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In our June/July magazine's "Booty Call" feature, associate editor Callie Watts shares sizzling summer accoutrements for a bitchin’, boozy picnic:

Stay classy with canned sparkling-wine cocktails—French 75, with an elderflower finish, and citrus-y Rosé Lime. Pampelonne French 75 and Rosé Lime, $16.99 each for a pack of 4,

Lounge out on this “Let’s Stay Here Forever” blanket. We Out Here Beach Sheet in Forever, $40,

Keep ’em cool in this insulated grapefruit-shaped bag. Super Chill Cooler Bag in Grapefruit, $32,


Sparkling, zesty orange-flavored soda is perfect for the teetotalers. Sipp Sparkling Organic Soda in Zesty Orange, $28.95 for 12,

Keep it simple with a gin and grapefruit cocktail. Mr Lyan’s Diamond Ricky, $26.51,

Canned sparkling grapefruit-and-tequila cocktails are portable party perfection. Half-Seas Paloma 4-pack, $24.99,

Drink this cucumber, elderflower, and gin Old Fashioned over ice with your pinky out. Wandering Barman The Socialite Handcrafted Cocktail, starting at $10, (currently only available in Brooklyn)

This stemless travel wine cup will keep your bevvie chilled. Swig 12-oz Stemless Wine Cup in Mint, $19.95,


You’ll want to slow sip this date-infused bourbon Old Fashioned. Wandering Barman The Swipe Right Handcrafted Cocktail, starting at $10, (currently only available in Brooklyn). 

By Callie Watts
Photographed by Kristyna Archer
Styled by Martha Bernabe PROP HAUS NYC

This article originally appeared in the June/July 2018  print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today!

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