If the idea of donning a penguin suit for a fancy event makes you wince, why not try the Traxedo? It’s a tuxedo track suit, which will make you the envy of men and the king of intrigue with women. Come on – it’s still wedding season.
Keep it stylish and simple with this lightweight washable jacket made from wool and recycled plastic bottle polyester. It’s got lots of pockets, a longer hem in back and a touch of stretch for mobility. Great for your daily commute or travel.
The most important aspect of clothes is their fit. That’s why bespoke clothing is the bees’ knees. But if you don’t have the time to go to a tailor, ZipSeam can help. It’s a set of plastic strips that temporarily tighten shirts and other clothes.
Wooden coat hangers that have magnets instead of hooks and can hold up to 4.4lb. They look nicer and are easier to remove than ordinary hangers. A more affordable plastic version would be sweet though, since these ones are crazy expensive.
Are you always losing your socks? Pair them together with this affordable and easy to install buttons. Sock Snappers will keep your socks – or any clothing – together even in the washer. One pack contains 10 pairs of buttons.
Ryan Vanderbilt makes Peel & Stick Pockets, fabric pockets that are applied like stickers. They’re meant for shirts but you can stick them wherever you like: jeans, bags, walls etc.
Fashion designer Luxirare re-stitched a two piece Adidas jumpsuit and tailored it specifically for her pet Rocky, who might as well be named Run DOG at this point. Bonus points for the matching shoes.
The procrastinator’s hamper: “Did you put your clothes in the washing machine yet?” “Yes, I did. Sort of.” Made of polyester with, four plastic rods for support. Folds for easy transport or storage.
Designed for the travel bug who’s always in a hurry, the SOLO is a portable hanger that collapses so you can easily pack it or insert it into clothes. We wish it had some kind of lock though.
Keep your shirts, hats and caps free from dirt with these biodegradable cotton strips. Just cut off a piece and stick it on your gear. Also good for protecting your skin from those irritating tags.
Hate laundry? Atelier DuRance’s Classic Jumper Jacket doesn’t like washes, either. Made in Provence with 11oz Dry Japanese Denim, it’s inspired by classic pre-WWII era American duds.
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