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Tag Archives: Clothing

Wear What You Eat: Pepperoni Pizza Onesie

Pepperoni Pizza Onesie

 

Can’t get enough of pizza? You can do more than just eat it now, since these Pepperoni Pizza onesies actually exist. Yep, that’s right: you can now wear your all-time favorite food! While the onesie won’t make you full, you will get stares, double-takes, and the occasional drooling admirer every once in a while.

Too bad the fabric isn’t edible (and pizza-flavored) right? The Pepperoni Pizza onesie is available online for about ~$100.

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The Mewgaroo Hoodie Has a Special Pouch To Carry Your Cat In

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You love your cat and want him with you at all times; in this respect you’re a normal human being. Now, since you love him so much, you could always carry him around in your arms (if he lets you)… but why be so primitive when you can don a hoodie specially made for the occasion? The Mewgaoo Hoodie has a special pouch that’s large enough to accommodate a kitty. There’s a removable liner so things don’t get too gross in there. And to further emphasize that this is a cat-centric garment, the hoodie features cat ears on the hood, and cat paws on the sleeves. So by buying this piece of clothing you accomplish a few things: you provide your feline friend with a more comfortable vehicle, and you proudly proclaim to the world that you may have a… robust love of cats. Nothing too weird with that, to be honest, and at ¥5,980 (about $50), it doesn’t cost a fortune.

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The Boozie Is A Hoodie For Winos

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Isn’t it ridiculous how much they charge for beer at the stadium? If you’re like us, you’re always looking for discreet ways to bring your own booze and save a couple bucks on alcohol. The Boozie makes that task incredibly easy. It’s a hoodie with two hidden, BPA-free, plastic bladders, and drawstrings that double as straws. Fill them up with your favourite concoction and sip at your leisure from your inconspicuous drawstrings. The bladders hold 20 ounces of liquid, in total, and are reinforced so you don’t have to worry about a leak. It’s a $95 pledge for your own Boozie, which comes in four colors and several sizes.

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Aw, That’s A Cute Kitty…

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You’re going to wear this T-Shirt and inevitably someone is going to point out the cute cat poking out of your pocket. And that’s your moment to shine! Just pull down the front and show them that while you may like cats, you like them when they have an attitude. It’s made by Ripndip and it’s called Lord Nermal. It’s a $34 purchase and is understandably sold out at the moment, because there’s nothing more viral than a cute kitty giving you the finger.

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VaprWear Hoodies Let You Smoke On The Down Low

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You’re looking at the VaprWear, a line of hoodies with a vaporizer as the drawstrings. That’s right, the hood drawstring features a dlo3 e-cig vapesystem on one end, and a mouthpiece on the other. So, you can be walking down the street and when you feel like a little toke, just stick the mouthpiece end in your mouth and pull. It accommodates e-juice, oil, or wax, and they’ll have a dry herb model out soon. It’s designed by “Elvis “Papi” Edwards, a Caribbean native, former athlete, socialite, model, actor, and entrepreneur.” And it came to fruition after Colorado changed its laws to allow for the use of recreational marijuana, so you can understand the kinds of e-juices, waxes or oils you’re meant to be using with it. It’s $99 for the hoodie, in either male or female versions, and it does include the dlo3 system.

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Betabrand Launches Anti-Paparazzi Flashback Collection

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We’re not sure how appealing this will be to the common person who isn’t routinely assaulted by paparazzi, but it’s an interesting concept nonetheless. Created by DJ Chris Holmes, the Flashback collection is a line of garments coated in crystal nanospheres that reflect light, which makes the clothing light up when photographed with a flash. This has the effect of ruining photos, by messing up the camera’s exposure settings. When not exposed to a flash, the fabric looks pretty normal. Currently being crowdfunded, the Flashback Photobomber Hoodie requires a $205.20 pledge to own, while the suit jacket pictured above is $406.30.

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Anti-Paparazzi Collection Makes You Unphotographable

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You might not be as popular or sought after by paparazzi, but you’ll find the Anti-Paparazzi amusing, if not relevant, if you value your privacy. The collection currently includes a blazer, scarf, and hooded jacket, but creator Chris Holmes might add more types of clothing depending on the need or demand for it.

Basically, the clothing line uses reflective thread so it reflects light back from cameras, effectively ruining the photo in the process. Whether it’s a digital camera or a phone camera, these threads have got you covered.
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Monochome Custom Prints the Map of Your Choice Onto Your Clothes

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You can wear your heart on your sleeve and the map to the city on your, well, hips with Monochrome. It’s a new clothing line by data visualizer Rachel Binx that lets you pick which map you want to have custom-printed on the skirt. Monochrome isn’t limited to flare skirts since they also have a tank top, T-shirt, and pencil skirt on the line.

Customers simply select the location of their choice using OpenStreetMap and specify the scale and design scheme, and Monochrome will take care of the rest.

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Microfiber Lined Tie: Look Dapper, Keep Your Screen Clean

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Wiping your phone’s screen with the back of your sleeve will clean it up a bit, but it won’t be able to give you the smudge-free screen that you want. For that, you need a microfiber cleaning cloth, but not everyone can be bothered to keep one on them at all times. But if you go to work in a suit and tie, then here’s an alternative you might want to consider: this tie that looks like a regular tie, except for the fact that it’s lined with microfiber on the other side so you can wipe your screen with it when it’s got unsightly prints and smudges.

The microfiber-lined tie is available for $25.

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