- Sep 29, 2015
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Most hemp blends I see are around 55% hemp, 45% cotton. 100% hemp cloth is particularly... rustic.
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I was there not that long ago. Pretty interesting place. Very much a Streetwear & Denim sort of store but they had some cool stuff for sale. Wifey liked it.Need Supply is closing
The clothier, which has been a fixture of Carytown since the 1990s, is shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic.richmondbizsense.com
That's funny. I didn't look at those particular jeans, but I did a search for hemp on their website and like twenty things came up. Not all actually had hemp, and the ones that did were in the 20s and 30s.If you check out the actual products they mention, they are only 23% hemp and 77% cotton... it's a start, I guess.
I think hemp can range in stiffness and slubbiness from being like burlap to being very close to cotton. To me the closest comparison is linen.Like burlap.
Tremendous loss, particularly Totokaelo since I shop at one of the physical stores and got to know several members of the staff well over the last few years.
That's awful. How much of this was operational? Online retail is about the only thing working right now and NEED was mostly online. Was it the product mix and the lack of a strong house brand? Feel like the NEED brand was just starting to have a real voice in their mix.
Its gonna get rougher yet.This business is rough, man. And yet people, even here in a well informed group, always push to get more for less. More discount, free returns, price match...
can we acknowledge that the consumer’s culture is part of the problem as well, or are we just gone continue to say the customer is always right, follow him down the rabbit hole or cease to exist?