Think of Tattoodo Tattoo Designs ($60 and up) as a sort of Threadless for the tattoo industry — it's one part open market for tattoo artists to share and sell their work, one part opportunity for customers to hire artists to create custom, one-off designs. If you know what you want, but don't have the artistic skill to come up with your own design, all you need to do is start a contest, set a budget, and artists will submit work for you to evaluate. If you find something you like, they'll send you the work to take in to your local shop. If that's not your style, you can browse hundreds of designs from various artists, purchase them on the spot, and go get inked.
Ideal for a crisp evening in November spent at your favorite bar, Encre Noire Cologne ($35) is a woodsy scent that begins with fresh piney top notes of cypress. Middle notes of bourbon vetiver add a cool, woody, leathery dimension to the scent, while base notes of cashmere wood and musk balance it out and add a seasonally-appropriate rustic element. Made by Lalique, this scent is created for the guy who isn't afraid to wear something bold and powerful, yet complex.
Even though inspiration for this scent was drawn from every facet of the whiskey production process, Hylnds Spirit Of The Glen Whiskey Fragrance ($180) won't leave you smelling like the crusty drunk at the end of the bar. Instead, it channels the deep distilling heritage of Speyside, Scotland (home of The Glenlivet), including the floral notes characteristic of its legendary spirit, the woody scent of aged oak casks and charred bourbon barrels, and the sweet aroma of wild pineapple weed. What you get is a unisex cologne that begins with the vanilla scent of wood, and finishes with the deep and unmistakeable scent of Scotch Whiskey.