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June 22 is Global Smurfs Day. If you’re a child of the 80s, you may know about the Smurfs or enjoyed the recent reboot. The history of Smurfdom actually pre-dates the 80s, so in honor of all things Smurf, we have some Smurf-inspired footwear. In fact, your grandparents may have been a fan of the smurfs before you, especially if you’re Belgian. Belgian cartoonist Peyo created them way back in 1958. For our would-be Smurfettes, Boston Proper has all you need to be fashionable. We recommend the Jeweled Casual Sandal, with its rich blues and studded with gems. You’ll be a very cute gnome prancing around in these sandals.Read Now »
If you want a scenic escape and are bored with the great American road trip, June 5 is Hot Air Balloon Day. Whether you want to circumnavigate the globe or just cruise over a vineyard, we’ve got the scoop on the world of ballooning. The Telluride Balloon Festival in Colorado is coming up. For over 30 years, the skies of Telluride have been dotted with colorful hot air balloons. Weather permitting, over a dozen hot air balloons launch from Town Park on the east end of town and sail down the valley landing about one mile out of town.Read Now »
Father’s Day is just around the corner and if you haven’t gotten a gift for Dad, then you’ve got get your engines running and move fast. Nix the ties, the golf clubs and the coffee mug. Hop online and get dad the auto supplies he’s been looking for. If you dad loves cars and is an avid outdoorsman, we have the gift for you. Make camping and road trips a breeze with the new Smittybilt fridge/freezer from 4 Wheel Drive. With a 52 quart capacity and an AC/DC power connection, dad will think this fridge/freezer combo is pretty cool.Read Now »
Prior to escaping on that well-deserved vacation this summer, it might be wise to focus on what you’re are stuffing into that large hard-shell luggage you just purchased. In order to prepare you for your fun in the sun or overseas expedition or wild adventure, here are the precious objects to hold onto tightly. The list of the most common things people loose on vacation includes: 1. Camera
It’s not difficult to lose track of your camera while you frolic and play all day and night. In fact, this is the number one item people lose.
We associate summer with rest, relaxation and hazy days of lounging about, but for many of us, summer is a chance to mark activities off the bucket list. You need a shoe that will keep up and we’ve got some suggestions and savings for you. You don’t have to sacrifice fashion for function. For the busy lady, the DKNY active wedge sandal offered by Boston Proper is vacation-ready. A week in paradise can be ruined by the wrong shoes, so you owe it to yourself to invest in some flirty and functional shoes for summer. Get 10% off your order when you sign up for emails from Boston Proper using our codes.Read Now »
The internet is a fabulous place to introduce new ideas and concepts. Kickstarter, Crowdsource, Go Fund Me….if you believe you have the next brilliant idea for product that solves a problem or a handy gadget, then you may be familiar with these funding sites. But what if your idea was so bizarre that no one offered even a penny for its development? Here are four ideas that should never have made it past an initial thought. 1. Throx
Throx is one of those “just in case” type of products. Throx are socks that come in packages of three (not 2, but 3) socks. Lose a sock? No worries. With Throx you would still have two left. 2.
Cuba…with two presidential candidates of Cuban heritage and the president rethinking our relationship with Cuba, this island country has been in the news more often lately. Since the embargo, many of our ideas about Cuba have been shaped by the Elian Gonzales saga and for better or worse, re-runs of I Love Lucy and Desi Arnaz. Cuba is also known for their national fleet of classic US cars. Cubans are masters of car upkeep, probably in large part due to the embargo of 1961. Regardless of how you feel about the current debate about going forward with Cuba, you have to admire the Cuban dedication to preserving classic cars.Read Now »
Cosplayers, the shoes make the outfit. Never doubt the power of the shoe, because it may be your secret weapon. Even the ancient Greeks knew the power of a spectacular shoe, because they specifically deemed that their messenger god Hermes had winged sandals. As you prep for your summer tour of convention hopping, be sure to invest in shoes. Boston Proper’s Colorful Mystique Flat is sure to be a darling among our lady cosplayers out there.Read Now »
Nothing may be more patriotic than driving a Jeep. The original Jeep went into production in 1941 specifically for the military, arguably making them the oldest SUVs. The Jeep became the primary light 4-wheel-drive vehicle of the United States Army and the Allies during WWII. But what about the funny name? A dictionary of military slang, published in 1942, in the library at The Pentagon gives this definition: Jeep: A four-wheel drive vehicle of one-half- to one-and-one-half-ton capacity for reconnaissance or other army duty.Read Now »
Finding work can be a real challenge, especially if you don't have any experience. Nonetheless, to get experience you must first find a job. It's a nasty catch 22. But a summer internship can break the cycle! Yes, the season of sun, surf and humidity is rapidly approaching. And for young enterprising and potential future entrepreneurs, the time has arrived to consider a summer internship. Monster.com is a powerful proponent of engaging in internships for a multitude of reasons. Significant motivating and compelling factors for securing an internship include: 1.Read Now »