Listen Up: From the 10 Things Cutting Room Floor and How Olive & June's Founder Nails It Every Time
Discovering cool new stuff is practically a religion over here at Of a Kind HQ—and our weekly 10 Things list is its bible. But, real talk, sometimes the stuff Claire and Erica can’t get enough of is...not exactly newsworthy. That doesn’t make those finds duds, though, and now is their time to shine. This week’s guest is also a longtime fave: Sarah Gibson Tuttle of the L.A. nail spot Olive & June that we wish would just open up in NYC already. Now, that would warrant a press release.
Also: If you need to be sold on our next #ReadingThings book, The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth, how about this: beautiful cowgirls falling in love! You’ve got until July 24th, people.
On the popular stuff that’s worth its salt...
Gatorade. It’s just...good—especially Frost Riptide Rush. But if you wanna go deep, Esquire and Thrillist have both weighed in on this very important topic. And if you’re up for trying a less sucrose-y, homemade version, Well + Good has got you covered.
Harry Styles’s “Sign of the Times” will make you wish you could go to prom again just to dance to it. And if that seems off-brand to you, please read this excellent piece by Cameron Crowe in Rolling Stone (tl;dr: teen girls rule the world). Also, don’t you dare forget about Zayn Malik and Niall Horen (but mostly Zayn).
Did you know that granola without the sticky sweetness is actually just muesli? It’s true, and it’s delicious...but you probably knew that already.
Special and amazing guest Sarah Gibson Tuttle, founder of Olive & June, on re-inventing nail salons (and sandals!)...
If you’re on the West Coast, get thee to a Olive & June ASAP (you’re welcome).
If you stop by, don’t forget to #OliveYourMani—also a great resource if you’re looking for ideas and wanna keep your finger on the pulse. And speaking of which: Sarah says rainbow nails, neutrals, and blues are what’s happening this summer.
And no matter where you are in the world, you’re gonna want to snag some Saturday Sandals, pedi-ready ones Sarah designed in collaboration with Charlotte Stone that make for extraordinary, leather replacements for sad foam sandals.
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