You’ve got a woody.
Sticks and Stones Accessories
What: Wood-based rings, cuff links, pendants, and chains from an artist’s collective in Portland, Oregon, strike the perfect balance between hippie and hipster.
Why: The maple wood and ebony ring with an inlaid turquoise stone will never hurt you.
Where: Online at yeahwewood.com.
What Should I Read Next?
What: A new resource to answer the centuries-old question. Simply type in the title or author you’re currently sweating and get dozens of salient suggestions that feel more than just automated.
Why: Register to curate your own list and visit its virtual bookstore to order picks.
Where: Online at whatshouldireadnext.com.
What: Airy, bohemian, and graphic-printed tops just begging to be starters in your summer concert apparel lineup.
Why: Wear the Sioux Falls tank over a maxidress and pair the Rising Sun tee with denim cutoffs to strike the perfect note.
Where: Online at singer22.com.
Kio Kio Body Care
What: Available starting tomorrow, the natural collection from New Zealand uses native botanical extracts from the country’s virgin forests, resulting in lightly floral and luxurious creams, sprays, soaps, and lotions.
Why: The leaves used are respectfully harvested, removed only if it won’t damage the tree, and then blessed with positive intent. If you’re into that.
Where: Online at anthropologie.com.
NibNobs Cake Bites
What: There will be no “you cut me a bad piece” complaints with the scrumptious, bite-size treats smaller than even the average mini cupcake.
Why: Sample the flavor rainbow with dark chocolate orange with sea salt, Key lime, carrot, lemon drop, and more.
Where: Online at nibnobs.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Sticks and Stones Accessories