Clothing is always a great gift to give during the holidays, and we all have those friends that are into something a little different. I have a good amount of geeky friends who would rather rock Super Mario HiTops than some regular all-white boring shoes. Thankfully stores like ThinkGeek can provide us with a place to get unique gifts for our friends.
We received a Zombie Attack Hoodie to review and can say it is amazing! My younger sister wore it during Halloween and had so many people ask her where she bought it. Its definitely a head turner. It is described,
"...for defending oneself during the upcoming zombie apocalypse, we highly recommend a hoodie. Layering is key. One minute you're going to be running, next minute you're going to be hiding in a cold, dark corner. It pays to have layers."
The hoodie is great, I love that it has so many interesting things to point out, like the actual inside of the hod is pink and resembles brains, there is an image of a gash on the back where you can see a spine, bloody handprints on the front sides and more. My sister took a huge liking to it and wheres it out regularly, since it is getting very cold in Los Angeles. I think the hoodie is great for those friend we have with more unique tastes and the ones that like to stand out a bit more. The Zombie Attack Hoodie is available at ThinkGeek.com for $59.99 in sizes S - XXXL.
Next we got the Ninja Stack Babydoll shirt. Now, this shirt isn't as unique as a hoodie with a gash and visible spine BUT is too cute to resist! It's irresistibly soft and cute. The Ninja Stack Babydoll is an adorable t-shirt featuring 3 ninjas with little shuriken starburts stacked on top of each other. The shirt is black and fitted. A pink heart that reads "Ninja" in Kanji and "Here Comes Trouble" in English near the bottom give it a splash of color. Its fun quirky description is:
"Generally, we don't recommend stacking ninjas. That tends to make them angry, and you wouldn't like them when they're angry. But when they're this cute, who can resist? Use the three-high ninja stack to get the frisbee off the roof, to change your lightbulbs (to blacklight, naturally), or to kneecap Godzilla. The possibilities are endless!"
The Ninja Stack Babydoll is available at ThinkGeek.com for $24.99 in sizes S - XL. Be sure to pick up either or both for those friends who just crave something different this holiday season!
Disclaimer: I was NOT paid for this post, however I did receive the product in question, from the company or their representing PR company, free of charge in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own and I have provided a fair and honest review. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review.