I have finally buckled down, and have started to use my Svpply account just in time for Christmas. Designer Mark Weaver who I follow on Twitter tweeted “@Svpply is the new xmas list”, and it is true.
If you’re new to Svpply it’s a quick place you can add items from almost any e-commerce site on the web to Your Supply. Clothes on J.Crew, a book on Amazon, or a gadget you just found on some new site, you can add it to your master list. When you actually buy it, or are given it, you can simply mark as purchased, or you can remove if your tastes change. These are some of the things atop my list…
Clockwise starting top left: (1) I’m craving some stylish sweatpants I could possibly leave the house in, Opening Ceremony might just have them. (2) I have recently returned to my classic shaving ways, retiring the electric shaver. Why not go for the full barbershop experience. (3) I have a few of those cheap plastic magnets of my cross country trip to Los Angeles which I picked up in Shamrock, Texas. This wood United States would be a pretty nice upgrade. (4) Jay-Z does everything. Books included. Want. (5) First comes the iPhone4, then this sweet skin.
Clockwise starting top left: (1) I’ll take any of J.Crews sweaters. I especially love this sweater, which screams “it’s winter!” (2) My face might be on the fence with circular sunglasses, but I dig the look of these. (3) This glass would have me drinking green tea every morning. (4) Everyone needs a second pair of brown boots. (5) Need this to be my new coffee table dish for all those random pennies and nic nacs. (6) In need of some gloves with fingertips to continue tweeting. Only twelve bucks.
Clockwise starting top left: (1) Biggest blogged book on the web in the past couple months. (2) Whiskey rocks from the cold climate of Sweden. Then I’d just need some nice whiskey to compliment. (3) I would probably play backgammon a bit more with this board, with a refresher on the rules. (4) Fuck computers, figure out what day your mom’s birthday is in 2018 with this gadget. (5) These prints by Mark Weaver have been sold out for some time now, but we can dream.
Head to my Svpply to view my ever growing Christmas list.