..for eating holiday Peeps. I love Peeps. Snowmen Peeps, Christmas Tree Peeps, Bunny Peeps, Halloween Bat Peeps- I love them all. Recently I got some snowmen ones, ate some, shared some, and then I had 3 remaining. For laughs, I decided to stick one poor little snowman into the microwave. Here is its amazing Extreme Makeover-esque transformation:
I like snow, and I’m not a big fan of war, so I find these t-shirts from Make Snow Not War (http://www.makesnownotwar.com) amusing. Who doesn’t love an irate snowman armed to pelt you with snowballs? They come in girls sizes as well, and in a variety of colors including blue, red, and yellow.
So I was on Tactics (tactics.com) the other day surfing around just to look at all the gear. One of my favorite things to do is just go online and look at snowboard products, even though I don’t buy them. I’m sure that I’m not the only one in this boat.
We love the new girl video section of rip.tv featuring girls action sports video. They’re newly launched, but they already have tons of video, including the Roxy Podcasts, team videos, snowboard movie previews, and more. Check it out:
This weeks Beanie Thursday comes to us from the always fantastic Spacecraft. Not only are they a super fun company, they make super fun beanies as well!
Check out their Sugar Pop beanie. Bright fun colors, hearts, weird little X’s. This is definitely a beanie that will get you compliments, or at least a few odd looks. And it’s no matter that it probably won’t match anything in your wardrobe. The point of beanies is to have fun, not conform to color laws!
I wonder which of you got my Seasame Street reference. Yes, that’s right, I referenced Seasame Street. You know…”C is for cookie and that’s good enough for me.” I never actually watched that show much as a kid. I can’t even remember what shows I watched at all. Let’s see, there was Barney in the very early days and then I loved Scooby Doo, The Flinstones, and the Jetsons. Good times. I do remember I used to park myself in front of the TV to watch these shows in some oversized t-shirt that was a men’s XL. Speaking of oversized, today’s hoodie has an oversized hood. Coming in at the slightly unattractive price of $115, the Coal Madison Hooded Sweater is definitely cute and unlike the conventional hoodie. It has corduroy elbow patches, and a decorative wood button to separate it from the pack of standard hoodies. In addition, it’s made from a wool blend instead of the usual cotton/polyester that most hoodies are comprised of. The Madison comes in two colorways: Heather Charcoal, and Natural (a whitish color and light blue).
Welcome back to Beanie Thursdays!
I have a bit of a bone to pick with all of you. Last week, I wrote about the fabulous Dakine Sno Bunny beanie. When I wrote about it, it was available abundantly online. I made plans to purchase it over the weekend after I got paid…But much to my horror, it is now SOLD OUT in the color I wanted! I blame all of you!
So technically hoody/hoodie are both correct spellings for hooded sweatshirt, and I’ve been using hoody for quite some time now. It just seems as if everytime I see one online, it has “hoodie” in the name. Therefore, from this point on it is Hoodie Tuesday. Or, henceforth this day shall be known as Hoodie Tuesday. Henceforth is such a fun word, don’t you think? Anyway, speaking of technically’s, today’s hoodie borders on a technical base layer. The Mountain Hardwear Beaten Path Hoodie not only has such a fantastic name, it’s got a whopper of a list for technical features. Wicking fabric, removable hood, and thumb loops are just a few. The hoodie comes in Lagoon (Blue), and Brownie. Read on!
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