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Earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan couple of days ago are one of the worst tragedies in the history of this country. Among many people that are helping victims through donations are many clothing labels and designers, which are donating part of their sales to help with the disaster relief efforts. These are just a few examples, and if you wish to participate in helping out make sure you visit their websites and purchase something.

Imprint T-shirt design by Sistine.co
Imprint T-shirt design by Sistine.co

Sistine is having a sale, so the prices for all the tees in their online shop is slashed to $30, down from $36. They will donate $10 out of every tee sold to the Red Cross for the disaster relief efforts in Japan. They also plan to continue to do this for as long as they can, making a donation at the end of every month and posting the receipt of the donation on their blog to ensure the good folks that have made their efforts to help they are committed to this cause.

Wild Wolves T-shirt design by Vicious History
Wild Wolves T-shirt design by Vicious History

Vicious History is also taking part in the relief efforts of those affected by the tsunami in Japan. From March 11-13, 50% of each Vicious History sale will be donated to the Red Cross Disaster fund. In case you don’t know – Vicious History specialize in contemporary apparel which incorporates a vast range of historical influences into it’s designs.

Help Japan poster by Rob Dobi / FullBleed.org

Help Japan poster by Rob Dobi / FullBleed.org

T-shirt and poster designer Rob Dobi at Full Bleed created a benefit poster for Japan. “I did what little I could and designed a print to benefit relief in Japan. All profits go straight to disaster recovery”, says he. You can purchase this awesome piece of art and do something noble at once.

These are just some of the examples. If your line is having a benefit sale – or if you know about one – please do let us know by leaving your comment below.

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Ever wanted to start your own clothing brand, but didn’t know where to start from? Worry no more! Ryan Kovach, one of the founders of freshly-brewed clothing company Beau is giving excellent tips to all of you beginners, so this article is enriched by their own experience.

Without change, the world would do nothing but sit still. Change is important and, in order to create a powerful brand that you and your customers are proud of, change is essential.

Beau tee by BeauIf creating your very own brand is something you want to do, a change must occur. You have to stop playing Nazi Zombies and Super Smash Brothers and finally start learning towards creating your own line. Don’t get too scared though, you will still have a little time to kill a few zombies because Beau is here to help organize some of the load. Last summer, I was in the same boat and I came up with a massive list of things to accomplish in order for Beau to launch. I broke up everything I needed to accomplish and learn into 3 sections: brand, website, and legal. Each one of these sections also had subsections, and most of the subsections had subsections. To put it simply, there was a lot I needed to learn. Now I am here to help break each of these sections down.

Brand

Assuming that you are making your own brand, you probably have an idea of what your brand is going to be about. It is key that your brand fills a niche, or offers something that is not already offered. I broke down what I needed to do regarding my brand into a few different components: logo, planning, and shirts.

Bunch of Beau stickersLogo – when making a logo, you want to create something that depicts your brand, but also incorporates what your brand is about. With Beau, our logo was created to show our minimalists designs and the simplicity behind it all. A logo is a key part, it’s what people recognize and what they tell their friends. By having a memorable logo, your brand will stay fresh in the consumer’s mind;

Planning – for Beau and most indie start-up lines, the finances behind everything are limited. Personally, Beau was brought to life by the two of us working all summer long. A sacrifice has to be made. Currently we are college students and are making ends meet financially out of our own pockets. We put all of our funds towards bringing our fans and customers the best possible product we can. Don’t let it scare you though, it’s a very rewarding feeling to have somebody enjoying what you put a lot of hard work and time into. The key is to create a plan, like I am drawing out here, with your finances. Microsoft Excel is a great tool to keep track of everything. The best tip I can give you is to be as organized as possible;

Little Birdie Told Me T-shirt by Beau

Little Birdie Told Me T-shirt by Beau

Shirts – you may want to have people loving something you made but, without being able to put your brand goals into designs, it is going to be pretty hard to achieve that with clothing. Neither of us at Beau are Picasso; hell, we can barely color inside the lines. But that doesn’t have to stop you. There are countless resources available to help put your ideas into .psd’s ha ha… We were lucky enough to have a buddy of ours, Cameron Hagedon, aka one hell of an artist and designer, help us. Places like mintees.com (successor of now defunct emptees.com) are places where you can find talented artists. If you don’t know any artists personally, they can help you create your clothing’s art. Just remember that there are always resources out there to utilize;

