Our Favorites List for the Month of April

The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and April marks the first full month of Spring. So we’re going to go ahead and declare this month’s list – Springtime Favorites. Sound like a plan? On our radar this month, we’ve included everything from a chic linen blazer, to the best daily sunscreen and cement basket planters that are guaranteed to be in your cart in about 10 seconds.  Of course, our favorites list wouldn’t be complete without a little something woven, so we have a few of those thrown in too. Dive into all the things we’re swapping recs on in our IDCO slack channel and be sure to leave a comment with what you can’t live without these days.



For Your Home


Olive Tree – Are you itching to add more greenery to your home? This pretty little potted olive tree brings the Tuscan countryside to you. We are adding this to the plant baby collection stat.


Landscape Art – Artist Jess Blazejewski just dropped her latest collection, and the landscapes are so dang beautiful. There are only a few left, but we can’t get enough of this moody number.


Cement Basket Planters – Basket meets cool cement outdoor planter? Yes, please! Not only do these have the look of a casual, slouchy woven basket but they are incredibly durable. Form meets function with this one.


Our Favorites List for the Month of April | Spring Capsule Wardrobe | The Identite Collective



For Your Beauty Routine


Supergoop Sunscreen – Sunscreen is a must-have in the beauty arsenal, and we’re always on the hunt for an everyday sunscreen that doesn’t feel heavy or greasy. Enter Supergoop. If you are looking for a weightless, matte finish, Unseen Sunscreen is perfect. For a little added glow, try Supergoop! Glow stick. We also love that it is cruelty-free.


Summer Fridays Mask – Cult favorite Summer Fridays has a new mask we are dying to try. Carve out some self-care time with their R + R mask for a healthy dose of bright skin and restorative natural oils.



For Your Wardrobe


Anthropologie Extended Sizes – Anthropology released extended sizes this month, and we are all in. Here are a few of our current faves available in standard, plus and petite sizes.


Cropped Utility Pants | Draped Jacket | Collared Linen Blouse | Colloquial Tee | Peasant Top


The Harper Mule – The mule addiction continues. We especially love these because the woven texture makes them feel custom molded to your foot.


Linen Blazer – We’re embracing our Diane Keaton ways and adding this striped linen blazer to the Spring capsule rotation.


Straw Circle Crossbody – It isn’t truly Spring if you aren’t donning a straw bag and this circle crossbody is giving us major picnic vibes.



For Work


MacBook Pro – The upside of a computer completely crashing is getting to test out a new model, and this MacBook Pro with touchscreen capabilities is fast becoming Anastasia’s new favorite.


To-Do List Tape – We love to stay organized digitally, but there is something about writing out a to-do list with regular old pen + paper that can’t be beat. If you are a fellow list maker, use this Russel + Hazel tape to turn any piece of paper into an organized, list making masterpiece.


Our Favorites List for the Month of April | Pink peonies in a woven basket | The Identite Collective



Currently Watching + Streaming


The Widow – Drama, suspense, Kate Beckinsale, this new Amazon Prime original has it all. We’re loving that it was actually FILMED in Africa, and shows the land and culture beautifully. We are adding to our cue for a weekend binge right.this.second.


To Live and Die in LA – You’ll be hooked from minute one of this podcast. Following the disappearance of a Hollywood aspiring actress, a Rolling Stone journalist tries to get to the bottom of this missing person case as it breaks. If you like true crime, this will be right up your alley.


The Aftermath – In theatres now, the film takes place just after WWII in an architect’s mansion in Germany, where he mixes the very first mid-century modern furniture with traditional pieces. The sets alone are INSANELY beautiful.



Bookmarked and Reading


Airbnb Magazine – Wanderlusters, this one is for you. Anastasia bookmarked every single page of this bad boy. From Buenos Aires details (next on her vacay list) to how to travel without contributing to over-tourism or pollution to the best roundup of Airbnb designs – IT IS SO GOOD.


Girl, Stop Apologizing – Though we haven’t read this one just yet, we love Rachel Hollister’s shame-free approach and actionable ideas. Thus, this book is sitting at the top of our Read Next pile.


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Erin Lepperd is an interior designer – turned digital media editor with a penchant for breathtaking interiors. When she’s not gabbing about design, you’ll find her wrangling her wild and wonderful 5-year-old twins, brunching like it’s her job and exploring the wilds of New England as a California transplant.


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