August 14, 2019 at 03:30PM by CWC

Five years ago, who would have thought that designer water bottles would be a Thing? Yet, having a S’well stainless steel water bottle has become a chic workout accessory. Whether you’re into the marble design, teakwood, or one with a psychedelic print, spending $35 on something to hold your water has become normalized just like buying $110 leggings and $60 sports bras. They’re just so pretty.

Well, get ready for your kitchen to get a lot more attractive, too. Tomorrow, the brand is launching a new lines under its S’well Food umbrella, including S’well Eats (portable bowls that keep food hot or cold), S’nack by S’well (portable snacking containers), and Barware.

All three new offshoots have the same stainless steel, sleek designs that made the water bottles a cult favorite. Both the bowls and snacking containers come in two sizes (small and large), are microwaveable safe, and keep food the desired temp for between six and eight hours. Prices range between $20 and $50.

The Barware includes wine tumblers, an ice bucket, carafe, wine chiller, and even champagne flutes all in either gold, black marble, or teakwood. Like everything else in the S’well lines, it has triple-layer insulation and keeps bevvies chilled for up to eight hours, which means it’s here for your beach and picnic days.

As sustainability becomes a bigger focus, more brands are working to create solutions that are not only better for the planet but actually look cool, too. We’re calling it: putting your salad in plastic containers is about to be majorly outdated.

BTW, living a sustainable life doesn’t have to be expensive. All these ways are free and simple.

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Author Emily Laurence | Well and Good
Selected by CWC

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