Work It Like Kate

Being organized can be super chic thanks to these fun finds from Kate Spade. Not only are our picks stylish, they also make taking charge fun. Kate Spade, 271 Greenwich Avenue, 203-622-4260;


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2016 17-Month Large Agenda-Quick & Curious, $36

Keeping track of all your appointments in one of these Kate Spade Agendas, which are decked out with polkadots, whimsical illustrations or affirmations. They make managing your life a treat rather than a chore.



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Idiom Pencils, $20

Stock your pencil cup with the cutest statement pencils around. Each pencil is imprinted with the lingo of the desk jockey, like “Take Note” and “In a Manner of Speaking.”


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One in a million business card holder, $30

Take professionalism to the next level without sacrificing your feminine style. Kate Spade’s colorful business card holders keep your cards crisp and clean—and easy to find.

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Expletive Paper Clips, $12

Stay on task with these stylish paper clips. The expletives will group the documents you’re working while providing a boost of bling to your day.

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The Short List Small Notepad, $8; The Long List Large Notepad, $10

Everyone likes to make lists, but we love to cross item off. Lighten up your loaded workday with these notbooks that will help you separate the big tasks from the easy one.


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Confetti Card (comes with a set of 10 cards and 10 envelopes), $25

There is nothing quite like a handwritten note to make a great impression. The gold embellishments on this set add a little pop without overpowering your words.



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