Country Living\nInspired by a last-minute trip this weekend to Edie Parker designer Brett Heyman’s home in Washington, Connecticut, W’s fashion market and accessories director is on the hunt for some casual summer staples.\nPetra Nemcova’s beautiful candles smell great and are inspired by the people of different countries. \n\nBe the Light New York candle, $98, bergdorfgoodman.com.\nRecently, I have been obsessed with Dolce & Gabbana’s printed clothing—I was ecstatic when I found out their sunglasses came in florals, as well. \n\nDolce & Gabbana sunglasses, $490, sunglasshut.com .\nIn case you can’t go for the Birkin, Hermès has great printed bags that won’t break the bank and are perfect for a weekend in the country. \n\nHermès beach bag, $1300, hermes.com.\nSleep in and then go for coffee, without a wardrobe change. \n\nEquipment PJ set, $340, net-a-porter.com.\nThis classic blue button down shirt is how I do norm core. \n\nMichael Kors shirt, $825, net-a-porter.com.\nAlthough I already own these sneakers in white, the red look so tempting for fall! \n\nMiu Miu sneakers, $490, Miu Miu stores, 212-641-2890.\nMy friend Christina Floyd recommended this book, and I can’t put it down. It will be perfect for the drive up. \n\nThe Storied Life of AJ Fikry, $25, Shakespeare and Company, 212 529 1330.\nPrinted silk pants are the ultimate weekend staple. \n\nMarkus Lupfer printed pants, $260, net-a-porter.com.\nBrett’s young daughter Edie, who she named her signature bag line after, is four years old. I know she would love this tiara. Who wouldn’t? \n\nAtsuko Et Akiko tiara, $40, barneys.com.\nNo matter how hot it is during the day, I always bring a sweatshirt for the chilly evenings. \n\nGivenchy sweatshirt, $790, mytheresa.com.