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post #31 of 46
Here are some tips:
  1. Hire models - there's one picture probably of you where your two-day old beard is taking over the shot. And no fat guys showing off your shirts, are you nuts?!
  2. Hire a photographer - the shots here are trying to be casual but they're embarrassing
  3. Hire a web designer - I wouldn't order anything from your site. it's not overly 90s, but it's not modern looking or trendy either
  4. Tone down the suspicious thing - unless you're trying to be funny, now it's just weird
GL!
post #32 of 46
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Originally Posted by Suspicious View Post
So yall think it sucks, at least I have the balls to start my own line.

Yeah very ballsy of you to print some ugly shit on some t-shirts, you're truly a revolutionary
post #33 of 46
The shot of the two guys at the cigarette machine looks like the opening of a gay porno, not that I've ever actually seen any. Put me down for a dozen sea island cotton pin-stripes, you have those, right?
post #34 of 46
First post nailed it.
post #35 of 46
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Originally Posted by Uncontrol View Post
Yeah very ballsy of you to print some ugly shit on some t-shirts, you're truly a revolutionary

maybe if he adds che guevaras face to them?
post #36 of 46
not feeling it, sorry
maybe if there were more girls on the website :x
post #37 of 46
Sorry, but this is really horrible. $24 bucks for those lame t-shirts? I don't think so.
post #38 of 46
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
maybe if he adds che guevaras face to them?



saw a dude wearing this once, lol'd
post #39 of 46
LOL so awesome, I hate when dumbasses wear that dudes face and dont even know the history. The funniest part is they are basically wearing a shirt that is the epitome of capitalism.
post #40 of 46
Sorry dude, your clothing line sucks. There originality, artistry, or creativity of any kind. You are literally bringing nothing new to the world. You would be better off hiring local starving artists to come up with original (NOT TACKY OR UGLY) designs that you can then screenprint onto t-shirts. Oh, and lower your prices by at least a third. No one should be paying more than $15 for a startup's t-shirts; especially ones as bland and ill-fitting as yours. If you can't peddle your wares and make a decent profit at that price you shouldn't be in this game. Also, get your damn name off of your product. (stupid) People on buy labels when they want to identify with the brand; there is no discernible reason so far as to why anyone would want to pay to advertise for you at this stage. P.S. Your brand obviously hasn't been around since 1792 or whatever year you said. That's just tacky.
post #41 of 46
I use to create +sell t-shirts back in college that were nicer than this. Screening was super cheap at a few bucks per shirt and we sold them for about $10. Always turned a sick profit.

This is ungodly.
post #42 of 46
Suspicious Clothing Team - Audity

"Audity is a twenty year old underground hip hop artist from Huntington Beach, Ca. Most of his music cannot be taken as a literal interpretation of what he is saying, listeners must find the hidden messages."
post #43 of 46
LOL
post #44 of 46
Thread Starter 
I am getting shit on in this forum, but I will take some of the advice for sure. The suspicious thing is supposed to be light and somewhat funny, but it isn't coming off that way.

Just to be clear, I never claimed my shit was dope. I know it needs a ton of work. I just wanted some feedback and I got it. I will be making some serious changes before I oficially launch. I appreciate you checking it out.
post #45 of 46
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Originally Posted by SirGrotius View Post
Here are some tips:

  1. Hire models - there's one picture probably of you where your two-day old beard is taking over the shot. And no fat guys showing off your shirts, are you nuts?!
  2. Hire a photographer - the shots here are trying to be casual but they're embarrassing
  3. Hire a web designer - I wouldn't order anything from your site. it's not overly 90s, but it's not modern looking or trendy either
  4. Tone down the suspicious thing - unless you're trying to be funny, now it's just weird

GL!

yohji used a fat guy
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