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With This D&D Clothing, You Can Dress For the Job You Want… If That Job is DMing

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May 26 2024

They say that you should dress for the job you want, and if that job involves being comfy and playing D&D, any of these are a place to start.

There are a lot of ways to incorporate D&D into your wardrobe. Whether you work from home or want to bring your warlock to the office, there is something you can add to your outfit.

1. Dungeon Master Shirt

Let everybody know that you’re the boss of the room with this Dungeon Master shirt. Your players don’t need to know yet why you made that call or why their nineteen didn’t pass. You’re the one telling tthis story and you have a narrative to weave and the game is more fun with a little mystery. You’re the DM, that’s why!

2. This Is How I Roll Sweat Pants

If the last couple of years have taught us anything, it’s that work is more pleasant to do when done in sweat pants. This pair let’s everyone know exactly in the room what your favorite hobby is… Even if the only other sentient being is your pet. But if you’re playing your favorite tabletop RPG with your friends online, that can be a pretty ideal, and comfy, situation.

3. D&D Hat

It’s getting warmer and sunnier out there, so it’s time to break out the baseball caps and sunhats. And this snapback with the D&D logo is perfect for any indoor or outdoor adventuring sessions. But hats like this are good to have in general. Going on hikes? Taking a few beach days? Or are you a more indoor kid? There are countless opportunities to wear a fun baseball cap.

4. Dungeon Crawling Socks

Socks are one of those articles of clothing that seem to need constant replacing. Where did that hole come from? How did I lose another half-pair to the washing machine? Why do I only have three socks, non of which match?! This pack has five pairs of D&D inspired ankle socks. That may not keep you ahead of the laundry for another entire week, but it will give you a few more days of no stress dungeon crawling.

5. Minimalist Dice Rainbow Hoodie

Whether you’re going out or staying in, a hooded sweatshirt is always a pretty key piece of your wardrobe. Want to be warmer? Hoodie. Want to wear something with a big pocket? Hoodie! Need to trick the delivery person or whoever you’re streaming with into thinking you’ve put on not-pajamas today? Hoodie! This one features a minimalist and rainbow of dice, making it a little subtle but still very obviously D&D related for anyone already in the know.

Do you have any Dungeons and Dragons inspired apparel? Did any of our picks make it onto your wish list? Do you think you would enjoy a D&D adjacent job or do you prefer to keep it strictly a hobby? Let us know in the comments!

Happy Adventuring!


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