Looks like a yes. More
What’s the first place that comes to mind when you think about where artists, crafters and designers might like to live? More
If you can’t afford expensive art, but still think it might be fun to have something hanging on your walls, you should be scouring the pages of Etsy. More
I think we can all agree that this ring, by House of Dedijer, is lovely, and that it would make a great gift for the Beatles lover in your life. But I feel obligated to point out how hilarious it would be if you used this ring to punch someone, and imprinted their forehead with the word “Love.” More
I found this hairpiece on Etsy. While I’m not sure that I would rock it (or the deer-in-headlights look of the model), it does an incredible job of making me want to stuff my face with every kind of food I can get my hands on.
It’s called the “Hot Fudge Ripple” Hairpiece, which in and of itself made me put down my computer and head to the freezer to scavenge the ice cream coated in five layers of frost that’s probably been in the back of the fridge since ’09. There’s no shame in that game.
But I challenge you to not do the same when you read the following product description: More
In the past, I’ve voiced my disdain for the seemingly never-ending hipster fascination with everything mustache. It’s like, let’s just take this facial hair concept and beat it until it’s lying dead on the street with no hope of revival. Let’s tattoo mustaches on our asses and our hands, and grown them on our faces, and wear them on hats and necklaces and t-shirts, and paint them on walls, and name dodgeball teams after them, and frame pictures of movie stars with them, and carry on this way until we’ve conceived of every possible thing to do with a mustache and we can’t stand to look at them anymore. More
This dress, made of 100% silk, is available at Etsy. Looks Pilgrim-y, right? Dress by Makool Loves You, $875
You know what every girl needs? A party to celebrate her period. A party complete with this uterus pinata, of course. More
I was pretty stressed out googling “adult bib,” let me tell you, fearing I might stumble on the subculture known ominously as “adult babies.” Thanks to a combination of paranoia and chiseled specificity, I handily avoided any glimpses of sexualized footie pajamas and buxom singles staring up from giant cribs. But I digress. More
You loved the video game when you were a kid, and it looks like a lot of fashion and jewelry designers were fans too. Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and the gang all make appearances on cute clothes and accessories. More