If you’re like us, you’ve probably wondered what famous people add to their carts. Not the JAR brooch and Louis XV chair, but the hand sanitizer and the electric toothbrush. We asked Pressed Juicery CEO Hayden Slater to tell us about the things he can’t live without.
Superga did a limited-edition collaboration with Steven Alan, and I bought a pair in white. Of course, the collaboration ended, but they came out with a similar style, and I currently have eight pairs of them in my closet. They’re pretty much what you’ll see me rocking about 95 percent of the time.
Unfortunately these are sold out, but here is another classic pair.
I’ve been using this for probably the last 15 years, if not longer. [Editor’s note: This is Aidy Bryant’s favorite, too.] I like that it’s a disinfectant and aromatherapy — it keeps me clean and calm all in one bottle. I have one in my desk, at home, when I travel, in my car … you get it.
This is a vitamin-C pack that I take quite frequently. Here’s a warning — it’s not meant to taste good. It’s meant to do the trick. I’ll triple up on these when I travel or the second I feel a cold coming on, and it’s just great for preventing it.
My friend actually started this sock line, which has become pretty much the only sock brand I wear. I like that they’re priced well and have cool designs, and are always coming out with new styles. I gift them a lot to friends who are parents because they make mom-and-dad pairs and matching kids’ socks.
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