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The Fitness Devotee

Your days aren’t complete until you’ve broken a sweat.

The Fitness Devotee
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Invisibobble Hair Ties

There’s no reason your hair has to suffer through a good workout. These elastics reduce breakage and creasing when you pull your tresses up into a ponytail or bun. Wrap a few around your water bottle to avoid having to find them mid-spin.bag this

2

Brookside Fruit & Nut Bar

Gluten-free Brookside Cranberry Blueberry with Citrus Yogurt Flavor bars are filled with real fruit and roasted almonds. Treat yourself to a sweet snack after that workout (without ruining it). They’re also great for an on-the-go breakfast when you’re running late to Friday-morning yoga.bag this

3

Lancôme Miracle CC Cushion

For those who get easily flushed after a bit of cardio (and especially after that Beyoncé dance class), keep a color-correcting primer on hand to even out your skin tone.bag this

Win the workout pack

Style setter Caitlin Lindquist of fashion, travel and beauty blog Dash of Darling has a secret tip so you’ll never skip a workout: “It’s way easier to get yourself to the gym when you’re nice and organized ahead of time. This starts with how you pack your clothes.” Lay your top, sports bra and socks on your pants, and then roll it all up into a neat little package. Watch how easy it is here.

The Style Genius

Hello, you little fashion maven

The Style Genius
1

Scentbird Perfume

The smarties behind Scentbird Perfume know that a take-along spritz of perfume can keep you smelling like a daisy (or roses or peonies, whatever it is you fancy to be honest). Their company sends you a new fragrance each month that’s meant to last only 30 days (that way it’s always fresh). Each refill fits into a chic reusable case, so no need to fret over leaks.bag this

2

Gucci Floral-Print Silk-Twill Scarf

A pretty scarf is fashion utility at its finest. Wrap it around the handle of your bag for a bit of embellishment, and then tie it around your neck when your outfit needs a style update later on.bag this

3

Julia Kostreva Open-Dated Planner

Bring a fancy notebook and Le Pen with you to jot down your inspo or spending habits (gulp). Keeping thoughts and finances organized leads to better routines--and finding that maybe you can afford that amazing cropped leather jacket after all.bag this

PUT PEN TO PAPER

Lindquist suggests mastering the art of bullet journaling. “It’s the easiest way to keep your day-to-day activities in order and it’s kind of like an on-paper record of your life.” Just imagine how much easier it would be to build that perfect summer capsule wardrobe when all of your style inspirations and financial objectives are jotted down in one place.

The Wanderluster

Thailand or Taos, you’re always on the go.

The Wanderluster
1

TonyMoly I’m Real Lemon Mask Sheet

Surprise! Being on a plane makes your skin desert-dry. It’s one of the reasons you never look and feel as good as you did before the wheels went up. Sheet masks are an amazing way to combat this (if you can get past the stares from your seat mate) as they’re typically high in hydration but low in mess.bag this

2

W&P Design The Carry On Cocktail Kit

Nothing makes us cringe more than the idea of sitting for hours on a long flight, except for maybe the boring booze selection from the drink cart. So what’s not to love about packing and pouring your own Champagne cocktail? These people get us.bag this

3

Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens

If you go to Paris but don’t photograph your croissant breakfast, did you really go to Paris? This removable lens lets your iPhone’s camera get sharper photos from a wider field of view. Snap it on and leave it there if you like, or drop it back into your bag until the next photo op.bag this

SNACK FOR ENERGY

Whether you’re off on a day trip or bound for the Himalayas, you’ll probably find yourself dealing with a few late nights and early mornings. Caitlin’s tip is to “keep your bag prepped with some yummy, healthy snacks that can be polished off on the go, like Brookside’s Cherry with Pomegranate Flavor Dark Chocolate Fruit & Nut Bar.” Stash them in your bag for a TSA approved energy boost to battle that unfriendly jet lag.

The Tireless CEO

There’s no rest for the weary. At least you’ve answered all of your emails. For now.

