At last! A pair of seasonal Jewish underwear that will make you seem like the kind of classy person who listens to podcasts.
Famed indie underwear brand MeUndies has debuted a limited edition Hanukkah print, “Joy Vey” underwear studded with gelt, menorahs and dreidels. The underwear is made out of (seriously if you have ever listened to a podcast you have this phrase memorized) “sustainably sourced Lenzing MicroModal,” and designs run from thongs to something called “trunks” (trunks?)
The brand’s tagline is, “the ultimate undies for when you want to feel naked, but not actually be naked,” which may or may not be exactly what you want on Hanukkah.
Jenny Singer is a writer for the Forward. You can reach her at Singer@forward.com or on Twitter @jeanvaljenny
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