Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James x Crate & Barrel Cookout Collection Just Dropped…and It’s on Sale

Grab a bottle of rosé and throw on something gingham because the latest Draper James and Crate & Barrel collection is here and it’s teeming with Southern charm.

Yesterday, Reese Witherspoon’s lifestyle line and Crate & Barrel introduced their first-ever cookout collection, which includes everything discerning barbecue enthusiasts and picnic aficionados alike need to entertain outdoors. Items in the collection range in price from $6 to $60 and are available on the Draper James and Crate & Barrel websites now. Some items are even on sale (!).

If your mind is already on Memorial Day weekend, why not indulge in this Americana-esque bandana picnic blanket ($60)? 

draper james cookout picnic basket
Draper James/Crate and Barrel

Or, if you’re hosting a low-key backyard barbecue for friends and family, these “Cheers y’all” wine glasses ($9) are festive and shatterproof (both of which are a necessity when Aunt Barb is around). The red, white and blue seersucker napkins ($6) are more than a step above a roll of paper towels and the print means they won’t show stains right off the bat. Pair them with this adorable striped flatware set ($13) and “Dig In” straw picnic basket ($50) and you’re in business.

If it’s a bit of a more elevated (but not too fancy) affair, make your tablescape pop with a new take on blue and white tableware (on sale for $5).

draperjames cookout collection
Draper James/Crate and Barrel

Better yet, layer in some navy dinner plates (on sale for $6) and indigo tablemats to really impress guests. I mean, the placemats even say, “Dig In” ($8). They’re totally necessary, not to mention the “Come and Get It” tray (on sale for $14).

On that note, if you need us, we’ll be planning a weekend picnic soiree. Now all we need is some sunshine.


Cat mom, yogi, brunch enthusiast

Lex is an LA native who's deeply obsessed with picnics, Slim Aarons, rosé, Hollywood history and Joan Didion. She joined PureWow in early 2017.