Some of our most popular items in recent memory.
Congratulations, you’ve made it to Tax Day. If you’re like most Americans (who haven’t filed an extension), your tax refund should also be coming through shortly. While we’d advise you to put your windfall into a savings account, if you’re feeling like giving yourself just a
little treat, there are just a few Strategist highlights you might want to consider. It’s a handy list whether you’re squirreling away all but $20 ( Baby Foot was made for sandal season) or $250 (a pocket projector perhaps?).
The best foot peel and
exfoliator is actually called Baby Foot. [Editor’s note: We just bought some and it really, really works.].
One of our favorite cheap but expensive-looking
dining decor items.
water bottle that inexplicably kept a vodka-soda ice-cold at the beach.
Photo: Courtesy of the vendor
accessory makes even cheapo office chairs feel ergonomic.
You can’t go wrong with these design-y coasters as a
lump of coal that can actually replace your pricey Brita filter.
Photo: StevanZZ/Getty Images/iStockphoto
A nice-looking and -smelling Joya candle for the
wall ladder that turns empty space into another closet.
conditioner that quenches very damaged strands.
All the good looks and function of a Danish secretary desk —
for the tub.
The Japanese pour-over that makes a
way-better brew than the office Flavia machine.
Photo: Bobby Doherty/New York Magazine
lunchbox that all your co-workers will eye with envy.
Photo: Getty Images
The culty Japanese
notebook that our Strategist editor fell for.
velvet hangers from HSN star Joy Mangano let you double your closet space.
The weird Norwegian(ish)
kneeling chair that saves your back and posture.
Photo: Courtesy of the vendor, Getty Images
gray T-shirt that becomes almost inexplicably flattering once you put it on.
According to Anishka Clarke, co-owner of
Ishka Designs, these bamboo sheets are baby-butt soft.