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A textured mini dress with a waist tie to make getting dressed on dark mornings (ugh why am I up this early?) a ~cinch~.
Hi! Before we get into this roundup, if you’re wondering, “It’s not summer anymore! Why should I care about sunscreen?” and don’t believe just my word, listen to two derms I interviewed about common sunscreen myths (in particular, look at #8!). This has been a PSA, thanks!
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A patterned box that’ll stand out from the crowd and features a zippered front pocket, an inner elastic to secure a water bottle or ice pack, and an inner mesh pouch.
A slim zipper wallet that’ll also hold smaller items like your keys, which makes it optimal for when you don’t want to bring a lot.
Amazon Prime Day, the day when Amazon has more deals than you could ever conceivably look through in an ENTIRE LIFETIME, is here!
Amazon’s “add-on” items are small and inexpensive products that won’t ship on their own, but can be purchased with other shipped-by-Amazon items as part of orders over $25. You can get some awesome stuff, and it’s an affordable way to impulse buy or try out a product. Hey, you have an Amazon order coming anyway!
A pack of two premium plush pillows designed to regain their shape as you move — giving your neck support in every position you’re in.
A super-soft fleece robe with satin trim and a waffle design perfect for when you’re eating waffles before getting dressed, because you have your priorities in order.