No. IMO they should go back to their roots. The denim is getting less and less interesting... Way too many repeats, not a lot new.
- They haven't developed a new denim cut... I'm sure there is demand for a tapered cut with a more normal fitting top block and thigh.
- They have developed new shirt patterns, but don't offer them. Shirting fabric has been pretty great the past year; sadly I cannot wear them with those high arching side scoops.
- They have interesting sneakers and they seem to be well priced/decently made, but no half sizes... Its a nice last.
- T-shirts & Sweatshirts seem to get good response, expand the category (been doing this a little with t shirts lately).
This is just MY opinion on where the brand has gone. I do not fault them for dipping into every facet of the market, you need to try as a small business. But its missing some key fits.
Coupled with the fact that retail is suffering, the US dollar goes a lot further overseas then it used to & designer goods are on sale everyday, with no wait period. Granted sizing can be limited.
Makes this business model and offerings that much more challenging to succeed.