Justin Bieber Has Made His Own Line of Hotel Slippers

Dec 28, 2018

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Hotel rooms are usually all about ubiquitous comfort: soft mattress, plush pillows, cozy robes. But has something in your room ever been so comfortable that you thought about nabbing the item and taking it home with you? Well, it’s possible Justin Bieber’s latest venture might just inspire you to do so. The pop-star has pivoted from his incredibly successful singing career to apparel. Well, really only one item of apparel: slippers.

These aren’t just any slippers: They’re the cheap, single-use slippers you’d find in many hotel rooms and spas.

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Bieber launched the slippers the day after Christmas under then name The House of Drew. Drew is Bieber’s middle name, and the brand’s About Us page describes it as such:

Drew House is a place where you can be yourself.
Blah blah blah blahsdbksjdfhl
Wear like you don’t care. Come chill. K. Bye.

The footwear is described as “hotel slippers”:

new drew house cheap hotel slippers. super soft white slippers with the iconic smiley face design…perfect for drew house guests and anyone who enjoys slipping their feet into something cozy at the end of the day

And before you go assuming that because the slippers are designed and sold by a celebrity they’ll be priced sky-high, think again. Surprisingly, they’re going for just $5. Unfortunately for “Beliebers,” the slippers are already sold out.  

Bieber’s new wife, Hailey, rocked the slippers on Christmas Day in an Instagram post:

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Merry Christmas #houseofdrew

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If you can’t wait to get your feet into these slippers, or have always wanted to have disposable hotel slippers on hand, you can nab a knockoff bundle of 24 pairs on Amazon for just $24 — that’s just $1 a pair! Time to bring your hotel dream’s back home.

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