The Weekly Covet: Must-haves for Outdoor Activities

Once a week, we ask our editors to share the posts they love or covet, whether it’s a new skin care product we’re dying to try or a essential travel that we can not do without. Think of “The Weekly Covet” as your editor-approved wishlist for beauty, travel, fashion and everything in between.

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Outdoor pants (28 “)

“I plan to do a lot of hiking this fall, but wanted to level up with clothes that are stronger than leggings when the temperatures start to drop. These from Alder tick all the practical boxes and they’re flattering. can’t ask for more! ” – Roxanne Adamiyatt, Senior Lifestyle Editor

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Jacket 07

“Whether I’m heading to the mountains or for a fall day at the beach, October through November I always have a fleece with me. This One / Third option is slim fit so I don’t have it. ‘bulky looks her and the off-white hue is soft and so nice. Call it my new go-to. “- Roxanne Adamiyatt, Senior Lifestyle Editor

3

Tivoli IV Women’s Boot

“When the weather starts to get colder, I’m much more inclined to spend time outdoors if my head is warm and so are my feet. I am a big fan of Sorel’s Tivoli style, they are waterproof, insulated and have a sturdy sole, perfect for sailing in rain, sleet or snow. “- Caroline Hallemann, Director of Digital Information

4

APS Ultra Moisturizing Cream SPF 40

“The most important precaution to take outdoors is sun protection. Lately I’ve been using this sunscreen, recommended by Dr. Kevin Tehrani of New York, which also doubles as an anti-aging moisturizer.” – Erik Maza, Director of Style Features

5

Classic Beadnell Waxed Cotton Jacket

“If you spend time outdoors in a #verytandc (at the Estate, maybe) way, then you will surely need a Barbour jacket. leaf viewing whether you’re on a mountain trail or just strolling through Central Park. ” – Annie Goldsmith, News Editor

6

Wyecreeks Round Floating Polarized Sunglasses

“Outdoor activities require a good pair of sunglasses, and these are my must-haves for everything from days at the beach to hikes to observe the leaves. They are lightweight, polarized, and they will float even if you tip your head over. kayak while carrying them, although if they float on the river they are cheap enough that it is not a complete tragedy. – Lauren Hubbard, Contributor

7

Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle

“I like a good walk in the fall. And what makes a fall walk even better is doing it with a hot drink in your hand. you appreciate a walktail, a good thermos is the key. It’s also good for camping and the like, but… walktails. “- Meg Donohue, editor

8

Town Girl Track Sweater

“Sewing is just as important when it comes to athletic wear, and Alo has become my go-to for perfectly proportioned tops, including this breezy jacket that looks perfectly classy with leggings.” – Olivia Hosken, Style & Interior Editor

9

Pacific Sky Wash Denim Baseball Cap

“Although a baseball cap has been an American classic for many years now, Celine has managed to give it a fresh and modern touch. The blue denim cap will go well with anything, and it offers a great contrast when worn with dressier looks. ” – Dania Ortiz, Fashion & Accessories Director

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Women’s Gola Classics Boston ’78 Metallic Trainers

“Walks in the park enjoying the fresh fall air are my favorite – which makes them best, they’re super comfy shoes. These shoes from Gola are my favorite and feel like walking on them. clouds. The silver / gray combo allows me to pair them with any of my favorite fall outfits. ” – Cassandra Hogan, Fashion assistant

11

Original tall rain boots for women

I, for one, have never recovered from Kate Moss parading her coffee and muddy Hunter boots on the metaphorical track at the Glastonbury Music Festival. And as a good enthusiast, I take inspiration from this iconic look and try to fit them into my daily life, pairing my rain boots with feminine dresses, denim shorts and mini skirts. Ultimately, I’m not Kate Moss. But with Hunter boots, I can always get that cool look effortlessly. “- Sarah Adams, freelance fashion assistant

12

Women’s Performance Hiking Socks 3-Pack

“I’ll never stop talking about my favorite socks, and no time seems more appropriate to rekindle the sock talk than when the topic of outdoor essentials is brought up. Whether you’re hiking or just coping with cooler temperatures, Breathable Bombas and, because it’s always important, stylish hiking socks are so nice you barely feel them. ” – Lucia Tonelli, associate editor

13

Movement tank

New York label Jacques, founded in 2018, is the rare line of activewear that you can wear outside of the gym without looking like a dope. It’s understated, sporty, and sharp. J bought this tank top at the start of WFH and I still wear it. In fact, maybe it’s time to do an update. “- Erik Maza, Director of Style Features

14

High Rise Chevron 7/8 Sculpt Compression Leggings

“The cooler weather is great for spending more time outdoors being active. I love to enjoy it and go for hikes, long walks and cross country runs. These new Tory Sport Sculpt Compression Leggings are soft, comfortable and breathable, the perfect recipe for hours of exercise outside. ” – MaryKate Boylan, Senior Fashion Editor

15

Hit The Slopes fleece jacket

“A brisk fall walk and a chat with my friends is one of my favorite traditions in cold weather. As I speed through the park, chatting like Carrie and Miranda, I’ll be in need of a hot drink. hand and a comfortable fleece on my body. The Hit the Slopes fleece by FP Movement is my favorite. Its oversized silhouette makes it perfect for layering and I love this bordeaux merlot, a must-have for fall. – Colleen Sheehan, Freelance Fashion Assistant

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