Printingdo your research, our biggest tool was google. We lived on sites like bandwagonmerch, and t-shirtforums just asking questions and gathering information. Prior to Beau, I knew nothing about plastisol inks. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Email anybody and everybody whom you think would have valuable information. God knows how many emails I wrote just acquiring information on what material went best with what inks and what tagging sizes were recommended for each size of shirt. One tip for everybody: American Apparel. It is just gold made of fabrics. Everybody loves it and, frankly, if you are selling to somebody who doesn’t know much outside of Gildans and Hanes, they will put your shirt on and fall in love. Most likely, they will never take it off;

Numbers T-shirt by Beau

Numbers T-shirt by Beau

Shipping – if you plan on shipping out shirts, which most indie’s do, packaging is the last chance to make a positive impression. If financially possible, make something amazing and memorable. However, for most cases, including Beau, that is hard to accomplish. Just remember, with every penny you earn, put that penny back into your brand. Including packaging. But, until then, make sure your shipping does not hurt your image. Make sure it’s secure, doesn’t fold, and makes it there quickly. Uline.com provides a lot of products for packing, folding, and shipping your shirts nice and neatly.

Website

The first thing a consumer will see is the quality of the site. Bigcartel.com and Storeveny.com provide a great template and a cart. If you know web design at all, you know that building a fully functional cart is kind of a hassle. For Beau, we were forced to pick up a CSS book and learn from scratch in order to make our site stick out from the cookie cutter bigcartels of the world. Jquery is no fun, but there are plenty of tutorials online that help teach. Sohatonaka.com is one of my personally favorites. Soh is a genius and very helpful as well. As for CSS, check out this site; again a lifesavior. If possible, we advise that you leave it to the professional and shell out the dough.

Domain – as far as domain names go, try and purchase one that is unique and memorable. If that happens to be your brand name, perfect. For Beau, we went with thebeautee.com as a little play on words to create the ”beauty” in a sense. And if you do decide to use a bigcartel, the folks over at indielabs are very helpful at providing setup to link your new domain name.

Legal

At first we thought this would be one of the most difficult parts, it turns out it was the opposite. Make sure to get a hold of people who know something about business law. Local/family accountant, lawyer or, in our case, your business professor ha ha…

Third Times The Charm T-shirt by Beaue

Third Times The Charm T-shirt by Beau

You can figure out a lot of the basics via google and forums, but legalities are not something you want to mess up on. It would be the biggest buzz kill to have to shut down everything you have worked so hard for just because you didn’t fill out the right paperwork. From our experiences we have learned a little. You should be alright with just a DBA, but you’re much better off filing for a Limited Liability Corp. (LLC). But again, check with a pro.

The biggest thing to take out of all of this is to sit on your computer and do hours upon hours of research. Become an expert in your niche and field. We are not saying we are, but we are striving to be. And another thing, there are tons of people willing to help you. When you tell anybody in your community that you’re going on this adventure, they will do almost anything to help along the way. Don’t waste that help, it’s a life saver. Never be afraid to email and ask questions!

Ryan Kovach,
Beau

Did you like what Ryan had to say here? Have your own experience? Don’t hesitate to inform us by leaving your comment below. Thank you!

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Don’t you like when your favourite band wears a kick-ass shirt by some independent label you haven’t heard of before? Makes you wanna go ahead and check out that line and see what they have to offer, right?

Well, we here at Teezine really like up-and-coming rock bands, as much as our pals at Winky Boo, an indie clothing label we featured before in various articles (they recently won gold medal as the best new clothing brand in 2010 in Teezine Shirt Olympics). Winky Boo sponsors five bands at the moment with their kick-ass gear and since we liked their music – and Winky Boo’s style – we decided to make a free MP3 sampler for all of you to enjoy in great music.

Winky Tees Rock free MP3 sampler cover

Winky Tees Rock free MP3 sampler cover

From moody, atmospheric metal to acoustic singer / songwriter music Winky Tees Rock features 12 tracks by Eyes To The Skyline, Fallen Asleep, The Borogoves, The Silence In-Between and Saving October. All tracks are free to download (and share) there at Teezine Facebook page. And while you’re there – make sure to click that little LIKE button as a small “thankyou”. Thank you!

