The site currently has a massive amount of merchandise marked down, in a sale ending Sunday night.
Huckberry might have the most delicious-sounding name on the internet. Huckberry, Huckberry, Huckberry. A "huckberry" sounds like some rare small fruit that one of those remote Michelin-star restaurants would grow in the back of its garden to make its own jam with and then casually dollop on the side of your frustratingly small, but beautifully arranged, plate. Mmmm, huckberry.
Fuck those spots, though. I feel like any time you leave a restaurant still hungry, but significantly less wealthy, you're taking a massive L. Don't get me wrong, I respect the level of expertise that informs every aspect of the fine-dining experience, but if you're busting out the tweezers to plate my dinner that's not food, dog—that's art. I shouldn't even be eating this. You might as well replace your menus with placards.
Huckberry don't have time for that. If the site were a restaurant, it definitely wouldn't be using tweezers (although if you need a pair, they probably sell 'em), because Huckberry puts on for the team. It's like one of those unpretentious but still farm-to-table neighborhood joints somewhere in a shady suburb in Brooklyn that just wants to serve good food at a price that doesn't immediately ostracize half the people who live there. And, true to form, the site currently has a mind-boggling amount of merchandise marked down, in a "Work From Home Sale" ending this Sunday at midnight. Whole squad eating good today, baby!
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