It’s officially Passover season (the first night is April 19 this year) which means it’s time for one of my favorite holiday traditions: shopping for cute stuff on the internet. From seder plates to matzah-themed everything, there is an abundance of Passover paraphernalia out there. Go forth and shop.
U Can’t Touch This Bagel (Etsy, $25)
When you can’t have bagels on the inside, wear them on the outside.
Afikosaurus (Etsy, $18.99)
The listing says it’s for men, but it’s obviously for everyone who loves dinosaurs — so, everyone.
Karpas Diem (Etsy, $20)
Get it? Do you get it?
Passover Cats (Amazon, $16.99)
Look, does this t-shirt make sense? Not really. But there are cats in kippahs, so let’s go with it.
Matzah and Matzah Ball Soup Earrings (Etsy, $22)
Squeeee look how tiny and cute!!
Matzah and Seder Plate Earrings (Etsy, $31.01)
Or you can opt for the seder plate variety, which, also: squeeeee.
Matzah Ball Soup Necklace (Etsy, $21.68)
Matzah ball soup on a necklace, because why not?
Gefilte Fish Earrings (Etsy, $7.15)
If you don’t want to eat gefilte fish, the least you can do is wear them.
Illustrated Seder Plate (Etsy, $36)
Bright, inexpensive, and you can even personalize it with your name.
White Ceramic Seder Plate (Etsy, $168)
Minimalist and oh-so-elegant.
Melamine Garden Seder Plate (Amazon, $13.95)
Cute and simple, this one mostly made the list because it’s under $15.
Porcelain Pink and White Seder Plate (Etsy, $108.45)
Whyyyyy is this so prettyyyyyy.
Matzah Skater Skirt (Etsy, $36)
Hey look, it’s matzah on a skirt.
Matzah Scrunchie (Etsy, $10)
Hey look, it’s matzah on a scrunchie.
Matzah Leggings (Etsy, $33)
Hey look, it’s matzah on leggings.
Matzah Dress (Etsy, $60)
Hey look, it’s matzah on a dress.
Passover Plague Coasters (Etsy, $25)
All ready for your pinky-in-the-wine dips.
Passover Wine Labels (Etsy, $19.95)
You’re gonna be going through a lot of wine — might as well spruce up those bottles.
Passover Garlands (Etsy, $24)
Some plagues and sparkles to welcome the holiday.
Matzah Napkins (Amazon, $10.99)
Matzah already tastes like paper, anyway.
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