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Happy Guncles Day 2023

Guncles Day 2023


It's time to celebrate the spectacular, the radiant, and the ever-so-magical gay uncles of the world! Guncles Day is not just another day on the calendar. It's a day to shine, sparkle, and showcase all the love, laughter, and glamour our beloved Guncles bring to our lives. 🎈

Dazzling Drops for the Dearest Dudes! 😎💍

Sashay down our virtual runway as we unveil a collection of items crafted just for this day! From jewelry that tells a story as vibrant as the pride rainbow to apparel that's a scream of freedom, authenticity, and unabashed queerness. Each piece isn’t just an item; it's a piece of heart, a piece of art, and a sprinkle of magic!

What is Guncles Day?

Guncles Day, celebrated on the second Sunday of August each year, is a day dedicated to celebrating and honoring gay uncles everywhere. It originated online in 2016 so it's still a relatively young celebration, but the holiday has been gaining traction in recent years through social media and the LGBTQ+ community. The term "guncle" is a portmanteau of "gay" and "uncle," and the day aims to recognize the unique role many gay uncles play in the lives of their families and nieces and nephews, highlighting their contributions, love, and support.

So what better way to celebrate the fabulous Guncle in your life than by gifting them a unique, charming item from our dedicated Guncle line!

Shop from the items below, and if you join our mailing list before you purchase, you can grab an extra 15% off your first order!

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