If clothes make the man, then dressing should shore up the gaping holes in any personality -- probably why everyone keeps encouraging Matthew McConaughey to try it. Making the man awesomely cheeky, Toddland's fall drop. The newest from the Land that brought you the "Greatest Pants in the Universe - pants that god would wear, if god wore pants" is a collection of hilariously accented play clothes from a design team who worked for ten years in the fashion industry before deciding to form their own "blue collar" brand that's legitimately amusing, thus differentiating it from the same-named comedy tour. For your upper half, they've got tee-rificness like the photo-printed "Kitty Bday" with an abhorrently-sweatered feline about to blow out its candles, and "Unicorn" featuring a naked blonde petting the horned beast; while heavier wear includes the "Magnus" hoodie which zips up to the nose and features an anatomically placed beard/stache, and a shawl-collared cardigan w/ 8-bit ducks & grass hems/cuffs dubbed "Mallard Safari" (BYO prickishly smug dog). Stem coverings include a selection of sweatpants scrawled with randomness like a pixelated, deconstructed hamburger, the text "NARWHALS", and even a bright-yellow pair emblazoned with "WAFFLES"; as well as the horizontal-corded "Cordizontal Cords", and a slightly more traditional pair embroidered with brontosauruses and dubbed the "Dinosaur Cords", though thankfully not Dinosaur Chords, as nobody wants Hank Williams, Jr. anywhere near their crotch. To keep you quirkily accessorized, they're slinging wallets like the "Moosestache" (with a duly 'stached moose), and printed chonies ranging from UFO's abducting sheep to the "Trout Trout Let it all Out" brief with a fish on the crotch measuring 5'0", which if worn by Matt, would represent the sequel to Fool's Gold.