Maggie Rogers released three new merchandise items

Maggie Rogers officially stole our hearts and inspired our eyeshadow set after appearing on the Vogue teens Cover June 2019. Our own attempts at perfectly wavy hair and musician-inspired red carpet-worthy looks are still underway, but luckily a new line of products the singer has released can help in the meantime.

On Wednesday, Maggie announced the arrival of three new items in her online store, and all of them are perfect for the summer. For this latest Maggie product launch, the singer unveiled a cotton canvas tote bag, a white campfire mug, and a pink prayer candle. The coins are priced from $ 15 to $ 25 and all feature an animated version of Maggie. I don’t know what your plans are for the summer, but these three adorable items strength just make me try camping.

Maggie’s latest-inspired merchandising joins an already epic line of singer-themed merchandise. The Animated Maggie also appears on previously released white and black tees. And in true fearless Maggie fashion, the singer proudly uses the phrase “Maggie Rogers is a feminist witch rock star” to adorn a black t-shirt with a serif font. Did we mention there’s a Dog Tag keychain so you can take some Maggie magic with you everywhere? Her product is apparently meant to be worn from head to toe, as the musician also has her own pair of socks.

Below you can take a look at some of our favorite pieces, but keep in mind that you might be able to pick up some of these goodies on her next tour. Starting July 14, Maggie will kick off a series of dates with a show in Pittsburgh, PA. And if you can’t attend a concert, you can at least relax, play “Light On” and shop online.

“Witchy Feminist Rock Star” Dog Tag Keychain

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