Lunch boxes for grown-ups
With warm weather finally here, we've got new resolve to pack a lunch and head outdoors. That said, we're far too eco-conscious (and stylish) to simply brown-bag it. Below, our favorite new lunch boxes designed for chic-and-organized food portability:
Flat We're kind of obsessed with our new Box Appetit locking-lid lunch box ($22), which features a matching fork, compartments for sauces (perfect for sushi lovers) and salad dressings (perfect for soggy-lettuce-haters) and a removable, microwavable inner container.
Stacking For anyone who's known the heartache of trying to jam a horizontal Tupperware into a narrow handbag, Ojue's stackable bento set ($69) is a welcome, vertical alternative. Three containers lock together for food separation, while matching chopsticks fit neatly inside the lid. Along the same lines, we love Dutch design company OOTS!'s brightly colored Lunch Box ($30), which comes with stacking inner compartments and a top designed to hold a water bottle.
Small Feeling not-so-hungry? Try a smaller option. We like this adorable LunchBots Pico tin ($15) which has a divider for separating contents, and this nine-ounce Thinkbaby Bento ($13) which was designed for kids, but is sophisticated enough for grown-ups.