For this week’s “Don’t Dillydally,” we’ve surfaced a range of things we’re sure will sell out, including a statusy collaboration between Tekla and Ssense, one-of-a-kind floral jewelry from Dauphinette x J.Crew, and a new granola made with three flavors of Tony’s Chocolonely.
Banana Republic Home Collection
Banana Republic may be known for its classic work pants and button-downs, but yesterday it expanded into the home-goods space. Its debut BR Home collection includes neutral bedding, rugs, throw pillows, and blankets with boho finishes. All the pieces are made of natural fabrics, including European linen, cashmere, organic cotton, and merino, with prices ranging from $40 for pillowcases to $7,550 for handwoven rugs.
Diptyque’s Cherry-Blossom Candle
Status-candle brand Diptyque has come out with a new cherry-blossom scent that smells like your 2018 trip to Japan. The brand describes the scent as a mix of floral and fruity notes balanced with a hint of musk.
Glossier You Rollerball Restock
For fans of Glossier You — “One of the best perfumes on the market for that enhancing-your-natural-scent vibe,” says Strategist beauty writer Rio Viera-Newton — the brand has finally restocked its travel-size version. The eight-milliliter rollerball is so small that you can handily reapply the woody and clean scent when you’re on the go.
Sydney Sweeney x Dickies x Ford
If you’ve seen Sydney Sweeney’s TikToks about restoring her vintage Ford Bronco, this partnership won’t come as a surprise. In collaboration with Dickies, the actress and car brand released a limited-edition line of workwear with pastel-pink and -blue accents. While the baseball cap and bib overalls are sold out, you can still buy the work pants and this baby-blue bandanna.
Jimmy Fallon x Warby Parker
Warby Parker, the maker of our favorite reading and blue-light glasses, has reunited with Jimmy Fallon on a pair of Flippies, or sunglasses that are designed with two-tone frames and flippable arms so you can switch between colorways. As with the duo’s previous collaboration, 100 percent of purchases goes toward Warby Parker’s Pupils Project, which provides free vision screenings, eye exams, and glasses to schoolchildren in the U.S.
J.Crew x Dauphinette
J.Crew and cult-y New York–based brand Dauphinette have launched a spring capsule featuring the latter’s signature florals. The line includes swimsuits, cover-ups, and dresses with an exclusive print by Dauphinette founder Olivia Cheng and one-of-a-kind jewelry with flowers encased in resin.
Ssense x Tekla
Designer-approved brand Tekla — known for its high-quality textiles and homewares — has teamed up with Ssense on exclusive patchwork-style sleepwear, bathrobes, and towels. In line with the rest of Tekla’s products, everything is made in Portugal with 100 percent cotton. We like this collared pajama shirt with contrasting blue panels that looks nice enough to wear out.
Little Sleepies Mother’s Day Collection
With Mother’s Day coming up, Little Sleepies released a collection of matching PJs for moms and babies in three fun patterns. The swaddles, rompers, pajama sets, and accessories come in a cactus, sunny-chevron, or floral pink-and-orange print. Designs have already started selling out, so if you see something you like (for you or your mini-me), don’t dillydally.
Tony’s Chocolonely x Tom’s Perfect 10
Two buzzy snack brands — Tom’s Perfect 10 and Strategist favorite Tony’s Chocolonely — have come together to make a new granola. The mix includes rolled oats, almonds, hazelnuts, cacao nibs, and three varieties of Tony’s Chocolonely (Milk Honey Almond Nougat, Milk Hazelnut Cookie, and Dark Milk Pretzel Toffee).
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