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It's no surprise that biking has quickly become the way to get around in 2020. Not only does it give us welcomed opportunities for exercise and fresh air, but it’s also one of the safer ways to travel currently (along with being a perfect socially distant activity). And, with a long weekend on our horizons, it's the perfect time to get outside and cruise — so, we rounded up 14 bike accessories for a cool, comfortable, and SAFE ride. Whether it's a $17 vintage-style bell that comes in an array of candy-coated colors or a super-rugged folding pannier bag with such an ardent following that it was sold out until recently, the ahead goods will help make your ride secure and stylish. Click through to outfit your bike for the long-summer haul — and be sure to shout out your favorite bells and whistles in the comments below. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. All product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?How To Stay Safe While Riding Your Bike OutsideThe Best Commuter Bikes To Buy Before They're GoneHow To Find The Right Bike Helmet For You
Between laptops, beauty products, and emergency snacks, itty-bitty shoulder bags don't always cut it when you're running around. You need something sturdy that'll fit all the essentials, but at the same time, you'd like an everyday bag that's super stylish, too. Finding that option that combines the best of both worlds - something that's just as cute as it is practical - hasn't proven to be easy. To help you find the one that your life has been missing, we rounded up a handful of chic and useful options that make carrying all the necessities easy. From brands like Cuyana, H&M, and Tory Burch, there's no shortage of good finds here. Keep reading to shop them all and find your match. - Additional reporting by Samantha Sutton Related: The 10 Bag Brands You Need to Know in 2020
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Fashion has always had a way of taking our core wardrobe essentials — outerwear, underwear, and everything in between — and turning them into statement pieces. Consider the trusty trench coat, for example, which was originally created to shield soldiers from the elements but, over time, turned into one of the most distinctive utility apparel items a person could own. And don't get us started on how the functional bike short has morphed into a top streetwear trend that will not go away (even after its initial rise and fall in the '90s). It's no surprise, then, that the protective face coverings we've been advised (and in some cases, ordered) to wear outdoors to curb the spread of the coronavirus have quickly been embraced and beautified by the fashion world. "It just felt like there was a need [for a stylish face mask]," says Hillary Taymour, founder of the sustainable clothing brand Collina Strada. "I was wearing brightly colored masks walking over the bridge daily to the studio and it put a smile on everyone’s face. So why not bring that to the general public?" Taymour began producing non-medical face masks in mid-March, drawing on the crafty skills of model and friend Sasha Melnychuk to design something protective yet personal. The final product was a remarkable marriage of motifs featuring Collina Strada's signature ribbons — a fixture of the brand's runway shows — and the vibrant patterns of already available deadstock fabric. This kind of creative take on meeting consumer needs during the pandemic allows shoppers to adhere to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines without losing touch with the familiarity of their personal style. Masks may still feel like an unusual addition to our daily routines because of the way they conceal the parts of ourselves that are normally exposed, but that doesn't mean our identities have to be hidden too. By opting for the right print to suit your own aesthetic and making a purchase you know will benefit those in need, wearing a face mask can become more than just our collective responsibility — it can be an entirely new form of self-expression. "With every purchase [of a Collina Strada mask], you are donating five masks to healthcare workers," Taymour says. "The design just brings a little sunshine during one of the most difficult times we have seen in this lifetime." Taymour was one of many designers to pivot to non-medical face mask production with the goal of giving back as the coronavirus crisis hit its devastating crescendo. Companies like Reformation and Sanctuary also reacted quickly by organizing local manufacturers to do the same using fabrics from their warehouses. New York-based label Alice+Olivia announced that it would donate 5,000 face masks to medical centers around the country while selling consumer-friendly options online. In addition to equipping customers with the coverings they need, founder Stacey Bendet pointed out a greater purpose of this initiative: "Let's show support for our community