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Let’s forget about the stigma surrounding this more-than-a-century-old drink: the Daiquiri is still one of the simplest, most refined cocktails to ever be enjoyed worldwide. Who wouldn’t enjoy the blended, blissful simplicity of its sweet, sour, and fruity flavors? Recent generations may have grown weary of flimsy packets of Daiquiri premixes, but a Daiquiri done right is something to behold. So behold: here’s our delicious take on the Daiquiri.

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED (serves 2)

1 cup pitted cherries
3 tablespoons of lime juice
2 teaspoons sugar
2 ounces rum
2 ounces cherry liqueur
2 cups ice


Add all ingredients into a blender and thoroughly blend on pulse, then blend on high until smooth. Pour into 2 glasses and garnish with a slice of lime and/or maraschino cherries. Serve immediately.

So fast. Summer seems to have gone by so fast, which maybe means we’ve just been having too much fun in the sun. Road trips with friends, massive music festivals, and countless nights out on the town…and quite frankly, we want more.

So ephemeral, this season always teases and never seems to last long enough. It’s probably why we love it so much. But here’s to making it last, and holding out for one last summer memory.

And here’s to New Arrivals: the best way to welcome what’s new.

make it last

Just like an outfit isn’t complete without the right piece, summer isn’t complete without the right drink. Summertime is nearing its end but it wouldn’t be complete without a healthy glass of spiked strawberry lemonade. Better late than never, here’s a sweet and easy recipe for this timeless warm-weather essential.

Lemonade a la Antiqua: pair off with the perfect dress sandal.

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED (serves four)

16 ounces of strawberries
1 cup sugar
3 medium lemons
2 tablespoons of honey
2 cups drinking water
2 cups seltzer water


Gently roll the lemons down between your palm and a counter-top to get the juices flowing. Halve the lemons and squeeze the juice through a strainer into a pitcher.

In a medium saucepan, bring drinking water and sugar to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer, stirring until the sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and let cool completely, then pour into the pitcher.

Puree strawberries and honey in a blender. Transfer to the pitcher and refrigerate until well chilled.

School is almost back in session but don’t sweat it: today’s lesson is all about smooth transitions. Whether you’re starting a new academic year or preparing for school traffic to ruin your morning work commute, we’ve got the perfect playlist for you to help you deal with the changes. Because let’s face it: things will get a bit busier after summer slow-life, but that’s exactly what we want. Let the fun begin!

Bonus: extra long playlist for extra long days.

Double Bonus: new August styles are out now!


More than what we’re sipping, the best part of having a drink with friends is the get-together. The wine we have and the spirits we savor are second to the stories we tell and the laughter we share. But we can still enjoy a little drink here and there, so here’s our take on everyone’s favorite social drink: the sangria. Make a batch and toast to your time together!

More to love: new arrivals for a night out are here.

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1 750 ml bottle of white wine (Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, etc.)
1 orange sliced into wedges
1 lemon sliced into wedges
1 fresh pineapple diced into 1-inch chunks
1/4 cup of sugar
4 cups of ginger ale or lemon lime soda
1/2 cup of coconut rum
1 bunch of fresh mint leaves


Pour wine into a large pitcher, squeeze in the juice from the lemon and orange wedges (don’t discard wedges), add sugar, and stir. Toss in fruit wedges (removing seeds) and pineapple, then chill overnight.

Add soda, rum, and ice to pitcher just before serving. Muddle clean mint leaves into each serving glass and pour sangria over leaves. Enjoy.

Let’s go back. Waaaay back…back into time–

–And back to the beach. With artists like The Beach Boys, Bob Marley, and Francois Hardy, this week’s playlist is full of chart toppers spanning decades of bonfires and boardwalk bashes. Give it a listen and live out your endless summer.

And then check out these timeless styles, here.


August 8, 2014

We have mixed feelings about August. While we find ourselves happily settled into the slow-groove of summer, thoughts of future hectic schedules in the fall begin to cloud our sunny skies. But we won’t let our endless summer, end, so we’re getting lifted by this soulful summer mix. Give it a listen: that’s the sound of your worries going away.

Soul to sole: uplifting New Arrivals are here.


July aka National Blueberry Month is almost over, but not without one last hurrah! Blueberries and lemonade have always been high on our list of refreshing treats, but we found a new love when we teamed them up with a little bit of vodka. Light, sweet, and slightly tart; you’ll want to savor summer with each sip.

The blue crew: Trista, Sammy, and Loyita.

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED (serves 4-6)

15 ounces Vodka
1 cup blueberries
1/2 cup carbonated water
13 ounces Lemonade


Put blueberries in a 1 quart mason jar and fill jar with Vodka. Tightly place lid and refrigerate for 24 hours.

Blend 2 cups of lemonade with 2 cups of ice into a slushy consistency and pour into a pitcher. Combine 15 ounces of blueberry vodka (including blueberries) with carbonated water, stir, and serve.

Who doesn’t love a tasty mojito? Sweet and tart, our Cranberry Mojito is just what you need to top off a summer celebration. Best enjoyed in your favorite sandals, with your favorite people. Cheers!


Cranberry Mojito (Paired with Hadria in beige)

(Serves Two)


8 ounces of fresh cranberries
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
10 mint leaves
1 teaspoon lime juice
2 ounces rum
Seltzer water


Create a cranberry simple syrup by adding fresh cranberries, sugar, and water to a sauce pot. Over medium heat, bring mixture to a simmer and then reduce heat to low, cooking for 10 minutes. After the mixture takes on a pink hue and reduces to syrup consistency, remove pot from heat and let cool.

Into 2 tall glasses, add mint leaves (slightly muddled to release flavor) and lime juice. Fill each glass with ice and add in 2 ounces cranberry simple syrup and 2 ounces rum. Top with seltzer water.