And now – download the sampler and rock on! Also, make sure you check out Winky Boo website for some great clothing (note you can have a 10% off your order if you find the discount code among our links).

Hats T-shirt design by Winky Boo

Hats T-shirt design by Winky Boo

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This contest was closed on February 1st 2011. Visit discussions at our Facebook page to see who are the lucky winners.

T-shirt contests and giveaways are usually based around one particular tee design you can win, and sometimes that T-shirt comes in one particular size. Ever wished for a T-shirt contest where you could choose what to win? Well, Teezine teamed up with fresh-brewed clothing line called Blush to bring you this gigantic contest where you can win the shirt of your choice from one of Blush four shirts, or a tote bag for your going-to-city needs!

Win shirts & a tote

Blush is a clothing brand based out of Denver, Colorado. Company is owned by Kyle Even and David Schmitt from the band Breathe Carolina, as well as Josh White of Umbrella Clothing. They were featured in Alternative Press magazine for the clothing brand to watch in 2011. They will be on the Vans Warped Tour all summer, as well as the Bamboozle music festival in New Jersey.

Teezine is very happy to be able to work with Blush on this great contest! Here’s what you can win.

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #1

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #1

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #2

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #2

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #3

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #3

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #4

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #4

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #5

Blush & Teezine gigantic contest - contest item #5

Note that some ot these shrits come in both men and women styles, so above pictures are only for illustration purposes.

Contest rules

We wanted to make this contest as easy as possibe for you to participate. To win one of these shirts or a tote here’s what you must do:

  • Click on the picture of desired item (be it a shirt or a tote). Link will lead you to item details in Blush online shop;
  • Find the item’s name when at Blush online shop;
  • Come back to this article and write the name of a desired item in our comment field, along with an answer to the question: why do you think you deserve to win this item?

And that’s it! After you leave your comment you’ve officially entered the contest. We will then review all answers and the most interesting ones will win desired items in their size (except for a tote, which is unisex), so be creative with your answers!

Contest ends February 1st, when the winners will be announced through our Facebook page, so make sure to like it! If you’re one of the lucky 5 winners you’ll be contacted by us to the email address you’ve provided by leaving your comment (note that your email address cannot be seen at our site).

Best of luck to all of you! Looking forward to reading your comments!

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Teezine rewarded best T-shirt designs and clothing brands in 2010 with gold, silver and bronze medals in four categories!

2010 is over very soon and we here at Teezine wanted to see it with some style. Therefore we picked best T-shirt designs, clothing lines and online shops in 2010 through our first Teezine T-shirt Olympics! That’s right – we rewarded tees & lines we featured in 2010 on our blog with gold, silver and bronze medals in four categories: best online clothing shop, best new clothing brand, best sample T-shirt and best T-shirt design . We’ll start with the first category – best T-shirt design!

Best online clothing shop in 2010

There are three main aspects we considered whed deciding which online shops are the best in our opinion: offering, navigation easiness and overall impression. Of course there are many more great online clothing shops out there, however we made the following decision.

Best online clothing shops in 2010 - GOLD MEDAL - Design By Hümans

Best online clothing shops in 2010 - GOLD MEDAL - Design By Hümans

Best online clothing shops in 2010 - SILVER MEDAL - Springleap

Best online clothing shops in 2010 - SILVER MEDAL - Springleap

Best online clothing shops in 2010 - BRONZE MEDAL - Nokturnal Clothing

Best online clothing shops in 2010 - BRONZE MEDAL - Nokturnal Clothing

Best new clothing brand in 2010

There were many clothing brands conceived in 2010 and some of them are already dead. We really love new lines popping out and we wouldn’t want any of our medalist to vanish any time soon. Main aspects we considered in this category were: brand concept, designer signature and offering.

