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Can't grow a 'stache? Support No-Shave November with mustache decor

While men around the country, including our own Matt, Al, Carson, and Willie, begin No-Shave November while others join the Movember mustache movement, facial-hair challenged women — and men — can find other ways to join the hairy hoopla sweeping the country. Conceived to literally to change the face of men’s health, this month of Movember raises awareness, sparks conversation and increase
Mustache doormat
Thabto / Amazon

While men around the country, including our own Matt, Al, Carson, and Willie, begin No-Shave November while others join the Movember mustache movement, facial-hair challenged women — and men — can find other ways to join the hairy hoopla sweeping the country. Conceived to literally to change the face of men’s health, this month of Movember raises awareness, sparks conversation and increases fund-raising for issues like prostate and testicular cancer, while No-Shave November grows cancer awareness by embracing our hair — mustaches, beards, and even leg hair — which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and free. 

If you can’t sprout a stylin’ stache, add these decor items to your home to show your support for men’s health causes — and maybe even satisfy your inner hipster in the process.

Mustache tea towels

LittleBirdsBoutique / Today

This set of two black-and-cream dish towels from Little Birds Boutique on Etsy feature one towel printed with an array of ‘stache styles with the other is in a coordinating quatrefoil pattern. Measuring 16-inches x 23-inches, the top-stitched towels have a fabric loop for hanging and are backed with practical absorbent terry-cloth ($25 for the set, Little Birds Boutique via Etsy).

Mustache door mat

Thabto / Today

Wipe your feet on the wonderful whiskers of this mustache-shaped door mat by Thabto. Designed by John Caswell, the sturdy mat is made of natural coir fiber extracted from coconut husks and measures approximately 25-inches x 14-inches ($44.95, Thabto via Amazon.com).

Stache jars

Love Grace Joy / Today

These glass jars featuring vinyl mustache decals in “cowboy,” “gentleman,” “villian” and “western” styles are the perfect place to store your personal “stache” of whatever tickles your fancy. Available in a variety of sizes and colors, the jars are washable and safe for food storage ($12-$16, Love Grace Joy via Etsy).

Mustache pillow cases

Decorative Things / Today

Made of 100-percent cotton and printed with an artistic mustache drawing split between the two pillow cases, this fun set from Decorative Things will send you to dreamland with a smile on your face — and you’ll always know which pillow goes on which side of the bed ($34.99, Decorative Things via Amazon.com).

Mustache hangers

Gamago / Today

This set of four four heavyweight nickel-plated wire hangers in the shape of a mustache from Gamago put the “fun” in functional. The curved mustache ends also keep clothing from sliding off ($9.98, Gamago via Amazon.com).

Mustache marquee

Vintage Marquee Lights / Today

Carefully crafted from rusty metal to make it look authentic and antique, this handmade mustache marquee light is a major conversation starter. Measuring 36-inches long and four-inches deep, the sign comes fully wired with C9 bulbs and spares included. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, the marqee has a hanging bracket on the back for easy installation ($198, Vintage Marquee Lights via Etsy).

Mustache mugs

Love Grace Joy / Today

This set of six stackable 9-ounce white mugs decked with vinyl decals of mustaches in different styles will get your morning off to a manly start. Handmade by Love Grace Joy on Etsy, the mugs come with a chrome holder and are hand-wash only ($32, Love Grace Joy via Etsy).

Ellen Sturm Niz is an editor and writer living, parenting, and working in New York City. Follow her on Twitter, Pinterest,and Google+.