Summer Essentials

Your warm weather get-together isn’t complete without these local goods


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1. Pineapple Jalapeño Wolf Moon Mixers; $15, at various locations; info@wolfmoonmixers.com; wolfmoonmixers.com

2. McClure’s Pickles, $8, at Kroger, 1237 N. Coolidge Hwy., Troy; 248-519-1320; kroger.com 

3-4. Vernors and Faygo, $1.50 each, at The Detroit Shoppe, Somerset Collection North, 2800 W. Big Beaver Rd.; 248-816-5470; thedetroitshoppe.com

5. Hibiscus Wolf Moon Mixers, $15, at various locations  

6. Frisbee, $13, at Dick’s Sporting Goods, 1290 S. Rochester Rd., Rochester Hills; 248-608-9696; dickssportinggoods.com

7. Leather Football, $150, at Shinola, 441 W. Canfield St., Detroit; 313-285-2390; shinola.com

8. Estate Backpack, $198, at Fossil, Somerset Collection North; 248-822-6140; fossil.com

9-10. Christian Lacroix large sketchbook, $14, Bright Ideas Colored Pencils, $15, at Scout, 508 S. Washington Ave., Royal Oak; 248-548-1065; scoutroyaloak.com

11. Leather Handle Picnic Basket, $70, at Crate and Barrel, Somerset Collection South, 2801 W. Big Beaver Rd., Troy; 248-643-6610; crateandbarrel.com

12. Big Blue Mini Wireless Travel Speaker, $50, at Brookstone, Somerset Collection South; 248-637-2866; brookstone.com

13. Scala Handcrafted Sun Hat, $32, at Sole Sisters, 329 S. Main St., Rochester; 248-652-9305; shopsolesisters.com

14-15. Carson Sunglasses, $120, Comanche Sunglasses, $110, at Feller Shades, Ann Arbor; fellershades.com    

16. Miz Mooz Bueno Sandals, $90, at Sole Sisters

17. Coola Makeup Setting Spray SPF 30, $36, at Mills Pharmacy and Apothecary, 1744 W. Maple Rd., Birmingham; 248-644-5060; millspharmacy.com

18. French Multi-Stripe Picnic Blanket, $50, at Crate and Barrel, Somerset Collection South

 

 

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