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Words: Francesca Brown, Stella Pratt, Emi Papanikola
Prepare for a day of sun-soaked relaxation on your very own Monki beach towel (£15, asos.com).
A tee to support Stella McCartney’s campaign to improve your health and the planet’s (£25, meatfreemondays.com).
Like bronzer for eyes, Surratt’s Prismatique shadow duo in Neutral will bring warmth to your face (£29, liberty.co.uk).
The only thing better than having a garden is having a summer house to boot (£1,499, wayfair.co.uk).
Cacti are having a moment – bring the outside in with these ceramic ones (from £17, easternbiological.co.uk).
Stella Jean’s striped skirt is a clever mix of ladylike shape and sensational colours (£257, matchesfashion.com).
From chocolate to vanilla, who doesn’t want to try Sketch & Sniff pencils? (£8, johnlewis.com).
Charged with powerful peptides, No7 Lift & Luminate Triple Action Serum will smooth fine lines (£27, boots.com).
Raf Simons’ latest range for Danish icon Kvadrat is on the summer textiles wishlist (from £111, skandium.com).
Another Country’s burning-sticks bundle is all you need for the home fire pit (£7, anothercountry.com).
Michael Kors’ After Sun Lip Balm will soothe sore lips dried out in the midday sun (£20, lookfantastic.com).
Bring the scent of LA palm trees to the UK with Maison La Bougie’s Beverly Hills candle (£35, selfridges.com).
Lime: essential in your mojito and your wardrobe, thanks to this halterneck dress (£180, karenmillen.com).
The BOL Californian Salad Jar has broccoli, quinoa, kale and seeds with soy & white miso (£3.99, ocado.com).
Essie’s Leave No Trace makes light work of removing glitter nail polish (£5.99, superdrug.com).
Kate Spade’s multi-patterned eraser set will look good on any desktop (£14.95 for four, octer.co.uk).
Walls in need of an upgrade? Use Valspar’s masonry paintbrush to avoid drip disasters (£4.48, diy.com).
This bra is designed to fit a MyZone sensor and track your workout (bra, £49.99, with sensor, £129.99, myzone.org).
Duck and Dry’s Up, Up and Away shampoo adds volume without weighing down your hair (£14, duckanddry.com).
Still not invested in the juicer of your dreams? Smeg’s pastel blue retro one is the answer (£450, smeguk.com).
This New Look anklet is proof that the Nineties throwback trend is here to stay (£4.99, newlook.com).
Umami is a quietly devastating but beautiful read set in modern-day Mexico. It’s very good (£12.99, amazon.co.uk).
All proceeds from Paul A Young’s Sky Box Set chocs go to the RNIB (out 11 July, £15.50, paulayoung.co.uk).
It’s impossible to lose your luggage if you add Punktuate London’s neon pink tag (£7.99, punktuatelondon.com).
If you missed High-Rise, in the cinema, prepare to be blown away by it – and Tom Hiddleston (£9.99, hmv.com).
Embrace your inner disco diva with Terry de Havilland’s collaboration with Asos (£135, asos.com).
Starskin’s Detox Sea Kelp Cleansing Foam has seaweed to dissolve harmful bacteria (£21.95, harveynichols.com).
Kopparberg’s fruit lager is all you need for long hazy weekends with a barbecue (£5.50 for four, asda.com).