and the doctors, nurses, delivery workers, and first responders who are combatting this crisis on the front lines,” she said in a press release. The more non-medical face masks made available to the public, the less of a strain there will be on the medical-grade materials our heroes on the front lines require to protect themselves on the job. Ahead, we've rounded up a list of fashion brands that are enhancing the process of mask manufacturing with their unique brands of sartorial savoir-faire. Face coverings are a crucial way for us to keep one another safe when we're in public, and they aren't going anywhere. So go ahead and get comfortable with one that speaks to your own style, be that in the form of something upcycled, a badass camo print, delicate florals — even toile, if that's your thing. You do you, as long as you're doing it responsibly. COVID-19 has been declared a global pandemic. Go to the CDC website for the latest information on symptoms, prevention, and other resources. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. All product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Here's Where To Buy Non-Medical Face Masks Online17 Bandanas To Shop Now For DIY Face MasksWhere To Buy DIY Face Mask Filters
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If Oprah loves it, we're guaranteed to love it. So, when we found out last spring that Oprah's favorite sneakers are Vionic sneakers, we were quick to snag our own pair. Why are they so great? Three reasons: They're comfy, they're chic, and — well — Oprah loves 'em. Need we say more? Now, the […]
Getting ready for a Fourth of July celebration, whether it's at home with your loved ones or celebrating with a few friends, doesn't mean you have to reach for something covered with the American flag on it. (Trust us, you can pack away that American-flag bikini for good.) It's time you get inspired by these street style stars to put together an outfit that will work all summer long, not just for the Fourth of July. Plus, they're not cheesy! While most people often opt for some combination of red, white, and blue, that doesn't mean your ensemble has to be boring. Whether you choose a red-and-white-striped dress or pair a chic white slip dress with rad sneakers, you'll want to wear these 53 looks on multiple occasions. Keep reading to soak up the inspiration just in time for whatever your plans are this Fourth of July. Related: 116 Pieces of Cute, Comfortable, and Patriotic Clothing to Wear on Labor Day - All $51 or Less
Ever since a majority of the world’s population moved indoors amidst the pandemic, a number of interesting fashion trends have come to light. There was the QuarantinePillowChallenge, which involved influencers swapping out mini dresses for pillows and accessorizing with Gucci and Chanel belts and bags. Then there was JacquemusAtHome, a strangely satisfying viral trend, coined by designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, that involved making bras out of croissants and heels out of tropical fruit and toilet rolls. Then there was the nightgown dress trend, as if we needed yet another excuse not to get dressed in the morning. But the latest fashion item to garner attention during the pandemic is not entirely surprising: mask accessories. If you’ve spent time on Instagram lately, you’ve probably noticed an uptick in face masks that aren’t just protective and fashionable, but also feature additional accessories, from éliou pearl chains reminiscent of Croakies to oversize ribbons that come with Collina Strada's version. Scrunchie-like "ties," chunky acetate chains, and beaded designs that go over the masks are some of the other accessories that have come to decorate this essential item lately. Ahead, see accessories that are giving masks — that we should all continue to wear to curb the spread of the virus — a stylish twist. COVID-19 has been declared a global pandemic. Go to the CDC website for the latest information on symptoms, prevention, and other resources. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Society6's New Face Masks Support Black ArtHow To Wash Your Cloth Face Mask17 Bandanas To Shop Now For DIY Face Masks
Just when I think I own every sneaker imaginable, Nike releases another design I can't be without. For summer, the brand just dropped these incredible Nike Air Max Exosense Women's Shoes ($120) - they look just like monarch butterfly wings! The clever kicks will definitely get tons of compliments. Not only are these butterfly sneakers pretty, but they're also insanely comfortable. "Padded pods, Nike Air cushioning and Cushlon foam create dimensional comfort that's out-of-this-world soft while the modern appearance generates new energy that flows from your every step," the site states. Spread your wings and buy these cool new shoes ASAP! We have a feeling they're going to sell out crazy fast. Related: I Found These Satin Sandals Hiding on Amazon, and They Get Me TONS of Compliments