Many people enjoy feeling like they are a part of a team, and custom t-shirts can turn any small group into a team. When you give a group of people the same color and style of t-shirt, they can show the world that they are a team and enjoy the uniformity that the shirts will give them. Church groups, sports groups, school groups, family reunion groups, and more can all enjoy wearing custom shirt. You can find Express Press custom t-shirts online.
If you are trying to show off your group’s look, custom t-shirts is an easy way to do it. When you dress alike, you can easily keep up with your group in a crowd and others can enjoy looking at your custom made shirts wherever you go. Your group can enjoy having unique clothing with your team’s logo proudly screen printed or embroidered onto them. You can also enjoy picking out a unique picture from a company’s clip art if you do not want to upload your own image. Custom t-shirts are an excellent choice for anyone looking to unify their team.
A team of people can enjoy the feeling of camaraderie that comes with wearing custom t-shirts. They can feel like they belong to a group and enjoy being seen as a group by others whether they are wearing a t-shirt to promote a fundraiser or wearing a t-shirt to promote a school team or even a business.
Custom t-shirts are a great way to show off your style. You can have several different shirts made up for an affordable price in any color that you want. You can find amazing artwork that will help your custom shirts stand out. You can create a fashionable shirt that you can enjoy wearing for a long time to come.
Quality custom made t-shirts are made to last. You can enjoy choosing a look that is going to be right for your specific needs. You can order custom t-shirts in almost any size so that everyone in your group can have one that fits just right. If you want to add a finishing touch to your team’s appearance, customized t-shirts are the way to go.
Summer is still here, and that means there’s still time for fashion divas everywhere to don their sultriest summer looks. Whether you’re poolside, dancing with the girls or out on a dream date—all you need is creativity and resourcefulness to be the belle of the ball (or beach) this summer. Grab your best pair of scissors and get ready to DIY dive into the rest of your chic summer.
Tee With Lace Details
Edwin Jeans might seem like a new competitor on the jeans scene but quite the opposite – The Edwin Jeans brand has actually been trading since as far back as the 1940’s. In 1947, Edwin started out selling its goods outside the factories of Japan…a practice they continue still. But the brand has had a huge impact throughout the world, the Edwin Jeans brand were given a makeover in the 1990’s and are now churning out some great designs like the “Old Man of the Sea’ tee depicted above. Gotta love some merch that reminds you of Hemingway.
At the end of the day, I think Edwin Jeans represents a brand that hasn’t forgotten its roots and one that stands proud of its reputation for quality. I mean, their jeans are still made with a heavy 16 ounce demin – who does that these days? I wish I still had my 503’s from college…anyway, check out their site and see for yourself the variety of designs to be had.
And despite what haters may have to say, we only talk about killer jeans here. :P
A few days ago, I got a piece of merchandise – no, not of the contraband variety, unfortunately – to review. It was a tee made by the company Farofa Nation, who’s shtick is making “t-shirts with a conscience.” Evidently they’re all about giving back at Farofa: 10% of sales are contributed to TASK BRASIL, an organization devoted to helping “street kids” (read: disenfranchised youth) in Brasil. I totally support companies that donate to causes or whatever, but not if its product line blows.
Fortunately, the people at Farofa Nation know how to make a damn good tshirt. Not only is the “Join The Army: Tank” piece 100% cotton and form fitting, it also comes with a pretty nifty and topical cartoon for the graphic. And no, it’s not a shitty print job (see below).
To give the shirt a full and proper review, I took it upon myself to wear the tee for three days straight (minus time for showers and loveage), both with collared shirts and by its lonesome. It worked swimmingly in either case. As for color issues, the cool green wasn’t stained by beer and taco juice pills, and it also survived the laundry unscathed. All in all, it looks like Farofa Nation is doing a bang-up job, both in terms of tee design and global village-minded manufacturing. Check them out at FarofaNation.com
(this is me smelling the tshirt after the wash, or using it as a face blanket, or perhaps even as an H1N1 mask. You decide which sounds cooler and get back to me)
INFEASIBLE: Armani Exchange t-shirts
AX Fashion Superpower T-Shirt
(From Armani Exchange)
There’s this weird trend in fashion, starting from the late nineties till the present, that I like to call BATTLE OF THE BRANDING. For some reason, a bunch of brands decided, “Hey guys, fuck original designs for our t-shirts, let’s throw our name on there with some FuNkY lettering! Yay!” The people at AX have always been particularly keen on the idea, and also happen to be the flat out worst at integrating their logo into the design of t-shirts.
Feasible: Original Penguin t-shirts
Original Penguin Retro Logo
(Brought to you by Original Penguin)
Let me preface this Feasible option with a disclaimer: I don’t like logo integration at all really. OP just happens to be the best of the logo-crazy crap (like being the most handsome of the cavemen). You could walk by me in this and I wouldn’t scoff too loud.
INFEASIBLE: Red shirts with black designs
(From Vices Admire)
Black on red is just an eyesore. It’s especially bad when the designs are text – why would you ever want to make reading your company’s name a headache-inducing experience? Sheesh.
Feasible: Black shirts with red designs
(Brought to you by Threadless
This is one of my all time favorite shirts. A bit macabre, but the design is hot and look at how those blood-flowers stand out on the black background! I’m gushing.