At several inopportune times, many of us have faced the problem of overweight luggage and near-extortion level fees. More troublesome than that is the fact that many airlines have started to charge for overhead carry-on luggage while restricting baggage allowances. That does perhaps call for more innovative solutions, like an airport jacket where you can stash 33 pounds (15 kilos) of luggage.
Ladies, it’s winter and that means you’ll probably want a shrug. Actually, buy one even if you don’t really need it, because these dragon scale shrugs are pretty much awesome! Sure you could buy more of that usual stuff you have in your wardrobe, but can it beat Dragon Scale? No, it can’t.
Should you be willing to pay $3.2 million, this custom tailored suit will keep you in the lap of luxury and security. SuitArt has come up with Diamond Armor custom tailored suit so you can look as stylish and opulent as you would like to be, while being comfortable and protected.
Oscar Awards have been given, and as always, they’ve created quite a buzz. A very important bit that is often talked about at the awards (and later) is the clothes worn by various celebrities. This infographic by MediaRunDigital shows the same premise, except it is concerned with the way winners of the best actress award have dressed themselves while receiving the Oscar Award.
Got to say, we approve of this Pokeball – Death Star mashup. Though looking at the image, we have to ask the all important question. Does it make her look fat? The geeky shirt is costs $24.
This sweatshirt sufficiently describes my feelings every morning on Monday. Available on Giventhree.
Black Milk Clothing is all set to convert the Batsuit into a swimsuit, and have geeky girls wear it. The geek wear company is all set to launch a line of Batman inspired clothing, set to release on February 11.
Spock crew sock with ears is one interesting item, although we haven’t been quite able to figure if the “ears” are printed on the fabric, or they happen to be appendages sticking out of the socks itself. The latter would admittedly be cooler, and perhaps that is exactly what these socks are about. Costs $12.
Cat shirts by Hiroko Kubota were initially made for her son. The child is of a smaller build and store bought items did not fit him well enough. So the mother started to make shirts for her son, the boy being a bit of a cat lover sometimes requested his mother to use her skill in embroidery to add cats to the shirts.