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Howard County shopping: Gardener Glam

Who says you need to look grungy to garden? Glam doesn’t have to be impractical and uncomfortable. Start with an adorable pair of overalls with lots of pockets. Wear a pretty hat for the best sun protection and then pretty-up. Sweet lip gloss, sunscreen, great sunglasses and fun accessories for you and your garden will make you feel as sunny as the brightest days of May.

1. Posh Posey Earrings, $28
Brighton, The Mall in Columbia
Silverplate accessories with a retro look.

2. Romano Scroll Sunglasses, $70
Brighton, The Mall in Columbia
Be a superstar of the garden with 100 percent UV protection eyewear.

3. Whitewashed Tin Birdhouse, $28
The Pink Cabbage, Ellicott City
A piece that’s both functional and decorative.

4. Pretty Pink Garden Shovel and Gloves, $5 
The Pink Cabbage, Ellicott City
Make working in the dirt a bit prettier.

5. Vera Bradley Sunglasses Case, $22
Kokopelli, The Mall in Columbia
Be kind (and cool) to your sunglasses.

6. Kiehl’s Abyssine Cream + SPF 23 Sunscreen, $48
Nordstrom, The Mall in Columbia
Reduce wrinkles while protecting from harsh rays.

7. “Natural Gardening A-Z,” $10 
The Pink Cabbage, Ellicott City
Learn how to keep pests away from your garden without harmful chemicals. 

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