick list for slowing down are on our current reading list.
With every change of the season comes the desire to start new, and we always begin in our closets. While there isn’t a complete haul in our future, we’re taking tips and tricks from Marie Kondo on the artful way to clean out our wardrobes and giveaway.
We crafted shoes designed to be on the move but, simultaneously, need something to help us press pause. Vogue contributor Lauren Valenti is here to show us how to find everyday moments to meditate on all modes of transportation.
THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT
From bringing the movies home to mapping out a new season of homecooked meals, here’s our latest and greatest in entertainment.
While drive-ins had their revival over the pandemic, we wanted to bring in the fun home before we sent our kids back to school. NYTimes helped us put together the pieces of how to make the most of our final summer nights.
While we spent most of the summer finding excuses to eat out or attend food events, we’re ready to return to the kitchen to put our skills to the test. What’s Gaby Cooking is who we turn to for planning a week of dinners or last-minute ideas when school starts.
Squeezing the remaining moments is always well accompanied by something refreshing. Folksy is a hard kombucha company run by husband and wife duo, Dylan and Anna, who work with a commitment to pure ingredients and honest practices–so you’ll have something good to happy hour about too.