Throw on your most flame retardant pair of pajamas and curl up with this month's Best Of -- white-hot nuggets carefully culled from the vast network of Thrillist awesomeness. Enjoy the holidays.
Emailed to San Francisco: Homeroom
Based in the Mission, Homeroom's brashly crisp casual-wear recalls school days from elementary to university, both of which you recollect with equal haziness.
Check out more of the Homeroom roster here
Emailed to New York: Flud Watches
A colorfully WTF line of oversized wrist clocks, Fluds were designed by a NYC DJ and his sneakerhead pal who were frustrated that they couldn't find watches to match their sneakers -- so following that logic, there's also an untapped market for stainless steel wingtips featuring co-axial escapements.
Deeper Flud info here
Emailed to Boston: Proletariat's Jeans
Incensed by the astronomical price of designer denim, Harvard Square's store of the working man studied some top brands, discussed things with their manufacturer, and realized that the reason that some jeans cost so much coin is because...consumers are dumb.
Remove some of the dumberliness from your life here
Emailed to New York: TrafficJot
Covering all major U.S. cities, NY-based Jot GMaps up-to-the-minute road conditions and traffic congestion, with info both culled from Yahoo Traffic and emailed in by users, whose distracted BlackBerrying is even now leading to a five-rickshaw pileup.
More on avoiding jams here
Emailed to Los Angeles: Nixon Headphones
Started by SoCal surf/snowboard enthusiasts and vaunted as a go-to brand for action-sporty men's accoutrements (from watches to backpacks to jackets), Nixon's now breaking out three different models of headphones, each with high-end design aesthetics (stainless steel earpieces, leather headbands, etc) and super-reliable function (successfully play music).
Listen up here