Hosted by Will deFries and Barrett Dudley, Retail Therapy covers the ever-changing landscape of online trends, aesthetics, style, shopping, and (of course) shifting vibes. What's in, what's out, and what everyone might be talking about at your next group dinner. Also Airing: The Sunday Scaries Podcast — a wellness and self-care podcast for those with blurry Friday and Saturday nights. Hosted by Will deFries, The Sunday Scaries Podcast is your cure for the Sunday blues.
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A double-feature of sorts: our Fall 2023 Men's Fashion episode combined with the Fall/Winter 2023 In/Out Report. Rugbys, corduroy, and Nice Pants — oh my! We break down all things to look out for while shopping this fall. In the back half of the epis... more
You spoke, we listened. To preview some women's fall fashion for 2023, we welcome Will's wife Sally and Barrett's fiancee Laura to the show. From trends (like denim-covered cowboy boots) to their favorite style follows, we touched on as much as we po... more
We make a major Retail Therapy announcement, make final calls about the Drink of the Summer, discuss the slippery slope that is coffee and coffeemakers, unexpected celebrity hangs, Miles Teller's go-to hat, a possible Fall '23 rom-com renaissance, an... more
Retail therapy is fun and all but it should really be its own title. Will happily Refollow when the true Scaries Pod comes back.
Been listening for years and love the feed. I am sad to hear we will be getting even less of the Sunday Scaries content. I understand the need to pull back and regroup, but I feel a bit bait-and-switched into listening to Retail Pod to fill the Sunday Scaries hole-in-my-heart.
I love both the OG Scaries and the new Retail Therapy, but they really need to be separate feeds. They are totally different shows. I dropped Men in Blazers when they started the dozen different shows in a single feed strategy.
Each week this is exactly what I need to hear - I’m typically a Monday listener. The format has “grown with me” in that I don’t have the Sunday Scaries like I did 10 years ago. Tbh, I got into a bad accident a few months ago and “my name’s Will DeFries, and This is the Sunday Scaries” helped out SO MUCH during recovery. Will, Barrett, and Sally all bring that moment of chill in the week. It’s just throwing on some good background tunes and chatting with a friend for an hour (yes I talk back to t... more
Scaries is essential autumn listening and RT is getting unnecessary hate. Even if we don’t always know what they are talking about it’s the fun and easy fashion banter for me. What i have learned had definitely elevated my style and taste to be more niche and unique. more
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Retail Therapy by Sunday Scaries launched 5 years ago and published 289 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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