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6 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Supergoop to Stakt

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For this week’s Don’t DillyDally, we’ve surfaced a range of things we’re sure will sell out, including a tapas-themed collaboration between Arq and Lisa Says Gah, a pickleball kit from Recess and Supergoop, and dog-walking accessories from Wild One. 

Underwear maker Arq and independent label Lisa Says Gah have teamed up for a second time, launching a limited-edition collection of tanks, bralettes, and panties. The collaboration combines Arq’s ballerina-basics and the “Lolita on Lexapro” look Lisa Says Gah is known for. The pieces are embroidered with tapas-themed melons, sardines, and shishito peppers (and coming in olive, cherry, and black hues). There’s a version of Arq’s beloved Wide Strap Bra, which Strategist senior editor Simone Kitchens and former New York Magazine photo editor (and filmmaker) Stella Blackmon consider “small-bust-proof.”

Beauty brand Saltair — which makes a natural deodorant that counts a Cut beauty writer as a devotee — reformulated its body oil and mist with a new “Exotic Pulp” scent that’s described as a “sweet, tropical escape” with notes of guava, orange, and driftwood. You could layer the mist with lotion or give yourself a little glowing effect with the oil.

Supergoop! x Recess

Since pickleball fever isn’t slowing down, this collaboration between sunscreen maker Supergoop and racket company Recess isn’t so unexpected. (And it’s an always-good reminder to keep yourself safe from the sun.) The kit the two collaborated on includes all you need for a game — a court bag, duo of paddles, and three pickleballs from Recess and a bottle of the Supergoop’s broad spectrum Play Everyday Lotion.

And for the yogis, Stakt (which made a name for itself with its foldable yoga mat) and the Sculpt Society (which offers online, butt-boosting workouts) collaborated on a workout mat that’s designed to be supportive through planks and have enough cushioning for your knees. As an added bonus: You get a month free of exercises on Sculpt Society’s app with a purchase of the mat.

The return of the Brightland Pizza Oil

A back-in-stock notice: Brightland’s pizza oil has returned after selling out in true “don’t dillydally” fashion. Back in April, the olive-oil-and-vinegar vendor debuted the cold-pressed olive oil infused with jalapeños, garlic, oregano, and basil. (You might’ve missed the brand’s beef with Graza about the bottle.) So if you’re in need of a restock, well, you know what to do.

Wild One partnered with cartoonist Arianna Margulis (a.k.a. But Like Maybe) for a three-piece collection. The accessories include a poop-bag carrier, leash, and treat pouch, all emblazoned with Margulis’s irreverent illustrations. The leash is a favorite of former Strategist writer Chloe Anello, who likes that “it looks good and it’s easy to control.”

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6 Things That’ll Sell Out: From Supergoop to Stakt