Spring picnics are a celebration of the season, and a return to outdoor activities that previously were impossible thanks to inclement weather. That said, Spring picnics are still less predictable than Summer picnics. That means you have to plan for fluctuations in temperature and sun conditions. Plan prudently by bringing a heavier picnic blanket that can serve as a quick coverup for chilly shoulders. The Urbancase Getaway Blanket ($175) is made from vintage Italian army surplus blankets and embroidered with an image of a super-cute little Euro jalopy. It's been prewashed for softness, so you don't have to worry about the itch factor if you're snuggling with your honey on it.
However, the sun might get pretty hot during a Spring picnic afternoon, so make sure to bring a sun hat as well; maybe you're into the stripes on this Lacoste Striped Sun Hat ($65)? A Swing Hermetic Glass Water Bottle ($3) will keep you hydrated on hot afternoons (or provide a good place to hide your hooch), too.
For the coolest shopping basket ever, secure a Design House Stockholm Shopping Basket ($37) to the handlebars of your Dutch-style bike, or use it as a tote to carry your farmers market produce to the park for an impromptu al frescho healthy lunch. Shop the rest of the look for my recommended reading material, picnic baskets, and more!