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Some call them tank tops, some call them vests – they’re still perfect clothes for summer! Well, it’s summer, so we decided to present to you Top 30 tank tops from some of the best independent clothing brands in our opinion. And while you’re checking out some of these vests – make sure you check out all else these lines have to offer. We’re sure you’ll find a piece or two for yourself, since many of these brands have summer sales at the moment. Enjoy!

The Knights of Arkaik tank top by Arkaik

The Knights of Arkaik tank top by Arkaik

$19.99; click here to buy

Cavata Productions Presents... tank top by Cavata

Cavata Productions Presents... tank top by Cavata

$25.00; click here to buy

Put Em Up tank top by Choke On Color

Put Em Up tank top by Choke On Color

$15.99; click here to buy

Give 'Em Hell tank top by CX.City

Give 'Em Hell tank top by CX.City

$23.95; click here to buy

Punk Harris tank top by Death, Shred!

Punk Harris tank top by Death, Shred!

€25.00; click here to buy

Pure Evil tank top by DeKay

Pure Evil tank top by DeKay

$24.00; click here to buy

Modern Medieval tank top by Dream Gold

Modern Medieval tank top by Dream Gold

$18.95; click here to buy

Crypt Black tank top by Electric Zombie

Crypt Black tank top by Electric Zombie

$10.00; click here to buy

Bunny tank top by Fashion Ink Apparel

Bunny tank top by Fashion Ink Apparel

$12.00; click here to buy

Burdz tank top by I Came From Nothing

Burdz tank top by I Came From Nothing

  £15.00; click here to buy

Kitty Jar tank top by Johnny Cupcakes

Kitty Jar tank top by Johnny Cupcakes

$25.99; click here to buy

Logo tank top by Live To Love Apparel

Logo tank top by Live To Love Apparel

$20.00; click here to buy

Hate Couture tank top by Made In Hell

Hate Couture tank top by Made In Hell

 £20.00; click here to buy

Geronimo tank top by Make Believe

Geronimo tank top by Make Believe

$25.00; click here to buy

Star Crest tank top by Masked Clothing

Star Crest tank top by Masked Clothing

$23.99; click here to buy

Ares tank top by Myth Clothing

Ares tank top by Myth Clothing

 £9.99; click here to buy

Serpent tank top by Nomad Clothing

Serpent tank top by Nomad Clothing

$23.95; click here to buy

Badge tank top by Prestigious

Badge tank top by Prestigious

$21.00; click here to buy

Skate tank top by Proper Gnar

Skate tank top by Proper Gnar

$15.99; click here to buy

Highest Quality tank top by Regan Smith Clarke

Highest Quality tank top by Regan Smith Clarke

$14.99; click here to buy

Stick Em tank top by Ruckus Apparel

Stick Em tank top by Ruckus Apparel

$20.00; click here to buy

Wolfchops tank top by Screamforsilence

Wolfchops tank top by Screamforsilence

£9.99; click here to buy

Burning Lies tank top by Seventh.Ink

Burning Lies tank top by Seventh.Ink

$24.00; click here to buy

Fixie Club tank top by Suck! Clothing

Fixie Club tank top by Suck! Clothing

$22.00; click here to buy

Logo tank top by Time To Panic!

Logo tank top by Time To Panic!

£13.95; click here to buy

Wave tank top by Topo Ranch

Wave tank top by Topo Ranch

$39.00; click here to buy

Anchor tank top by Trust No One Clothing

Hometown Anchor tank top by Trust No One Clothing

£14.99; click here to buy

Athena's Dream tank top by Venus Fallen

Athena's Dream tank top by Venus Fallen

$13.00; click here to buy

Atropos tank top by Vicious History

Atropos tank top by Vicious History

 $13.00; click here to buy

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Starting a tee label is a 50/50% situation. 50% win, or 50% fail. You just gotta know where are you heading, you have to be persistent and a little extra luck couldn’t hurt. Most people make a few designs, print them onto shirts just to “taste the waters” and then quit after the first obstacle.

I guess guys behind Nokturnal Clothing (from Leeds, UK) went to this trip with clear heads – they seem to know whom they’re addressing with their designs, which sets a very good platform for the starters. Speaking of which – they’ve only started in January this year and already managed to create a very impressive line, especially if you’re into big colorful prints with obscure looking characters.

Most of the labels in this sub-genre of T-shirt designs are printing whatever they can onto garment, mainly because of guaranteed profits, not caring for their own signature. From what I can see – Nokturnal Clothing doesn’t go this way. Whilst not every design is made by the same designer, Nokturnal do have it’s own signature, and although the designs are undoubtedly aggressive – the colors they use are somewhat restrained, which is what I like.

As I’ve already stated – characters which are dominating their designs are a bit bizzare and obscure and the prints are massive, often consisting of five colors altogether. Since it’s begginings, Nokturnal concentrated on the varied offer; along the T-shirts you can also find vests and those provocatively lady pants in their online shop.

Prices range depending on a product, with the tees going from 10-15 British Pounds and the vests for 15£. Some designs are available in other color combinations, guess you’ll have to councel with the guys from Nokturnal about that.

I’d like to add that Nokturnal uses sponsoring as one of their marketing strategies, which will be discussed in one of my future posts. Also, I hear their new line is coming soon and these fine Leeds lads offered an exclusive preview for all of you Teezine readers, so keep your eyes open!

Agree? Disagree? Please feel free to leave a comment!

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