Five New Additions You'll Want for Spring

April 10, 2019

Five New Additions You'll Want for Spring

Spring has sprung! Spring is the perfect time for sports, sipping cocktails, and enjoying the outdoors! It's also a great time for a little retail therapy, and we are here to help. Here we highlight five new additions that are perfect for spring. From accessories to drink ware, you won't want to miss out on these unique finds. These items fit perfectly into your springtime lifestyle! All featured items are available either online or in-store.

Used Baseball Bookends

Game-used baseballs made into handcrafted bookends

Spring means warmer temperatures, blooming flowers, and baseball! Celebrate the season with these unique bookends. Each bookend features three stacked, used baseballs on a sturdy iron base. These are the perfect gift for any lover of the great sport of baseball! No two are alike, as each features a used baseball that still has dirt on it from its last game! Handmade out of Michigan, these bookends are all-American in so many ways.

Laulom Folio

Brown English suede

The folio bag from Laulom will be your new best friend. It’s light, smooth, and easy to carry. The authentic brown English suede on both sides of the pouch matches perfectly with springtime jeans or a stylish suit. These bags are crafted out of California by a company named Laulom. While the folio is lightweight and soft, it is also durable. Use this folio for an iPad, important documents, or just a cell phone and wallet.


Jan Barboglio Capullo Flute

Handcrafted glass and iron

These flute glasses are the essential cocktail party accessories. Use them for a beautiful glass of champagne or a Prosecco-inspired mixed drink. Jan Barboglio’s unique design insures that these glasses will stand out. Handcrafted glass is finished off with sturdy and industrial iron, which has been elegantly worked into a beaded pattern on the bottom. Be sure to compliment your Sunday spring brunch with these Capullo flutes.

 

Silk Pocket Square

Hook & Albert design

These pocket squares are just fun! They come in a variety of unique colors and patterns, sure to get you in the mood for spring. Check out some of the flower and striped variations. They’re all silk and slide easily into a suit pocket. Be sure not to miss out on the unique spring colors.


Booze & Vinyl

A modern coffee table book with music and booze

Music can influence your mood, behavior, and even your drinks! Booze & Vinyl is the perfect coffee table book for the audiophile or cocktail aficionado. The book gives you the perfect drink pairing for your favorite albums so that you can marry great cocktails with timeless music. Read through this coffee table book to learn which combinations best suit you and your spring mood! (Photo by Jason Varney)






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