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is wrath arcane a good brand?

post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 
hello,
actually i just came across this brand on active endeavor. just looked at its jackets and they are pretty good. i wanted to buy 2 of those.

my query is that has anyone purchased something from them before, how is the fit, how is the quality. it would be really good if someone could paste the photo of the fit.

thanking you
luv
post #2 of 16
I have one of their jackets. Not bad looking. Quality is nothing special, about what you would expect for the price.
post #3 of 16
wrath is our house label at clothing brigade.

it is designed and created by my partner on the webstore.

in its very young age it has already achieved a lot, including winning gen art's
best new brand award.

if you have any other questions please email me, thanks!
post #4 of 16
im beyond impressed with my WA stuff, cant wait til the fall line gets here. ive already ordered a villain hoodie.
post #5 of 16
The jacket I bought, I would describe as cheap fabric, middling construction, very cool design, crazy low price. It still seems like a very good deal, given that I paid around $150 for a wool coat, and while it's not great quality, it's not given me any problems.
post #6 of 16
I kinda wanted that rain trench jacket type thing they had last spring. Don't know where to find it anymore though. A lot of their stuff is overly detailed and busy for me, but this jacket was a bit more simple.
post #7 of 16
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Originally Posted by justin hustle View Post
wrath is our house label at clothing brigade.

it is designed and created by my partner on the webstore.

in its very young age it has already achieved a lot, including winning gen art's
best new brand award.

if you have any other questions please email me, thanks!


why cant you buy them on your web site?
post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
I kinda wanted that rain trench jacket type thing they had last spring. Don't know where to find it anymore though. A lot of their stuff is overly detailed and busy for me, but this jacket was a bit more simple.

i have that jacket. it's pretty dope.
post #9 of 16
Where's the fall 2008 stuff to buy online? There's a coat I really want.
post #10 of 16
what do you guys think of the wreckover hoodie. it seems pretty nice and i'm thinkin about buying it. hows the fit on this brand? tts?
post #11 of 16
Just wanted to let you guys know that WRATH ARCANE will be relaunching for S12. I started a new direct to retail project called The Dredgers Union. Same domestic factory as the final seasons of WRATH ARCANE, but with a new price point similar to JCrew.

The new WRATH line will be called WA.BDU or WRATH ARCANE by Dredgers Union.

More info at www.dredgersunion.com
post #12 of 16
cool video
post #13 of 16
Oh no, is it going to be Americana now
post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post

Oh no, is it going to be Americana now

Noooo... WRATH ARCANE has always existed in it's own little world. Buyers came to us because we gave them a break from the vast majority of trend driven brands. The new WA.BDU line will push as hard as ever to evolve on it's own, regardless of what the trend market is doing. WA.BDU will be carried in a few select retailers across the US, but exclusively online at the Dredgers Union website.
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by DredgersUnion View Post

Just wanted to let you guys know that WRATH ARCANE will be relaunching for S12. I started a new direct to retail project called The Dredgers Union. Same domestic factory as the final seasons of WRATH ARCANE, but with a new price point similar to JCrew.
The new WRATH line will be called WA.BDU or WRATH ARCANE by Dredgers Union.
More info at www.dredgersunion.com

I don't get it. So Dredgers Union is a retail store? WA.BDU is the actual brand? eh.gif
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