The Tireless CEO
1

Edward Field iPhone Wallet

Organization = time saved. Ditch the full wallet and keep only your most important cards (one credit, one bank and your ID) with your phone. It’s much easier to grab and go down to the coffee cart, a quick lunch or happy-hour drinks without the fuss of your whole purse.bag this

2

GMYLE Wireless Charging Pad

Let’s not even get into the devastation of a dead phone--or worse, a dead phone and absolutely no outlet in sight. Carry a small wireless charging pad with you at all times to stay juiced up and ready to answer any and all emails.bag this

3

Stowaway Creme Lipstick

If streamlined is your word of choice, you’ll love this moisturizing little lipstick that takes up barely any space. All the colors are opaque and meant to stand the test of time: Swipe it onto your lips once in the morning for your daytime meetings and then just once more for after-work functions. This little guy is as efficient as you are (post-coffee, of course). bag this

NAIL THE TRANSITION

You’re a multitasking master, so your bag should work just as hard. Lindquist’s advice for you is to “keep the essentials (phone, card holder, lipstick) in a small clutch inside your larger work bag to keep those items organized during the day. Then leave the bulky bag at the office and carry that convenient little clutch to happy hour.” Because we need that glass of wine after work--for our health.

The Sun Worshiper

All you need is the sand and a good bottle of SPF in your hand.

The Beach Dweller
1

Madewell Las Bayadas Towel

The cutest towel ever? Yes, the cutest towel ever.bag this

2

Jax Coco Coconut Oil Snaps

Rip open a “snap” packet to reveal a single serving of coconut oil that you can use to tame flyaways and moisturize dry skin and lips.bag this

3

The Girls by Emma Cline

If you read just one juicy novel by the sea this summer, it should be this. A riveting story about a group of girls in the 1960s who are drawn into a Manson-like cult, it will keep you on the edge of your beach chair as you discover what happens when life goes wrong. But be warned, this is not your typical light and flirty beach read.bag this

ONE MORE TOWEL

Lindquist always packs an additional oversized beach blanket to act as a makeshift serving spot for friends at the beach. May we suggest pouring drinks cooled down with homemade Champagne ice cubes?

The Fitness Devotee

Your days aren’t complete until you’ve broken a sweat.

The Fitness Devotee
Puma ($55)
The Fitness Devotee

Invisibobble Hair Ties

There’s no reason your hair has to suffer through a good workout. These elastics reduce breakage and creasing when you pull your tresses up into a ponytail or bun. Wrap a few around your water bottle to avoid having to find them mid-spin.

Brookside Fruit & Nut Bar

Gluten-free Brookside Cranberry Blueberry with Citrus Yogurt Flavor bars are filled with real fruit and roasted almonds. Treat yourself to a sweet snack after that workout (without ruining it). They’re also great for an on-the-go breakfast when you’re running late to Friday-morning yoga.

Lancôme Miracle CC Cushion

For those who get easily flushed after a bit of cardio (and especially after that Beyoncé dance class), keep a color-correcting primer on hand to even out your skin tone. Side note: Cushion compacts are giving us life right now.

Win the workout pack

Style setter Caitlin Lindquist of fashion, travel and beauty blog Dash of Darling has a secret tip so you?ll never skip a workout: “It’s way easier to get yourself to the gym when you’re nice and organized ahead of time. This starts with how you pack your clothes.” Lay your top, sports bra and socks on your pants, and then roll it all up into a neat little package. Watch how easy it is here.

The Style Genius

Hello, you little fashion maven

The Fitness Devotee
Botkier ($298)
The Style Genius

Scentbird Perfume

The smarties behind Scentbird Perfume know that a take-along spritz of perfume can keep you smelling like a daisy (or roses or peonies, whatever it is you fancy to be honest). Their company sends you a new fragrance each month that’s meant to last only 30 days (that way it’s always fresh). Each refill fits into a chic reusable case, so no need to fret over leaks.

Gucci Floral-Print Silk-Twill Scarf

A pretty scarf is fashion utility at its finest. Wrap it around the handle of your bag for a bit of embellishment, and then tie it around your neck when your outfit needs a style update later on.

