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6 Stylish Picks to Upgrade Your Picnic
Fun finds to elevate an outdoor afternoon. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published July 3, 2014

We’re not saying you can’t have a perfectly fine picnic with just a stack of disposable paper plates and some tattered old blanket you dug from the depths of your linen closet. But there is a better way: A carefully curated spread of classic-yet-sophisticated supplies can instantly take your picnic from basic to blogworthy. Here—just in time for your Fourth of July festivities—we've pinpointed six of our favorite finds for dining al fresco.

Clockwise: A Sunny Afternoon Picnic Basket, $125; Serena & Lily Brahams Mount Banded Herringbone Throw, $295; Fort Standard Crest brass bottle opener, $60 at Poketo; Saturday Geometric serving spoons, $25; MyDrap Napkins on a Roll, $28 at Dry Goods; Terrain Yard Dice, $68.

 

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