This week: a two-ingredient popsicle recipe, what your email sign-off says about you, why an art director has worn the same thing every day for three years and more.
If there were a Best Supporting Actress award for wardrobe, the Transport Tote would win year after year.
Talk about breadth of character. It’s as versatile as it is ruggedly elegant, whether it’s resting contentedly in the basket of your bicycle or carrying a freshly plucked bouquet. Without a clasp or label—save the owner’s monogram—its biggest identifying mark is the very absence of one.
This week: a home video featuring Julie Andrews, a road trip–ready playlist, an inspiring new Insta feed and more.
We’re always experimenting with ways to take denim to new heights. And thanks to a few stylish women seen on the street, we’ve picked up a fresh idea that brings our beloved denim shorts into more refined territory.
The ’90s supermodel–inspired Perfect Summer Jean is back, and we’ve got summer memories on the brain.
A fresh start to the weekend: seven links we loved this week.
Tunes to roll down the windows and sing along to, because, spring, we really missed you.
There are few things more freeing than cruising the open road with the windows down and blasting songs you know all the lyrics to (your go-to karaoke jam included). Our latest playlist honors that boundless feeling with 23 belt-worthy, throwback tunes made for a drive—no destination required.
In the event of those April showers, here are five links to keep you entertained indoors.
In Defense of the Jumpsuit
an essay by Kayten Schmidt
To me, a jumpsuit is that rare garment that is at once utilitarian and luxurious. Uncomplicated, it is something you can remove in one grand gesture—unzip and your outfit falls to the floor. It’s sexy because it’s not sexy; it’s an outfit that you don’t have to overthink.
Because the world’s not slowing down any time soon, keep up with five links we loved this week.