Break out of your shell.
What: Sometimes you feel like a nut. Best keep your inclination healthy with preservative- and artificial-gunk-free dry-roasted cashews ($20 for four bags).
Why: We love deez nuts. We just can’t decide which ones (honey, toasted coconut, Cajun, or chocolate) we fancy most.
Where: Online at yumnutsnaturals.com.
Vík Prjónsdóttir 2010 Collection
What: The latest from our favorite artsy Icelandic blanketeers. Quirky, woolly covers ($137-$821) that symbolize their homeland’s legends and traditions (and randomly, MJ, RIP).
Why: After summer comes the need for a regal snow blanket with footies.
Where: Online at birkiland.com.
AHeirloom Cheese Boards
What: Show state pride. Carved renewable bamboo serving boards ($38) fashioned after a few of the more distinct shapes in the union (Texas, Vermont, California) keep the kitsch borderline.
Why: Cutting cheddar on a rectangle is so boring. Amiright, Colorado?
Where: Online at etsy.com.
What: A never-ending flow of indie graphic designs, photos, and drawings, from bizarre to beautiful. Order your art (starting at $15) classic (printed archival paper and inks) or modern (T-shirt, iPhone skin).
Why: Your taste is capricious, but a deer wearing gym socks should hold your interest.
Where: Online at society6.com.
Poketo for Target Fall Collection
What: The everyday wares arts collective strikes again. Its target? Target. Its arrow? Graphic, techno-colored gear cases, umbrellas, water bottles, and more ($10-$30) that don’t miss the mark.
Why: If you’ve got one hand in a prismatic triangle tote, then we’re giving the other a high five.
Where: Online at target.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Yumnuts
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