Review of Dirty Velvet Sweater and Tee


In 2006, a design group was looking to produce a line of exceptional quality men’s clothing that used original graphics that would use “thought provoking imagery” in order to offer a creative alternative to the mainstream designs. That is how the brand “Dirty Velvet” evolved. Not only have the designers at Dirty Velvet made a product that is creative, but they have also developed a brand that is eco-friendly with fabrics that are made out of 100% organic cotton, which is grown without the use of pesticides or any other chemical growing substances.

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One of my favorite Dirty Velvet t-shirts is the one advertising an fabricated Ultra Liver for those that have worn out their livers from partying hardy. The plain white t-shirt is the perfect background for the comical graphic of a cartoon surgeon offering up your new organ, which comes with free installation and a lifetime guarantee.


It’s a solid print that won’t disappear with multiple washes, which makes it well worth the the price of 25.95 Euros. I can think of a few wine-attendant friends who would get a kick out of it as a gift!

top hat dark charcoalAnother great, irreverent top from Dirty Velvet is the Top Hat Dark Charcoal Sweatshirt. It is a comfortable cotton long sleeve that comes in a trendy charcoal grey color with a ribbed crew neck, cuffs, and waist. The graphic design on this shirt is all about the Dirty Velvet brotherhood that is a clothing line for rebel gentlemen, symbolized by the English top hat. The theme of this particular men’s sweatshirt will definitely spark some interest in this “cheeky” brand. The Top Hat sweater is a little more expensive at 46.95 Euros, but you are also getting more shirt for the money.


If you are curious about what Dirty Velvet has to offer for your wardrobe, check out Dirty Velvet’s store and see the witty and innovative t-shirts and pull-overs to add a little humor (and salt!) to your casual-wear!

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What’s Wrong With This Picture? (4/6/08)

This Week’s Fuck-Up: Casey Alderige
Way to be, eh. Nice beaten and threading jeans, a sickly-yellow colored t-shirt sporting a brilliant, timeless adage (“Hog’s breath is better than no breath at all”) in a compressed font and did he just happen to walk through a sprinkler or something to that effect? And I guess he’s happy about all that?

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