TAKE A SEAT
Could there be a better seat for watching the Daffodil Festival’s classic car parade than this teak Adirondack designed by longtime Sconset lover Knut Fenner, the founder of the Sconset Chair Company? Custom-built with ingenious wine glass holders, you can recline in style while never spilling a drop. Available at www.Sconsetchair.com
No one wants another Daffy rainout like last year, but if the clouds do come, ladies Blue Beetle has just what you need to stay dry, cute, and comfortable with this Mariners Grade rain jacket by Joules. Available at Blue Beetle on 12 Main Street.
What’s the Daffy Fest without a couple classic cocktails? Just in at Mitchell’s Book Corner, Vintage Cocktails is a clever cocktail cookbook that will help you shake things up on Milestone Road. Please read responsibly. Available at Mitchell’s Book Corner on 54 Main Street.
Featured at this year’s Nantucket Wine Festival, The Clambake Chardonnay from Ripe Life Wines was designed with Nantucket picnics and beach parties in mind. Delicious (and affordable), Clambake packs a taste of summer for your early spring. Also keep an eye out for Ripe Life’s newest creation, Tailgate Wine, due out next fall. Available at Epernay on 1 North Beach Street.
IN THE BAG
Murray’s Toggery has the bag of all bags for Daffodil Festival courtesy of Dooney & Bourke. Pick up one of these fun, flowery purses while they are still in bloom. Available at Murray’s Toggery on 62 Main Street.
ICE, ICE BABY
Looking to increase the cool factor in your wine chiller? Leslie Linsley’s custom beverage buckets do the job while showing off your Nantucket pride. Available at Marine Home Center on 134 Orange Street.