Best new clothing brand in 2010 - GOLD MEDAL - Winky Boo

Best new clothing brand in 2010 - GOLD MEDAL - Winky Boo

Best new clothing brand in 2010 - SILVER MEDAL - More More More

Best new clothing brand in 2010 - SILVER MEDAL - More More More

Best new clothing brand in 2010 - BRONZE MEDAL - Vicious History

Best new clothing brand in 2010 - BRONZE MEDAL - Vicious History

Best sample T-shirt in 2010

Our favourite and yet the most complicated category! It was very difficult to decide which samples get our medals, since we really l-o-v-e all sample T-shirts sent for a review. Therefore we considered these aspects: design concept, print quality and shirt quality.

Best sample T-shirt in 2010 - GOLD MEDAL - In Wonder by Arteefact

Best sample T-shirt in 2010 - GOLD MEDAL - In Wonder by Arteefact

Best sample T-shirt in 2010 - SILVER MEDAL - Rock Chic by Unleash Studio

Best sample T-shirt in 2010 - SILVER MEDAL - Rock Chic by Unleash Studio

Best sample T-shirt in 2010 - BRONZE MEDAL - Mono by Summerjunk

Best sample T-shirt in 2010 - BRONZE MEDAL - Mono by Summerjunk

Best T-shirt design in 2010

And finally – the best T-shirt designs in 2010 by Teezine! In this category we concentrated on three main aspects:  design concept,  creativity aspect and final execution. These three T-shirt designs  got highest rankings by us.

Best T-shirt design in 2010 - GOLD MEDAL - Zombama Revisited by BeastPop

Best T-shirt design in 2010 - GOLD MEDAL - Zombama Revisited by BeastPop

Best T-shirt design in 2010 - SILVER MEDAL - Deer by Peasoup Clothing

Best T-shirt design in 2010 - SILVER MEDAL - Deer by Peasoup Clothing

Best T-shirt design in 2010 - BRONZE MEDAL - Away With The Birds by Lady Umbrella

Best T-shirt design in 2010 - BRONZE MEDAL - Away With The Birds by Lady Umbrella

Hope you love all shirts and brands featured here as much as we do. Make sure to check ’em out all by clicking on above pictures. We’d like to thank all of you Teezine readers, people who we made contacts with and all others who took an interest in our lil’ blog for making 2010 our best year so far! Best wishes to all of you!

And now, let’s hear the national anthems! 10 – 9 – 8 – 7 – 6 – 5…

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Well it’s Christmas time and we here at Teezine thought we should gift you – our readers – with something really unique. You know, in that ole’ true Christmas spirit! Since we know you already checked our massive list of Xmas T-shirt sales and picked some tees there with nice discounts included we thought it wouldn’t be nice to break the tradition. Therefore we decided to put this set of special discount coupon codes underneath your Christmas tree! Quite a present, dontcha think?

How does these codes work?

Teezine codesIn case you don’t know how does these promotional codes work – it’s  simple as wiping your chin after looking at Kim Kardashian latest hot video! You just go visit online shops listed below and browse through their wonderful offers. When you find something you want – and you will, believe us – you just add it to your shopping cart and go to checkout section. While there you just write adequate code in the adequate field and that’s it – your order will be minimized for mentioned percentage.

Arteefact – get 10% off

If you’ve been reading Teezine lately you already noticed this great  Greek clothing line called Arteefact from our review of their sample shirt. Nice folks at Arteefact prepare each T-shirt for the one who ordered it by cutting vinyl and transferring it onto garment. They have recently added hoodies and longsleeves to their offer. Use code teezine to get 10% off any order until 10th of January 2011. Hurry up!

POV - Expansion Limited T-shirt by Arteefact; €25.00

POV - Expansion Limited T-shirt by Arteefact; €25.00

OMUNKY – get 10% off

OMUNKY will one day rule the world. But until then, it will just have to settle for making amazing clothing. OMUNKY is the type of shirt you wear when you want to break the ice. If you are looking for creative eco-friendly apparel that is guaranteed to start the conversation, you have to check out OMUNKY’s selection! And while picking tees for yourself don’t forget to write the code TEEZINE to get 10% off your order.

Owl T-shirt by OMUNKY; $22.00

Owl T-shirt by OMUNKY; $22.00

Winky Boo – get 10% off

Winky Boo is this next-big-thing clothing label which we recently fatured via interview with the owner Amy Fiedler. Not only we’re preparing a great rocking surprise for all of you guys in collaboration with Winky Boo and the bands they endorse, but you can also save 10% when buying their great-looking kick-ass stuff using the code BLOGWINKY at the checkout.

