We’ve broken this up into categories so you can shop as efficiently as possible. This is not the time to dilly-dally (Use of effeminate British colloquialisms is officially sanctioned until the Olympics are over).
Category 1) I’ve got a F*$KTON of Cash and The Olympics Have Inspired Me To Get Something Cool From Great Brittan.
It’s a small category, we know, but the lack of budgetary constraints also makes it a cool one. Head to www.mrporter.com for a full range of clothes and accessories. Pronounced ass-ess-or-e if while we’re sticking with the Queen’s English.
You can also head to www.parkandbond.com for some high-styling. I actually don’t think this site is British, but Park and Bond sounds like it is…
Category 2) I’m an average-to-below-average surfer, but at least I surf so I’m gonna wear some vintage beach gear without feeling guilty.
Ok, I kind of made this category up to feel better about myself. Good surfers and non-surfers are welcome to also hit up www.mollusksurfshop.com
You actually don’t even need to buy anything, just look at the sweet retro surf pics on the home page for a nice break from your cubicle.
Category 3) I need to kill some time while waiting to have brunch at Outerlands.
Ok, I guess this would be a store in SF, but they have a nice website so if you wanted to get that old school sling shot, but passed in store, head here to order, www.shop-generalstore.com
Category 4) I hate all flash deal sites because they are annoying, please help.
Our buddies at www.huckberry.com would get our vote even if we weren’t buddies. They have a very well curated email that hits once a week and is filled with awesome, well-priced gear. And I probably read one of their blog postings every few days. Great content, great stuff.
Category 5) We need one more category to make this feel like a substantial blog entry.
Boom: www.bestmadeco.com I don’t even know what this is a link to, but Meg sent it to me and she has good taste so it’s now an official category.