Why buy a regular candle when you can buy one shaped like a butt?
If you’re “the best of American Express,” as one customer service rep referred to me as a Platinum cardholder, you have until the end of June to spend $50 in Saks Fifth Avenue credit (you get another $50 from July to December). And if you’re like me, you have no F-ing clue what you’re getting.
All I could find were Hugo Boss t-shirts and jockstraps, so I had MNE intern Toni Shindler-Ruberg help me find some great items you can pick up for around $50. No affiliate links here—just vibes. All prices are accurate as of publishing.
Perfect price, perfect summer vibe.
Keep the inside of your work or travel bag organized with an overpriced yet sturdy pouch.
I’m just as confused as you are. Apparently, you can buy a dozen cupcakes from Georgetown Cupcakes through Saks. It makes no sense, but please, someone do this and let me know how they arrive.
Why not burn a candle that looks like a naked body? The company also has a butt candle (not scented) at $60.
I have the espresso-sized version of these glasses, and I’ve only broken three of the six I purchased. But it was my fault; they’re great glasses.
A full-sized KitchenAid mixer isn’t in the budget, but you can snag a hand mixer by the same sterling brand. And you have a choice of colors, including red, black, white, and ice blue.
A 2-pack of wearable 1-pound weights is great for making you even less interested in running outside in this deadly heat.
The towel comes with 32 wooden pieces to play checkers or backgammon while you work on your tan.
If you were looking for a beer caddy to match your Filson work bag, here it is.
Doubling as a coffee-table book and an actually useful resource, the guidebook to a quick stay in Europe is a must-have for airline-mile accumulators.