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we, at dripcult, enjoy looking dapper as fuh. It's just a fact. And you've heard us say it over and over, that the key to taking your look to the next level is the fine details. That is, once you've covered the basics of course. Get a suit that fits. Get it tailored. Get a tailored white shirt to go with it. Find the right tie for your suit color. Then, add a tie bar and boom, you've significantly improved your look. 

Currently our favorite tie bars come from the etsy wizard BellaMantra

Take a gander at what she has to offer:

Stop by BellaMantras online shop and grab a tie bar from one of a billion options. I mean, at around $22, you can get some christmas shopping done at the same time.


- dripcult


diy fire pit.

found this awesome diy fire pit project and figured it was the perfect beginning of summer project for the backyard. It uses washing machine drum and looks really unique. buying a pre-made fire pit will cost you $100+ easy, but this setup should be between $10-20 depending on what you already have. Check it out:

You can see the full guide here. Get to work and start your summer off right with a gathering of close friends around a fire pit at night.


- james


mint chocolate chip ice cream.

No summer of mine is complete without a little ice cream. I decided I should make some homemade ice cream, but by that I really mean Kelli should make some homemade ice cream. There was no way we were going to make a basic flavor like vanilla or chocolate so we decided on mint chocolate chip – smart. Maybe some other time we'll make vanilla, but probably not chocolate; sorry I'm not sorry. The runner's up were coconut, which we made later, and peach. I'm sure you can see why we went with mint chocolate chip first. An ice cream maker makes this process a whole heck of a lot easier, so you should probably invest in one if you choose to make your own homemade ice cream. I promise you, you wont regret the investment. We’re very happy with our first batch of homemade ice cream. We wolfed it down and we're ready to make some more. Any suggestions out there would be greatly appreciated. Maybe James is onto something with that chocolate dipped bacon. Who knows?

- Taylor


Homemade Pumpkin Pie.


I love pumpkin pie. I love it like a fat kid loves cake. There is something special about this time of year and it’s the pumpkin pie. I don’t know what it is about pumpkin pie, but if it’s available I need to be eating it. I don’t think of myself as addicted, just committed. Pre-made store bought pumpkin pies weren’t available yet and I needed a pumpkin pie fix. So Kelli and I made one, well mostly Kelli. Yeah, my woman can bake and she can bake better than yours. We bought a sugar pumpkin, baked it, scooped out the insides, blended it up into a paste and had our real pumpkin ready to go. Next of course came the added ingredients such as an egg, condensed sweet milk, and various spices. We also employed the skills of Kyle, Kelli’s dad, who is basically a master chef and can create a delicious explosion of flavor in your mouth that will leave you wanting more every time. Let it be known that he just showed us a pan flouring technique and nothing more. Also let it be known that the man can flour a pan very impressively. There is a real art and form to it. Once our pan was flour we laid in our pie crust, formed it to the pan and poured in what would become our pumpkin pie. A very tedious hour and a half later, an hour of cooking with a half hour of cooling, we had a beautiful pumpkin pie ready to eat. Hands down this pumpkin pie was one of the best pies I have ever eaten. I don’t know if it was the recipe, the ingredients or the TLC that went into making this amazing pie; but it was magical. I highly recommend making a pumpkin pie from scratch. It is worth the work and the wait. It is a delicious treat that you will remember time and time again. The only thing I warn you about is you may scar yourself and taint your taste buds. Once they taste and enjoy the amazingness of homemade pumpkin pie nothing will compare. Thanks again Kelli, you make a mean homemade pumpkin pie.

- Taylor