If they aren't fashionably attired, scarecrows face endless heckling from birds, sarcastic complements from rival farmers, and total disobedience from their flocks of corn. Protect yourself and your straw friends from the harsh realities of nature with today's Groupon: for $35, you get $75 worth of apparel and accessories from Custo Barcelona. This Groupon can only be redeemed online.
Custo Barcelona swathes men, women, and children in a broad array of playful, color-saturated garments and chic accessories. Cast off the chains of bland, tedious clothing and itchy burlap frocks with dresses such as the Melby Madame, a strappy, V-neck piece with a bold, rippling pattern ($69). Men can complement a favorite pair of pants, favorite hat, or freshly waxed moustache with shirts such as the Kent Anis, a long-sleeve button-up brandishing embroidered accents ($64.80). Custo Barcelona also boasts a bevy of ensemble-augmenting accessories for men and women, including watches, perfumes, belts, scarves, and handbags. Items such as a playful pastel Maxa India cardigan ($72) help fashion-forward mini people express their stylish proclivities, and Barry purple sneakers ($47.60) facilitate quick sprints to the school bus and graceful waltzes over freshly laid bubble wrap.
Custo Barcelona's easy-to-use website accommodates home-shopping expeditions. Digital fashionistas benefit from the freedom to zoom in on every item, as well as the option to sort apparel by size, price, style, and collection, making it easy to peruse the exhaustive stock without breaking a sweat or paying your mouse to work overtime.
Inspired by the surfers and psychedelic rockers of California in the ’80s, brothers Custo and David Dalmau launched Custo Barcelona, a fashion label known for its fun, colorful tops and graphic prints. Their bold color combinations and even bolder patterns stamp everything from low-neck T-shirts and summer dresses to short jackets and jersey sweaters. The label’s popularity has allowed the brothers to expand from their native Spain and open stores across the world and even space.