Ah, Star Wars socks! There’s nothing better for the fan who needs to keep his or her feet warm while proudly displaying their love for the galaxy far away. For the person not wearing them, they look like the faceless symbol of the Empire’s far-reaching might, the formidable Stormtrooper. These intricately designed socks are sure to get at least an appreciative nod from any fan who spots them.
But, should the wearer look down, he will see little more than a goofy grinning face that resembles a mischievous frog, adding an unexpected touch of whimsy. The socks still serve their purpose of providing warmth and style, but when viewed upside-down, they evoke a lightheartedness that can’t help but bring a smile to the wearer’s face
Low Effort, but I'd Still Wear It
A little bit of simple summer wear for you here. It's even got some of your favorite fruits on it! There are plenty of fresh, juicy pineapples and a single word written out in pinkish string: Watermelon. Was it just a low-effort design made to evoke a fruity feeling of summer? Or is it that hard to even get a single word right?
Perhaps it's a playful nod to the unpredictability of life. Nevertheless, at least it's the kind of thing you can wear with a laugh, igniting conversations and spreading smiles during sunny days at the beach or in the park.
The Newest Elements
The Boundary Waters is a location in northern Minnesota that borders Canada. It's packed with rapids, lakes, forests, and streams. It's a dream location for outdoor people. Merchandise is sure to follow, but this shirt will raise an eyebrow. Each box is a different element, and most of them are at least elements, even if they don't make sense in the context.
“Boundary” is made up of Boron, Oxygen, Uranium, Neodinium (which is misspelled), Argon, and Yttrium. However, “Waters” is the problem since it's made up of Water (not an element), Air (not an element), Tellurium, and “Resource,” which is definitely not an element.
Save Your Money, Buy a Different Shirt
Saving water – good! Drinking coffee – well, if you like it, go for it! But we wonder if the people behind this shirt are aware that coffee is, in fact, mostly water. It's really just water and beans.
So yes, the design is cute, and yes, it might be good for a laugh, but it's not a very smart message. Also, holy moly, check out that price tag. It's been marked down to ninety dollars! You could get, like, eight shirts that have uneven breast pockets for that much. It doesn't even look that warm! PASS.
Look closely. Real Close. It might be hard to pick up if your vision isn't all that good, but this dress features a Shutterstock logo on it. Of course, that means some enterprising designers took the blue rose design straight from the internet without even paying for the design. It doesn't look like a very bad design, but anybody who wears it will know, and they'll feel every eye on them.