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Turn your kid into a really cute seal

I wasn’t looking for a seal outfit. I was researching another bearded hat. Because really, the world needs more.

But in addition to filling the bearded hat needs of the world, Icelandic company VÍK PRJÓNSDÓTTIR (I dare you to pronounce that aloud) offers this:

seal

© Vík Prjónsdóttir

I have no idea how this can yield anything other than really cute Instagrams and trips to the Emergency Room for chin stitches but…it’s adorable.

The sad story beneath the product info is definitely not for children unless you already have a large therapy fund started to deal with the abandonment issues it may cause.

And yes, there’s an adult version. Please don’t buy it. OK do, but you’re required to  tweet me pics of yourself wearing it.

Related posts:

  • Battle of the Bearded Beanies
  • Every other beard-related post I have ever put out there
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People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive

Is it too soon to talk about who will be People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive for 2012?

I know: this issue doesn’t come out until November, and it’s March now.

But still. This matters, right?? In a #firstworldproblems kind of way.

People, there is last year’s “winner” to atone for.

We can't believe it either, Brad

There was backlash, particularly among Ryan Gosling fans, and people who wonder if Bradley is living an, ahem, inauthentic life (what’s sexy about hiding your true self, after all?).

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Battle of the Bearded Beanies

Update: Beard product proliferation on Etsy, complete.

In December, I read about BurlyBeard.com in InStyle’s gift guide. I knew I was too late for Christmas but thought one of the kid-sized hats would make a terrific gift for a kiddo I know who is experiencing his first cold winter. I’ll be giving him one of these soon:

Via BurlyBeardCo

Fab.com sent a newsletter recently touting Beardo as the “only bearded beanie.” It’s not true (and I prefer the BurlyBeard style), but as the saying goes, your mileage may vary.

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I hope Kristen Stewart’s assistant is enjoying Rumspringa

Doesn’t he look like an Amish man called, say, Mose?   

Via KStewartFans

Actually, that sort of beard is worn by married Amish men so Rumspringa isn’t the answer. More like a lost bet. Thanks for the knowledge NatGeo.