We live in snow country and deal with the fluffy white wet stuff about half the year. This is my all-time favorite gadget for drying soggy gloves/mittens, boots, shoes, damp socks, or anything small…
This is Offbeat Home's archive of clothes posts.
My house is one stone sarcophagus from becoming a crypt, thanks to the piles of skeletons, bones, skulls, and various asunder bits and pieces that could be turned into bones given the right time. So of course I figured I needed to add more to my bone collection with boney shoes…
Call me a prude, but I really can’t stand it when my bra strap starts to wander, letting the world know just what color and condition said bra is in. (Answer: generally not great.) In fact, it drives me nuts. I don’t want to have to constantly be adjusting and digging around. It’s just not… dignified.
Pennsylvania-bred and Brooklyn-based, Jordan makes clothing (for adults and kids) with geek-chic graphic designs. I'm cray-cray for these screen printed shirts and undies that, as Jordan puts it, "feature beautiful, hand-lettered quotes and insider nerdisms for those with discerning taste." Check out these tops and undies that feature quotes from Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, and Carl Sagan…
Dear fashion industry,
I know you're shocked to receive a letter from me. According to you, plus size people like me don't even exist!
Our latest sponsor Pithitude is the outlet that designer and illustrator Tamara Kraft needs for her whimsical and deviant sense of humor. We all get to reap the benefits of this outlet-in-the-form-of-an-Etsy-shop, with super-awesome goods and gifts! Ninja squirrels, cursing ostriches, and coffee fish poop… All these things and more you will see as I introduce you to my new favorite Etsy shop.
I have a great love for fun t-shirts. My husband is the same way, but he faces one hell of challenge:
When you work in a corporate environment, it can be easy to fall into the pattern of dressing the way your co-workers do, especially if you haven’t quite wrapped your head around the concept of “business casual.” For a long time, I felt the need to basically be undercover as a “normal person” at work to avoid raising eyebrows, and because I felt I needed to dress a certain way to be respected. I’m going to let you in on a little secret I’ve learned after 7ish years working in offices: this just isn’t true. There are plenty of ways to express your creepy side in a work-appropriate manner.