Our long body tee Never underestimate a girl who loves cats and was born in october shirt. Has side seams, longer body and rounded lower tail. It is also suitable for street fashion trends, but it is also a basic, unique garments. We came up with this style a few years ago and the feedback is pretty great. It is found in both 100% combed and ring combed and manufactured cotton. We were really excited to add our heavyweight in our Quick Fashions collection. As the name implies, this tee weighs about 5.7 oz. It’s still made with 100% combed and round cotton, so it has the softness and print quality you expect from any product, just with a heavier feel. Details of the tee include drop shoulders and a more relaxed silhouette. And, in addition to our white, dark gray and black, this stylish T-shirt comes in a soft pink that matches the trend of the street.
We teamed up with YouTuber and designer Charley Pangus to have him create two designs that represent what Trends in streetwear Never underestimate a girl who loves cats and was born in october shirt. His key feedback is that streetwear art is rough and anything goes. His two designs combine photography and bold fonts. He processes the images in such a way that gives them a genuine, cruel vibe. You can learn more about the designs in our video with Charley below. In the video below, we also worked with our friends. Although they often prefer to combine water-based inks with their garments, as it retains light integrity on our soft tees, yet another trend occurs in the industry. fashion industry. The heavier weight tees are the perfect candidate to pair with plastisol ink. Plastisol ink gives a bit more depth and complements the thicker feel. It is also a great ink for use with photographic images, as it retains very good detail, especially when making split-line prints. Plastisol is also a far more user-friendly ink, as it does not dry out and it is a really cost-effective ink to choose for your garment, especially if you are printing a or two colors.