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Where Do You Get the Ribbed Glasses Everyone Is Using?

Ribbed, clear glasses are filled with tea, cocktails, and coffee.
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For the most part, social media trends pop up and quickly die back down, but there’s one, under-the-radar viral product that’s still flickering across screens: ribbed glassware.

If you’ve seen influencers and TikTok stars using the wavy-looking glasses, there’s good news. You can purchase ribbed glassware on Amazon, and it’s actually affordable.

Why is this vintage-inspired aesthetic such a big deal at the moment? Honestly, there doesn’t seem to be a place to point toward when it comes to a why. The pieces started popping up on social media, particularly on the channels of food and drink creators, and then, a standout favorite—the Atwell glass from Crate & Barrel—become a TikTok staple. The result was practically everyone on the internet having then, and then, of course, everyone else waned them, too.

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The Atwell glass features the ribbed design but also has a small base to make the drinkware stackable, and perhaps due to its rise in popularity, you can now get a dupe version on Amazon.

This set of four ribbed glasses from Combler for $23.99 is currently a bit cheaper than buying four Atwells (which retail for $6.95 each) thanks to a discounted price. Like the popular original, they include thin, ribbed lines running vertically around the glass as well as a tapered base for stacking. They’re also dishwasher safe, durable, and able to be placed in the freezer.

If you’ve been seeing your favorite influencer sip from this vintage-inspired glass, it can now be yours. While you’re looking for glassware, why not go ahead and grab an affordable Amazon alternative that Stanley cup, too.

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Shea Simmons is the Assignments Editor at LifeSavvy. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer with a focus on beauty and lifestyle content. Her work has appeared in Bustle, Allure, and Hello Giggles. Read Full Bio »
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