Life gives you lemons, buy lemon-printed sandals.

Whether it hails from your backyard garden, the local farmer’s market, or a convenient grocery delivery service, fresh, colorful produce is one of summer’s simple pleasures. This year, even the fashion world is going bananas (and strawberries and avocados) for #fruitlife with juicy motifs featured prominently in shoes, handbags, and accessories.

Inspired by our our awesome assortment of fresh groceries and our partnership with Story, we’ve curated a special selection of fresh fruitastic ways to brighten up your look and lifestyle.

Wear your fruit on your sleeve

These strawberry post earrings are playful yet tasteful—perfect for a casual office Friday or an outdoor wedding. Ditto for this whimsical Kate Spade banana watch with its smart white leather strap.

Walking on…fruit 

There’s nothing sour about these adorably retro lemon print sandals, and since they’re Aerosoles you know they’ll be as comfy as they are cute. For old-school cool with cutoff shorts, rolled up jeans, or even a skirt (cause that’s how I roll), Chuck Taylors with an apple or orange-slice motif are the (cherry!) bomb.

Cherry on top 

Game ON. This eye-catching Coach Pac-Man wallet is sophisticated with just the right amount of sweet. Use it as a clutch/ice-breaker on your next night out.

Orange you glad?

Let your iphone come out of its winter shell with this refreshing Kate Spade case showcasing bright citrus fruits and shaky gems on a clean white background.

Have your fruit and eat it too

If on-the-nose isn’t your thing, maybe you’ll fall for this geometric “watermelon seeds” print as hard as I have. From red napkins to a navy shower curtain, yellow decorative pillows to a teal beach towel, they’re a striking way to have your fruit—and your abstract, too.

Send a fresh message 

Lend a summer-fresh feel to hand-written thank you notes and party invitations. Choose from mouthwatering images of fresh pineapples or ripe strawberries, or pop-arty illustrated versions of watermelon or apples.

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