Julia Kostreva Open-Dated Planner

Bring a fancy notebook and Le Pen with you to jot down your inspo or spending habits (gulp). Keeping thoughts and finances organized leads to better routines--and finding that maybe you can afford that amazing cropped leather jacket after all.

Put Pen to Paper

Lindquist suggests mastering the art of bullet journaling. “It’s the easiest way to keep your day-to-day activities in order and it’s kind of like an on-paper record of your life.” Just imagine how much easier it would be to build that perfect summer capsule wardrobe when all of your style inspirations and financial objectives are jotted down in one place.

The Wanderluster

Thailand or Taos, you’re always on the go.

The Wanderluster
Away ($225)
The Wanderluster

TonyMoly I’m Real Lemon Mask Sheet

Surprise! Being on a plane makes your skin desert-dry. It’s one of the reasons you never look and feel as good as you did before the wheels went up. Sheet masks are an amazing way to combat this (if you can get past the stares from your seat mate) as they’re typically high in hydration but low in mess.

W&P Design The Carry On Cocktail Kit

Nothing makes us cringe more than the idea of sitting for hours on a long flight, except for maybe the boring booze selection from the drink cart. So what’s not to love about packing and pouring your own Champagne cocktail? These people get us.

Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens

If you go to Paris but don’t photograph your croissant breakfast, did you really go to Paris? This removable lens lets your iPhone’s camera get sharper photos from a wider field of view. Snap it on and leave it there if you like, or drop it back into your bag until the next photo op.

Snack for Energy

Whether you’re off on a day trip or bound for the Himalayas, you’ll probably find yourself dealing with a few late nights and early mornings. Caitlin’s tip is to “keep your bag prepped with some yummy, healthy snacks that can be polished off on the go, like Brookside’s Cherry with Pomegranate Flavor Dark Chocolate Fruit & Nut Bar.” Stash them in your bag for a TSA approved energy boost to battle that unfriendly jet lag.

The Tireless CEO

There’s no rest for the weary. At least you’ve answered all of your emails. For now.

The Tireless CEO
Dange Dover ($265)
The Tireless CEO

Edward Field iPhone Wallet

Organization = time saved. Ditch the full wallet and keep only your most important cards (one credit, one bank and your ID) with your phone. It’s much easier to grab and go down to the coffee cart, a quick lunch or happy-hour drinks without the fuss of your whole purse.

GMYLE Wireless Charging Pad

Let’s not even get into the devastation of a dead phone--or worse, a dead phone and absolutely no outlet in sight. Carry a small wireless charging pad with you at all times to stay juiced up and ready to answer any and all emails.

Stowaway Creme Lipstick

If streamlined is your word of choice, you’ll love this moisturizing little lipstick that takes up barely any space. All the colors are opaque and meant to stand the test of time: Swipe it onto your lips once in the morning for your daytime meetings and then just once more for after-work functions. This little guy is as efficient as you are (post-coffee, of course).

Nail The Transition

You’re a multitasking master, so your bag should work just as hard. Lindquist’s advice for you is to “keep the essentials (phone, card holder, lipstick) in a small clutch inside your larger work bag to keep those items organized during the day. Then leave the bulky bag at the office and carry that convenient little clutch to happy hour.” Because we need that glass of wine after work-- for our health.

The Sun Worshiper

All you need is the sand and a good bottle of SPF in your hand.

The Sun Worshiper
Misa Los Angeles ($108)
The Sun Worshiper

Madewell Las Bayadas Towel

The cutest towel ever? Yes, the cutest towel ever.

Jax Coco Coconut Oil Snaps

Rip open a “snap” packet to reveal a single serving of coconut oil that you can use to tame flyaways and moisturize dry skin and lips.

The Girls by Emma Cline

If you read just one juicy novel by the sea this summer, it should be this. A riveting story about a group of girls in the 1960s who are drawn into a Manson-like cult, it will keep you on the edge of your beach chair as you discover what happens when life goes wrong. But be warned, this is not your typical light and flirty beach read.

One More Towel

Lindquist always packs an additional oversized beach blanket to act as a makeshift serving spot for friends at the beach. May we suggest pouring drinks cooled down with homemade Champagne ice cubes?