Hats T-shirt by Winky Boo; $10.00

Hats T-shirt by Winky Boo; $10.00

Blush Clothing – get 15% off

Blush is a casual fashion brand that is predominately female based with a selection of male designs as well. The company is owned by Kyle Even and David Schmitt from the well known alternative rock band Breathe Carolina,  as well as Josh White of Umbrella Clothing. Blush was recently featured in Alternative Press magazine for the brand in the 2011 clothing brands to watch. Code is blushisacult and is valid through 15th of January 2011. Be quick or blush!

Audrey T-shirt by Blush; $20.00

Audrey T-shirt by Blush; $20.00

Aaitski! – get 20% off

Coming from Belgium, Aaitski! (means:  feelin’ alright-ski!) is well-known indie clothing brand which crates coolafield clothing for you, your girl / boy friend and your babiez and little brothaz and sistahz. Tees, longsleeves, hoodies and more. Their designs are way too cute, as well as their promo coupon code for all of you Teezine readers – it’s TEEZINSKI and it get’s you 20% off every order.

Pan Tigra T-shirt by Aaitski!; €22.00

Pan Tigra T-shirt by Aaitski!; €22.00

Gimongus Clothing – get 20% off

Gimongus Clothing launched only this year and already managed to produce some killer-looking items, such as tees, tank tops, sweatshirts and hoodies. Great for all rockers, rollers, skaters and other fun-loving individuals. You might know Gimongus from our article on how to grow your T-shirt business by sponsoring music talents. The code for 20% off every order is HOHOHO – how appropriate!

Pizza T-shirt by Gimongous; $20.00

Pizza T-shirt by Gimongous; $20.00

Meanie Wear – get 2 shirts for the price of one!

Meanie Wear is newly established clothing line based around the wonderful and a bit weird world of this crazy little character Meanie. Well, Meanie likes to surf, play with his bad-ass band, ride his bike and do almost anything you do – it’s just he does it Meanie-style. While you’re waiting for our 2 in 1 Meanie Wear sample shirts review you must check their great offer – 2 tees for the price of one! No code needed, just place your order.

Rasta Meanie T-shirt by Meanie Wear; $15.99

Rasta Meanie T-shirt by Meanie Wear; $15.99

Now, go empty your socks for that little extra cash you saved for the dark  days and place your orders – it would be unfair not to use  these great promo codes, right?  Note that the prices below each shirt are minimized for mentioned percentage when using adequate coupon codes.

Happy shopping everybody and a very Merry Christmas!

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Don’t dress like everybody else – find cool and unique T-shirts for yourself

Finding cool unique T-shirts out there might turn into a real Don Quijote quest for you – sometimes you just feel as if you were fighting windmills! Everybody thinks they offer unique stuff and everybody thinks they wear unique stuff. You might think that by entering some fancy store in nearest shopping mall makes you cool and unique, but it’s just not so because of two main reasons:

  • you don’t want to pay too much for something that is not worth it;
  • you don’t want to wear what everybody else is wearing.

Therefore it’s highly recommendable that you go indie. Following is the list of five independent T-shirt labels picked by us which might help you with your decision to stand out from the rest by chosing your new unique and quality T-shirt!

Confound Clothing – quality over quantity

Confound Clothing is a newly-established clothing company from UK. They feature hand-drawn, digitally colored designs which will surely get you noticed without screaming all over with flourescent colors. Quality T-shirts plus unique designs with nice prices is a triple win situation.

Confound Clothing T-shirt designs

Confound Clothing T-shirt designs

  • Mission – creating designs inspired by anything really: from art, trough music, to the picture of your mamma (not really);
  • Designs – sharks and wolves images can be found almost everywhere. However, guys at Confound strive to make their images different, putting their own designer signature to them by a bit bold  inking and yet delicate coloring;
  • Offer – there are currently three designs to choose from, which is not much, but is certainly enough for a promising start. Designs are  printed onto Froot Of The Loom 100% cotton 165gm T-shirts;
  • Pricing – shirts are priced £14.00 each, but if you choose all three you can get the bundle for only £30.00. Shipping is free in UK, £5.00 in Europe and £7.50 for the rest of the world.

