4 Ways to Enjoy the Last Weekend of Summer


Just like the rest of the summer, August came and went in the blink of an eye. But before you pull out your sweaters and boots, remember there’s one weekend left to make your final memory of summer 2019. We love to make the most of every sunny day before the leaves begin to fall, which is why we rounded up our top four ways to spend the last weekend of the season.



road trip

Perhaps you’ve been putting off that escape to an exciting city or nearby national park. Well, there’s no better time to visit than now! Take a day or two off from work and ask your closest girlfriends if they’re up for an adventure. Naturally for a weekend getaway our bag of choice is the Grand Weekender Travel Bag, so you can pack the essentials and still have some room for souvenirs.




lake retreat

Relaxing at the lake is an activity that takes place exclusively during the summer. If you’re a total summer gal, we can’t think of a better way to spend this final weekend than riding jet skis, sunbathing in your favorite suit and taking one last swim. Simply fill up our fan-favorite Cooler Tote with sandwiches and drinks and you’re ready for a weekend of sun!




overnight getaway

If the final days of summer seem to be getting away from you with all your to-dos, then simply squeeze in an overnight stay in a nearby town you’ve been dying to visit. Pack minimally with the help of our Lighten Up Journey Backpack, which makes traveling with a single bag easy.





Sometimes the best vacation is a staycation. If you love the summer breeze in your own hometown then enjoy it for all its worth! Check out all of your favorite hometown summertime rituals like cozying up in a throw blanket at the drive-in theater, taking a bike ride around town or indulging in your favorite local cuisine.



A new season means a new print! Say hello to fall with our latest pattern, Indiana Rose, available to shop next week.



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