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Monday
Jul172017

Ice Pop Socks

Socks aren't really necessary in the summer, unless you're a goddamned business person, you probably have to wear business-y outfits.  You know: close-toed shoes, long wool pants, and the like.  

So, if you're so grown-up that the only fun or personality you can inject into your office daily life is through your socks, but your soul isn't COMPLETELY dead to the point where you only wear solids in neutral colors, these Ice Pop Socks ($14, DOIY Design) are for you.  You can show them to all of your equally-depressed co-workers while everyone else is enjoying a day at the beach.    

Friday
Jun232017

Maki Socks 

There are people in this world who like sushi and then there are people in this world who LOVE sushi. The people who LOVE sushi are always trying to get you to drop $40 on a sushi lunch, dreaming of a trip to Japan, and trying to get their parents to not make a face at the mere mention of sashimi.

That's why any rawfishophiles is going to love these Maki Socks ($14, Uncommon Goods), which look like honest-to-goodness sushi rolls (they're also available in California or Tuna roll designs, seriously). This way, they can have sushi even when they're not having sushi.  

Monday
Jun192017

Cloud Catcher 

We all use Q-Tips (literally in the way we're not supposed to—did you know you're not supposed to put Q-Tips in your ear?), but they're annoyingly hard to store.  The box they come in is unwieldy and often falls out of the cabinet, spilling them all over the floor.

That's why this adorable Cloud Catcher ($9, MoMA Design Store), specifically made for storing Q-Tips is so perfect for your bathroom decor.  It's functional while adding a little whimsy to your daily getting-ready routine, which is what we all need in the morning.  That, and coffee.  And more sleep.  Definitely more sleep.   

Wednesday
Jun142017

Go Dad's Sports Team Shirt

When you become a parent, this weird phenomenon happens where everyone assumes that a gift for your child is, by defacto, a gift for you.  In a way, it is, because if your kid's happy (and quiet), you're happy, and if someone buys something for your kid, you maybe don't have to spend your money on it yourself, so the real gift for you is the extra cash in your pocket. 

So, if we're continuing down this path in time for Father's Day, get the dad in your life this Go Dad's Sports Team Shirt ($20, The Social Dept.), which he will love to deck his child out in around game day and also conveys the indifference that a two-year-old has towards anything that isn't food and Sesame Street

Friday
Apr282017

Rad American Women A to Z

Listen up, nasty women—I know everything feels horrible right now and you vascillate between wanting to burn down a building or curl up into a ball and cry but buck up.  In times like these, it's important to remember that shit was always kind of shitty. In WWII, people couldn't eat sugar because of a little thing called RATIONING. Imagine being on a restrictive diet not because it's fashionable, but because the government was forcing you. I'm confident we now live in a society where there would be mass riots if someone tried to take away our soda pop, so progress, right?

Take inspiration from the past for use in the future via Rad American Women A to Z ($10, Amazon), which features 26 stories of amazing women who basically said, "fuck this shit" and did something amazing. It's the perfect gift for your daughter or for your ultra-conservative brother-in-law's kid. The future is female.