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Clothing line - Thoughts?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Suspicious, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. Suspicious

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    Just launched my clothing. I wanted to get some opinions from some aficionados. Let me know what you think. Good or bad. Thanks. www.suspiciousclothing.com
     
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    So, you think it sucks? Anybidy else check it out? Advice?
     
  5. ghostdog123

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    I hope you're already in debt.

    Also, you claim your "designs are inspired by the capitalist motives of the military, police, government, etc."

    Under your team link, it says Audity's "music cannot be taken as a literal interpretation of what he is saying, listeners must find the hidden messages."

    Care to explain what capitalist motives you identify in everyday law enforcement and the military? Or do you cloud your totally insubstantial clothes with totally insubstantial thought, the way it seems Audity hides his lack of goal/direction and inspiration by asking "the listener" the find one. Fuck off.
     
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    Not good, you'll have better luck selling this stuff on hypebeast.
     
  7. MikeDT

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    So it's a collection of ordinary looking t-shirts and baseball caps with 'Suspicious Clothing' logos printed on them? 'Est. 1792' isn't that a bit inaccurate?

    Surely I could do the same thing myself with an inkjet printer and the appropriate transfer paper.

    I presume your e-commerce provider is doing them to order, aka CafePress style.
     
  8. MIKE_JE

    MIKE_JE Senior member

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    You're in the wrong forum.
     
  9. evilgeniusdan

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    I dunno. I'm very suspicious of this..
     
  10. emilo

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    Wow, I mean wow. This is bad. I mean, seriously: "Step up your style"? It's a plain fucking poorly shaped t-shirt with a pure ugly print. God..
     
  11. Suspicious

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    I hope you're already in debt.

    Also, you claim your "designs are inspired by the capitalist motives of the military, police, government, etc."

    Under your team link, it says Audity's "music cannot be taken as a literal interpretation of what he is saying, listeners must find the hidden messages."

    Care to explain what capitalist motives you identify in everyday law enforcement and the military? Or do you cloud your totally insubstantial clothes with totally insubstantial thought, the way it seems Audity hides his lack of goal/direction and inspiration by asking "the listener" the find one. Fuck off.


    I'm not trying to offend anyone with the military/police/govt. thing. I just thought it was an intereseting theme for a line of tees.

    Audity is a little rough around the edges, but he has talent. I couldn't afford to sponsor Jay-z.

    Maybybe my stuff ain't for the streetwear crowd, thats why I posted it here. Thanks for checking it out though.
     
  12. brad-t

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    It's not that your stuff doesn't suit the people here. It's that you're another lazy asshole printing ugly shit on tshirts and saying you have a "clothing line."
     
  13. osadolor619

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    I don't like it either but DAYUM you guys are rooooooough.. [​IMG]
     
  14. osadolor619

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    Just launched my clothing. I wanted to get some opinions from some aficionados. Let me know what you think. Good or bad. Thanks. www.suspiciousclothing.com

    Isn't what you're doing capitalistic?
     
  15. dmash

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    Your shit is whack. I'd start practicing the phrase 'you want fries with that?'
     
  16. long_knives

    long_knives Senior member

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    Honestly, any feedback you receive from this forum would be completely useless to you. It's a simple case of knowing your market and the crowd at SF sure as hell ain't it. you can ignore the crass comments and just move on and forget you ever saw this place.
     
  17. Dbear

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    Dude, I kind of dig it...

    no not really
     
  18. dmash

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    Description on one of the shirts featuring a helicopter on it:


    'The most common use of military helicopters is transport of troops, but this chopper is better suited for combat seach and rescue or anti-submarine warefare.'

    What the fuck is warefare? [​IMG]
     
  19. GraphicNovelty

    GraphicNovelty Senior member

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    go to hypebeast. people will like it there. or at least, give you better perspective on your prospective market.

    by here "streetwear" means "antwerp six fanboys." It's more selectism than high snobiety, to give you perspective.

    Also, we make a sport of shitting on people who advertise here without getting permission from the admins.

    Anyway, your designs suck, fuck you, and fuck off.
     
  20. osadolor619

    osadolor619 Senior member

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    go to hypebeast. people will like it there. or at least, give you better perspective on your prospective market.

    by here "streetwear" means "antwerp six fanboys." It's more selectism than high snobiety, to give you perspective.

    Also, we make a sport of shitting on people who advertise here without getting permission from the admins.

    Anyway, your designs suck, fuck you, and fuck off.


    Haha, damn.
     

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