More More More – less is more

More More More is an indie clothing label from Sweden which goes after less is more principle with their designs. Less colors, less details, less aggression, but more fun, more relaxation and more recognition. Sophisticated and direct at the same time, More More More items feel extremely light and classy.

Drippin' and Bandit T-shirts from Bandit collection by More More More

Drippin' and Bandit T-shirts from Bandit collection by More More More

  • Mission – to get people to feel extra pretty and that they can do it with a broad smile (quoted);
  • Designs – based on simple shapes and hand-drawn typography, in nice contrasts to primary colors of garments. As we already stated – less less less is more more more;
  • Offer – More More More has a very nice variety of products – from regular T-shirts and hoodies in both men and women styles, to accessories such as beanies, caps, tanks and tote bags;
  • Pricing – with €23.00 for a tee and €50.00 for a zip-up hoodie (plus €15.00 for a beanie and €10.00 for a bag) prices are reasonable and there are many items on sale (from as low as €13.00).

Peasop Clothing – white + colors = fun

Peasoup Clothing is new T-shirt label from UK which was born out of the desire to wear something different. Peasoup produces fresh and interesting limited edition tees with colorful designs, printed on Gildan fitted T-shirts that are built to last.

Deer and Birds T-shirts by Peasoup Clothing

Deer and Birds T-shirts by Peasoup Clothing

  • Mission – to help you look better (quoted);
  • Designs – big and carefully colored. They’re eye-catching, easy to recognize and have a common designer signature. Standing out from the rest and a bit of obscurity is Peasoup’s trademark;
  • Offer – there are four designs that come in both men and women styled tees. Peasoup isn’t one of those companies which will flood you with their new designs – they rather focus on quality over quantity (uniqueness included);
  • Pricing – prices are rather appropriate; all tees are £15.00, with shipping prices ranging from £1.50 to £3.50 (worldwide delivery).

Pyknic – clothes good enough to eat

Pyknic started back in 2006 with two friends (The Chef and The Butcher) designing their tees based on culinary recipes (well, not really), which continues to this day. Finding inspiration in Hanna-Barbera-style cartoons and comic illustrations Pyknic designs are both funny and great looking, without uneccessary exaggeration.

Culinary Cadets collection by Pyknic

Culinary Cadets collection by Pyknic

  • Mission – creating clothes that are good enough to eat;
  • Designs – bold, colorful and comic-styled, Pyknic designs are dominating the shirts, without being aggressive at the same time. Based around culinary topics Pyknic tees are funny and eye-catching;
  • Offer – very varied line with T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, jackets and even shorts and pants, all spiced up with accessories such as toys, bracelets and hats;
  • Pricing – prices are a bit more, but still very reasonable, with much nice sales. New T-shirt designs go for $24.99, crews for $35.00, hoodies for $40.00 and girls dinner denim for $20.00, for example.

Red Choo Choo – timeless and unique designs

Red Choo Choo is San Francisco based T-shirt line which collaborates with various artists on creating shirts which you will not wear only today, but for years to come. With various designers working on their line  and variety in shirt styles – Red Choo Choo offers something for everybody, whilst being environmentally-friendly.

Loin and Muted T-shirt designs by Red Choo Choo

Loin and Muted T-shirt designs by Red Choo Choo

  • Mission – to create timeless and unique designs (quoted);
  • Designs – sometimes direct, most times delicate Red Choo Choo designs are a bit artistic and even abstract. Careful choosing of colors, both for T-shirts and the designs;
  • Offer – nice variety of T-shirts in men, women and kids styles, with some items on sale and even a book in the offer. Designs are printed using water based inks on a super soft preshrunk 4.5 oz. 100% combed ring-spun cotton;
  • Pricing – prices are affordable, with tees going for $25.00 – $30.00 (kids T-shirts for $20.00). There are some items on nice sales.

Hope this list helps you with your decission on how to dress cool. Looking good goes hand in hand with picking indie clothing labels as your  shopping option, needless to say you’re supporting small-business and people like you this way.

Are you a proud owner of some item by affore-mentioned lines? Know about some other cool unique T-shirt line? Let us all know by leaving your comment here!

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