We all know that things don’t bring you happiness, but sometimes they do. We wanted to share some lifestyle brands we’re loving right now. From glasses, to health and activewear, to coffee and even travel, we got you covered for all of your lifestyle needs.
Starting off strong with the chicest travel products we’ve come across! Bonus, they aren’t super expensive! Founded by Shay Mitchell, yes Emily from Pretty Little Liars, the businesswoman and new mom created Beis. This stylish and functional brand has everything you need whether you’re on your way out of the country or stepping out for class. Beis has created the perfect travel essentials like their luxurious hard-shell suitcases, diaper bag, and never-ending cosmetic bags, you’ll be sure to find something useful for your everyday life.
2. Warby Parker
If you’re a glasses wearer or have ever watched any YouTube video you should have heard of Warby Parker by now. Their goal is to revolutionize designer eyewear at an affordable price for all consumers. They have every shape and color so that you have an option for everyday. Still stumped on what to get? They offer an at home try on kit where you receive 5 different glasses of your choosing and you can keep the ones you love. They also offer comprehensive eye exams at all of their flagship stores so you don’t have to guess on your old prescription. Warby Parker has an abundance of options whether you’re looking for contacts, blue light glasses, sunglasses or even just an exam.
Goop is the OG lifestyle brand. Founded by Gwyneth Paltrow 2008, the brand began as newsletter that recommended shopping and travel destinations. Nearly 12 years later and that very newsletter has transformed into a $250 million retail and content creating business. Goop sells everything form skincare and clothing to an abundance of collaborations they have with other beauty and fashion brands. They offer content on their websites from different contributors that write on food, wellness, beauty and home. What is this brand not doing is the real question? You can shop all the good goopness at their website!
4. Chamberlain Coffee
“Zero Bullshit. Just Coffee.” This is the slogan of 19-year-old Emma Chamberlain’s coffee brand. Chamberlain Coffee is made responsibly and ethically with special grade USDA organic coffee beans. On the brands website they offer five different blends of coffee with the most adorable packaging. I think the Social Dog Blend is right up my alley. They sell steeped bags and travel cups to make your morning sips more convenient and enjoyable. You can also buy totes, travel straws, and more drinkware… is that even a word? Either way, this coffee brand is cute, ethical and delicious. What’s not to love?
5. Something Navy
Our current obsession right now is Something Navy. The brand is climbing its way to popularity with their adorable clothes and new website launch. The original clothing brand was founded by Arielle Charnas after launching her personal blog Something Navy nearly 8 years before that! She later transitioned her blog to a full-fledged clothing line that was in collaboration with Nordstrom. After a whirlwind year and sales through the roof, Something Navy decided to branch out on their own and created their own lifestyle brand similar to Goop. Their website houses articles from a number of contributors, clothing from Something Navy and other brands they love. Charnas has big plans for Something Navy. She hopes to expand the brand to all avenues of life like home décor and scents. They are something unstoppable!
6. Summer Fridays
After testing out countless of products, Marianna Hewitt and Lauren Gores Ireland decided to take a major leap and create their own brand to make the perfect products for them. They were searching for products with good for you ingredients that gave your skin that bright glowy look immediately. They two former bloggers have built a solid following from their social media platforms. Their loyal followers are also loyal consumers, selling out all of their products the first few launches. Their Jetlag Mask and Lip Butter Balm and crowd favorites that have made it to the top of everyone’s must have list. The brand even has collaborations with Tezza and Swell that you can purchase on the Summer Friday’s website.
7. The Mayfair Group
The Mayfair Group is “an all-inclusive brand representation company” that specializes in social media, sales, public relations, graphic design and so much more. The Mayfair group has a strong social media presence with over 400k followers on Instagram. The Mayfair Group represents a multitude of brands that youre sure to know. Wildflower Cases, 437, Nasty Gal and Steele are just a few that you may know. Branding is the foundation of any company and The Mayfair Group has you covered for all of your favorite lifestyle brands. They also sell their own aesthetic merch that is cuter than ever!
Whether you know her by Pop Pilates or Cassey Ho, you know that little firecracker from YouTube who created Pop Pilates Song Challenges. The YouTube fitness guru turned businesswoman has worn many hats throughout her career on the social media platform but is now wearing the CEO cap after creating her uber successful lifestyle brand. Cassey Ho created Popflex as an inclusive activewear brand that quickly expanded to athleisure, workout mats, blocks, water bottles and her famous Fit Planners.
9. Child of Wild
Oh… we’re excited for this one! Another one of our favorite lifestyle brands is Child of Wild. This online shop sells thoughtfully curated home goods and badass jewelry. Child of Wild also donates funds that have been fundraised and a portion of their profits to a number of international causes. On their website you can sort through all of their amazing products. Their wall décor will make the perfect center piece for your space. I’ve been obsessing over their crystals and drooling over their stationary. Child of Wild is your one stop shop for all of your jewelry and home décor needs.
10. Pura Vida
Have you heard of Pura Vida? A brand with a heart warming begin message. After a college graduation trip in 2010, founders Griffin Thall and Paul Goodman created Pura Vida to help support artisan jewelry makers in Costa Rica. They were so astounded by the beauty and culture of the country that after running into two artisan workers who were struggling to survive the two sold 400 of their bracelets back in San Diego. What was originally just bracelets has expanded into an entire jewelry company that supplies artisan jobs to over 1000 people in Costa Rica, El Salvador, and India.
With the Holidays around the corner you may be in a crunch to find something awesome to gift this year. We’ve compiled these 10 lifestyle brands that sell useful and fun products that anyone would be bound to love.