YOU’RE A WIZARD

What do wizards wear on the weekend? Whether you’re sipping Butterbeer with the gals, being active & taking your Hippogriff for a stroll, or banishing some bad wizards to Azkaban, make sure you’ve got your perfect Potter accessory to compliment your look. Those Muggles won’t know what hit ‘em!
What does your perfect day look like? Make those dreams (almost) a reality with the Best Day Ever Tee! Imagine watching the sunrise at Hogwarts, practicing Quidditch in the morning, feeding Buckbeak at lunch, defeating You-Know-Who in the afternoon and chilling with a Butterbeer at night. Ahh… bliss! Team your tee with a denim skirt + ankle boots so you can solemnly swear you’re up to no good in style.

“If you having Quidditch problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but a snitch ain’t one”. Did you know Jay Z was a wizard? And we don’t just mean a lyrical wizard… This piece is totally perfect for chillaxing on the weekend with your favourite Gryffindor pals. Rock this bad boy with a chambray shirt round your waist + sneakers for a day look that’ll make the Slytherin team look like a bunch of house elves!

Show your allegiance to the Order with a statement Potter Specs Ring. Simple, stylish and subtle so you won’t get caught out by any Death Eaters! Layer this piece with other silver accessories + your favourite party dress for a evening look that’ll have the wizards asking, “are you a love spell? ‘Cause I think I’ve just fallen head over heels for you”. Ohhh yeahhh.
PS: We’ll be celebrating Harry Potter’s birthday on the 31st of July. Join us and make your own cup of Butterbeer with our recipe below. Cheers!


Harry Potter Butterbeer Recipe 

Ingredients:

  • 1 pint of vanilla ice cream, softened
  • 1/2 stick (4 tablespoons) butter, at room temperature
  • 1/3 cup light brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1 bottle (24 oz.) vanilla cream soda (very cold)

Directions:

  1. Allow ice cream to soften, about 30 minutes, and bring butter to room temperature, about 2 hours
  2. Blend butter, sugar, and spices in large bowl
  3. Add to ice cream and freeze
  4. Heat cream soda in a pot until warm but still carbonated (at least 3 minutes).  You could also just go with the very cold cream soda (my preference) and have a more frozen/slushy drink.
  5. Fill each glass with a scoop of ice cream mixture and pour warmed or chilled cream soda over ice cream
  6. Serve!

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