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15 Things That Will Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Drew Barrymore to Madewell

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Welcome to a very playful edition of Don’t Dillydally, our weekly look at the limited-edition and new launches worth getting excited about. And apologies in advance for getting a little carried away with Drew Barrymore’s new kids’ line … the stuff is just really good.

Drew Barrymore’s Flower Kids Collection

Regular Don’t Dillydally readers may remember when we covered the launch of Drew Barrymore’s Walmart line, Flower Home. Well, yesterday, Flower Kids made its online debut, and the stuff is so stinkin’ cute we couldn’t limit ourselves to just a few products. It feels very vintage Land of Nod (pre–Crate and Barrel acquisition). Note that this Sweet Strawberry bedding set, as well as the Jungle Tiger set below, comes in a full size (for grown-up-sized beds) as well as twin.

SpongeBob IGLOO Cooler

Madewell’s Sidewalk High-Top Sneakers

Back in February, Madewell released its first-ever sneaker, the Sidewalk. Now they’ve gone and created a high-top version that is very Veja meets Vans.

Zombie Skittles

Leading up to Halloween (!), Skittles has launched these horrifying-seeming (but kind of fun) limited-edition Zombie Skittles. Basically, in every pack, there are several “rotten” Skittles that apparently taste truly disgusting. According to someone who tried it at Delish, said Skittle tasted like “a rotten egg … but worse.”

Outdoor Voices’ Hiking Shorts

Sizes are already disappearing, which makes sense as there are not a lot of actually-somewhat-fashionable hiking shorts on the market.

Glossier’s Berry Balm Dotcom

As our colleagues at the Cut noted, Glossier just released a new flavor of its best-selling Balm Dotcom in a pleasing berry flavor that’s meant to make you “look like you ate a handful of wildberries at a summer picnic.”