Cami Secret Is A Fake Camisole You Attach To Your Bra

Cami Secret Is A Fake Camisole You Attach To Your Bra

To others, the “Cami Secret” appears to be a camisole, but it’s actually a hankie you attach to your bra. [More]

Stashitware Turns Your Underwear Into A Man Purse

Stashitware Turns Your Underwear Into A Man Purse

Hey guys, do you know what will really sex up a special occasion? First, take off your pants to reveal your enormous crotch bulge. Then reach into your underwear and pull out a 2 liter bottle of Coke. [More]

Clothing Care Labels For Dummies

Clothing Care Labels For Dummies

For those who can’t decipher the hieroglyphs on clothing care labels, now there’s one that suggests a helpful alternative. [More]

Get $70 In Panties For $9 Shipped

Get $70 In Panties For $9 Shipped

A FatWallet member spotted a great deal on some La Fee Verte panties where you can combine a 50% off sale with a coupon code and get free shipping if you get 3 or more. [More]

Would You Pay $1,045 For A Leather Bag That Looks Like A Paper Sack?

Would You Pay $1,045 For A Leather Bag That Looks Like A Paper Sack?

Take a look at these bags. Some will set you back a hefty chunk of your salary; the others come free with your take-out order. [More]

Gap's Ad Wizards Think You're Too Fat For Shorts

Gap's Ad Wizards Think You're Too Fat For Shorts

The ad game is built on making consumers self-conscious, but most advertisements tend to avoid the route of making fun of potential buyers. [More]

Get 20% Off At J.Crew

Get 20% Off At J.Crew

J.Crew online is giving 20% off anything from its sale section. [More]

Bedbugs Shutter Hollister Store

Bedbugs Shutter Hollister Store

Nasty bitey bedbugs shut down Hollister’s flagship clothing store in SoHo, New York yesterday. Gothamist reports that the store’s traditional shirtless male greeters are now employed to stand outside and tell would-be shoppers that the store is closed. [More]

Smooth Down Your Lady Parts With Camelflage Or Camel Ammo

Smooth Down Your Lady Parts With Camelflage Or Camel Ammo

Think of five of your women friends. Pick one of them. Guess what? They’ve got camel toe. Camel toe is an embarrassing syndrome that affects one in five women annually. Besides the personal discomfort, it carries a social stigma that can lead to feelings of isolation and needs to consume entire pints of Ben & Jerry’s. Now there’s Camelflage, and Camel Ammo, two innovative products designed to smooth down your lady parts. [More]

Everything Old Is For Sale Again

Everything Old Is For Sale Again

While Walmart’s clothing department is going back in time a decade with its decision to focus on its historically strong underwear, socks and tee shirt market other, more fashion-forward brands and retailers are going back a lot further for their latest lines. [More]

Walmart Admits "We're Not a Dept. Store," When It Comes To Fashion

Walmart Admits "We're Not a Dept. Store," When It Comes To Fashion

While Walmart may currently be the most popular shopping destination in the country, it still hasn’t shaken the stigma among many clothing customers of being a place you go for cheap sweats, underwear and tee shirts. And after years of trying to remove that taint, the retail behemoth has thrown up its hands and admitted defeat. [More]

Guys Love Spanx

Guys Love Spanx

According to Neiman Marcus, people might make jokes about Spanx for men but they’re flying off the shelves. The men’s fashion director at the department store told the New York Times, “We are selling them as quickly as Spanx can make them. Men may not be talking about it, but they’re buying it.” The president of Freshpair, a website that sells “torso-enhancing” tees, says “profile-enhancing” underwear is also quite popular. [More]

Design-Your-Own Shirt Site Turns Consumers Into Designers

Design-Your-Own Shirt Site Turns Consumers Into Designers

Customers can be picky — who wants to buy something that you only kinda sorta like — so it only seems logical that companies are coming up with ways to let the consumer custom-order things like men’s dress shirts, all with a few clicks of the mouse. Enter Blank Label, a site that lets you co-create a dress shirt down to every last epaulet and cuff detail. [More]

No, A $1,000 Purse Is Still Not An Investment

No, A $1,000 Purse Is Still Not An Investment

Around this time last year, we posted an article about how luxury goods companies are marketing their products as “investments” during the recession, rather than indulgences. It’s an interesting way to position four-figure handbags, but a bad use of the word “investment.” The Los Angeles Times’ Your Stylist column recently brought out this meme, describing an expensive handbag as an investment and “your new best friend.” Should it be? [More]

North Face Reaches Settlement With South Butt

North Face Reaches Settlement With South Butt

Clothier North Face has reached an out-of-court settlement with parody vestment maker “South Butt.” Once again, comedy wins! [More]

Executive Emails For Victoria's Secret

Executive Emails For Victoria's Secret

Got an issue with Victoria’s Secret that regular customer service can’t or won’t handle? Try escalating it to the top of the laundry heap with these email addresses for senior executives. [More]

How To EECB J.Crew

How To EECB J.Crew

Had a problem with an order or customer service from J.Crew and need to escalate your complaint? Here’s a list of e-mail addresses you should try when crafting your Executive E-Mail Carpet Bomb. [More]

Will You Wear A $600 Disney Dress Based On One Of Its
Movies? How About In 5 Years?

Will You Wear A $600 Disney Dress Based On One Of Its Movies? How About In 5 Years?

The future of Disney merchandising will hit a lot more demographics than the mostly kid-oriented stuff of today, if Disney has any say over it. Disney has already angered theater chains by shortening the theatrical release window on its new movie-like product Alice in Wonderland, cutting into theaters’ profit models in order to bump up the DVD release date. But CNBC notes that it’s also launching the “most wide-ranging array of consumer products ever” for a Disney flick–and that includes thousand dollar necklaces, nail polish, and dresses that cost as much as $600. [More]