August 26, 2019

Back to Cool: Must-Have Desktop Supplies for Adults

Just because you’re grown it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the delight of fresh office supplies when that nostalgic back-to-school feeling hits in September. Whether you’re a CEO in a corner office or a freelancer working from home, there’s always room to inject a little extra fashion into your 9-5. As summer draws to a close, stock up on these luxe supplies to give you that fabulous feeling of a fresh start. —Jeanine Gordon

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designer jotter. Skip the grade-school notebooks and add luxury to your to-do list with this timeless Hermes journal ($100) in the brand’s classic orange shade.

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ladylike folders. Enter your next meeting in style with sleek, gold-striped Kate Spade file folders ($18). Because if you’re going to get organized, you might as well do it in the most fashionable way.

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pretty pen. Become the envy of all your co-workers and take notes the old fashioned way with this elegant Tiffany & Co. pen ($155 at Indigo). We love the glossy pop of the brand’s signature robin’s egg blue hue that elevates any basic desk space.

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classy clips. Fasten your next report in style with these whimsical rose gold diamond-shaped paper clips ($14 on Amazon.ca) that add a dose of glamour to pushing papers.

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chic tote. Turn your commute into a style statement when you swap your dated briefcase for a chic leather Tory Burch carry-all ($736 at Nordstrom). Roomy enough for your laptop and all of your essentials, this timeless tote will take you from your desk to dinner in style.


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