Have you ever noticed pretty much every company out there releases new t-shirts on Monday? Writing about all of these separately gets kind of old, so I figured I would lump these together into one category, which I will call “Fresh Tee Mondays”.
Today, we have offerings from Threadless, Uneetee, Local Celebrity, and Snorg Tees (not necessarily in that order). That sounds like a lot – time to get started.
The one, creatively titled “Pirates with Cannons”, is from Snorg Tees. It made me lol, and therefore makes the list. For this week, it’s only $13.95 on American Apparel.
So, what do you guys think? Do you like this format? Should I continue doing it? Let me know in the comments.
Today marks the beginning of Threadless’ annual holiday sale. You can pick up tons of Threadless shirts starting at the low price of $5. The standard discount seems to be from $18 to $15, which is nice given their new pricing structure. Still, I find myself yearning for the days when a sale meant newly released shirts for only $12.
I just featured the badasswolfshirt from Anti-Clothes, so here’s another bad ass wolf shirt, just with a slightly different style. It’s called Rad-Fang, and it is indeed very rad. This one is going into my shopping cart. It’ll run you $25 over at Threadless. Remember about Threadless coupons.
PS. What do you guys think of Threadless’ decision to split their line up into 3 sites? Love it? Hate it? Don’t care? Let me know in a comment.
I don’t really know who Zachary Quinto is, but I really like this shirt. Also, unfortunately I don’t know where to buy this shirt/what it’s actually called. If anyone knows, I would much appreciate finding out the answer.
I’m debating featuring more celebrities wearing shirts occasionally. This for two reasons. First off, celebrities wear pretty cool shirts sometimes. Secondly, celebrity posts can bring in a ton of traffic, which is good for everyone, as it gives me more opportunities to make the blog cooler.
I don’t know why this one caught my eye (I rhyme), as it’s seemingly just a random pattern of swipes, but it looks pretty damn cool. You can get it on other colors which also look equally cool, this one was just my favorite. It will run you $32 at HomeRoom Clothing.
The HomeRoom camp busts out another abstract piece for the faithful, cause all previous 8,999 versions are now sold out.
This shirt is a combed 100% cotton 6 ounce tee. The print is water based, with the HomeRoom logo printed in 3M reflective ink on the back.
Sometimes pink is truly the right color for a shirt – I believe this is one of those times. Grab it on American Apparel for the incredibly low price of $9.95 over at Anti-Clothes. I have no idea how they manage to sell their shirts this cheap and still make a profit, but I’m not going to complain.
From now until Thanksgiving Busted Tees is shipping everything for the awesome price of $0. This means that now is the time to order, especially if you only have one tee you’ve been looking at (paying $4 to ship one tee vs $6 to ship 4 always makes me cry). You can bring down the cost of shirts another 10% with a coupon.
I just got an email from Jerry about Lazy Oaf. I checked them out, and I must say that their design style is quite awesome. All their shirts are great, I just chose this one because it was the first to catch my eye.
As the site says, “not only do German Shepherds make the best guard dogs, but they also happen to look rather dashing in pink aviators.” It’s definitely a true statement. Grab this one for 25 pounds over at Lazy Oaf.
Lazy Oaf is famous for it’s bright pop graphic T-shirts, reversible sweats and accessories collections. The company is driven by illustration, graphics, drawing, and fuelled by tea, hamburgers and Brian Blessed’s knarley foot. The Oaf’s have often contributed to print projects, exhibitions and events.
This East London based creative label was started by Gemma Shiel back in 2001 with hand screen printed tee’s and a market stall in East London, skip to the present and lazy Oaf is available in over 150 stockists worldwide. 2004 saw the opening of the lazy oaf store in Soho which houses all of the collections and further Oaf oddities sourced from Japan and the US.