Now walk it out.
Libby Story Shoes
What: Shockingly affordable collection of new and vintage footwear with many styles (booties, pumps, and heels) hovering around the $50-$80 range.
Why: Our associate editor had visions of Chloé but happily settled on the Fargo-meets-Brooklyn Tolido Sherpa booties ($78).
Where: Online at libbystory.com.
What: The Future Perfect’s latest bit of genius comes in the form of a green ball ($38) you toss in with the laundry for an ecofriendly, soap-free wash. It’s filled with small ceramic beads that create a cleaning agent when mixed with H2O. The rest, as they say, is science.
Why: Each one lasts 1,000 washes (that’s .04¢ per load), so you can be detergent free until 2015.
Where: Online at thefutureperfect.com.
Sweetshorn’s Vintage Arrows
What: Score an interior-decorating bull’s eye by mounting uncommon wooden arrows ($40 per set) with colorfully dyed feathers on your lonely walls.
Why: Using them for anything else is acceptable only in Sherwood Forest.
Where: Online at etsy.com.
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What: Get tips on our favorite spots in L.A., Chicago, San Fran, and NYC.
Why: Find out where the best 0ff-menu dessert lives and what to sip on at a neighborhood bar.
Where: Online at foursquare.com.
Give It Up Antismoking Cleanse
What: Three days of nutrient-dense juices and tinctures draw the nicotine from your bod and ease your “damn, I want a cigarette” nerves. And you get oral-fixation-appealing licorice sticks to gnaw on and a collection of anecdotal quitting stories from former smokers.
Why: Besides the obvious, your mom will be so happy.
Where: Online at redcarpetcleanses.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Libby Story Shoes