For this week’s Don’t DillyDally, we’ve uncovered a range of things we’re sure will sell out: workout dresses from Outdoor Voices and Everlane, a trail-running shoe collab from Hoka One and Cotopaxi, and marinara sauce from Carbone.
Cotopaxi x Hoka One
Cotopaxi has teamed up with Hoka One on a colorful backpack and Torrent 2 running shoes, and while we’ve written about the Torrent 2 before, naming them as one of the best trail-running shoes for beginners, this version has been reimagined in a tropical colorway — but still with the same cushion and support as the originals. A portion of the proceeds of each sale will be donated to Big City Mountaineers to benefit marginalized youth.
Girlfriend Collective’s latest drop is a halter-neck, skater-style number that can be worn for working out and lounging both. In true GC fashion, the dress is available in a range of seven muted and rich shades and is made from the same lightweight fabric as its FLOAT leggings. Like all other releases before it, stock is limited and going quickly, so if you see something you like, don’t dillydally.
Also on the workout dress front, Outdoor Voices is offering a new silhouette called the Athena, inspired by the brand’s crop top of the same name. Unlike the Exercise Dress, the Athena has a high, racer-back style neck and is made from a thicker mid-weight compression fabric. It’s also unlined, so you can wear what you want underneath.
Parks Project x Madewell
Madewell and Parks Project’s new collaborative collection pays homage to some of their favorite national parks. This hoodie features a minimalist drawing of a mountain in Yosemite and comes in a soothing lilac.
Carbone, which our friends at Grub Street dubbed the second-best Italian restaurant in New York, is now selling its red sauces, making it easy for anyone to take their ziti and bucatini to the next level. Options include arrabiata, tomato basil, and marinara, all three of which are currently available for purchase and will start shipping April 5.
Zerina Akers x Bar III
Macy’s recently launched five co-branded collections created in collaboration with Black designers, including costume designer Zerina Akers, who is known for her work with Beyoncé and for her platform Black Owned Everything. The collection of dresses includes this color-blocked minidress, which has a tulip hem and eye-catching draping and cutouts.
Lizzie McGuire x ColourPop
Even though there’s no longer a reboot to look forward to, Lizzie McGuire fans can get a dose of nostalgia from the new ColourPop collection, which is just as glittery and early aughts-inspired as you might expect. Die-hard fans can grab the entire collection (which we anticipate will go fast), but if you’re looking to buy one thing, make it this plumping, pink-tinged lip gloss that’s cheekily named Ethan Craft.
Tyshawn Jones x Warby Parker
Warby Parker has teamed up with skateboarder Tyshawn Jones on a pair of sunglasses that takes the classic wayfarer-style Harris frame and adds a bone-colored checkerboard pattern. The pattern itself is hand-layered and adds some intrigue to an otherwise basic silhouette.
Just in time for spring, Everlane released a chore jacket, made from a lightweight cotton canvas and available in three go-with-everything shades. It also features a cinchable waist so it can be worn loose or pulled in to create a more defined shape.
Sacai x A.P.C.
A.P.C. and Sacai have joined forces on a clothing collection that fuses A.P.C.’s minimalist aesthetic with Sacai’s innovative shapes and fabric mixing. These oversized jeans from the collection are made from both Japanese denim and nylon and have a drawstring waist and buttoned fly. They also feature nylon tabs at the ankle, which are adjustable and can be worn tight or loose.