The early bird has plenty of time to grab coffee before morning meetings. With this throwback, you’ll always be punctual and well caffeinated (and your phone will be forever charged).
Available at crateandbarrel.com, $60.
With calendars, receipt pockets, and plenty of room for to-do lists, consider this paper planner your temporary iPhone 5.
Available at poketo.com, $28.
You’ve done your fair share of playing hooky. Turn over a new leaf with this modern-day Perfect Attendance award.
Available at leviticusjewelry.com, $58.
We’ve toted everything from farmers’ market finds to gym clothes in Baggu’s reusable bags. With pretty, new prints from designer Caitlin Mociun, we have good reason to update our collection.
Available at baggubag.com, $10-$14.
They’ll know you mean business when you pull out this svelte accessory to examine the fine print.
Available at aplusrstore.com, $78.
Ninety degrees? So what? Sandal season was officially over when we spied these super-shiny shoes.
Available at net-a-porter.com, $475.
Here’s a graceful, midcentury-inspired reminder that the best part of working from home is decorating your home office.
Available at dwr.com, $850.
With a sunshine-colored adding machine, even habitual tip dodgers will pay their fair share of the check.
Available at momastore.org, $15.
A little bit western, a little bit steampunk, this handmade messenger bag-cum-backpack is an artful twist on your old-school JanSport.
Available at johandbags.com, $398.
Can’t remember how to write a cursive Q? Here’s the perfect excuse to practice your penmanship.
Available at kioskkiosk.com, $16.
Even last night’s leftovers look like a fresh feast when your lunch bag is this lovely.
Available at beklina.com, $270.
Stash this style saver in your purse and you’ll always be prepared for stubborn flyaways, awkward bangs, and reparting emergencies.
Available at brookfarmgeneralstore.com, $18.
These adorable barrettes instantly turn regular girls into pom squad leaders.
Available at atsuyoetakiko.com, $12 for set of two.
Wrinkle-free dresses without wrestling an iron? Now that’s life changing.
Available at amazon.com, $30.
With youthful tassels and a grown-up chain, this satchel channels Carey Mulligan’s coming-of-age in An Education.
Available at topshop.com, $90.
New line Mother has soft, stretchy bell-bottoms that do for classic cords what the lava lamp did for straight-edge ’70s teens.
Available at shopbop.com, $198.
If a cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, think of this sleek space saver as a yoga retreat for your noggin.
Available at quirky.com, $79.
Throw on these topsiders with an oversize sweater and leggings, grab the Sunday paper, and relish your work-free weekends. (Boat optional.)
Available at freepeople.com, $70.
Ziplocs are for kids. Grown-ups reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Available at grazeorganic.com, $24-$38.
Your computer holds your resume, music collection, and more. Protect that precious cargo with the art of furoshiki, a Japanese wrapping tradition.
Available at tortoisegeneralstore.com, $108.
Getting organized (or at least appearing to) is as easy as onesies, twosies, threesies.
Available at hunter-ny.com, $40.
Crisp lapels, rolled-up sleeves, and shoulder pads: Welcome to 2011, Working Girl.
Available at dearfieldbinder.com, $150.
A hint of strawberry (lemon, lime, or kiwi) injects new life into watercooler conversation.
Available at takeyausa.com, $25.
Set Seven Habits of Rich Dads in a Four-Hour Workweek aside and start each morning with your personal self-help guru.
Available at mywakeupcalls.net, $20 per month.
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