Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

September 26, 2012 @ 18:32:10 PM
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GOLD LINE FASHION

Follow our Twitter page and like our Facebook page for progress updates
https://twitter.com/goldlinefashion
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INFO

PRICING:

UK: £20 + £3 shipping
Europe: (At £1/€1,25) €25 + €5 shipping (Sweden 212Kr + 42Kr shipping)
USA: (At £1/$1.6) $32 + $8 shipping
Canada: (same as USA)

COLOURS & OPTIONS:
White tee - with black/black zips or white/gold zips
Grey tee - with black/black zips or black/gold zips
Black tee - with black/black zips or black/gold zips

TEE BRAND:
American Apparel

The tees will be available early next week! I'll try to get them up on Monday but it could take a couple extra days so no promises
September 26, 2012 @ 18:47:09 PM
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September 26, 2012 @ 18:53:56 PM
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@yeezus links are broken G
September 26, 2012 @ 19:26:19 PM
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@yeezus links are broken G
Yeah I know, not sure why though. If you go on our Facebook or Twitter you'll see pics there
September 26, 2012 @ 20:22:10 PM
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im currently in process of finally going into production for a brand ive been working on for 4 years.. I have all designs done for the tees but I need some advice/tips on where to get blank tees with no tags AT ALL. I went to a screen printing business and they told me I had to use the hanes ones with tags and all this BS.. anyone know of where or how I can get my tees done on blank shirts so I can put my own tags and such.. thanks in advance

IG: @mobbyluii

September 26, 2012 @ 20:44:26 PM
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im currently in process of finally going into production for a brand ive been working on for 4 years.. I have all designs done for the tees but I need some advice/tips on where to get blank tees with no tags AT ALL. I went to a screen printing business and they told me I had to use the hanes ones with tags and all this BS.. anyone know of where or how I can get my tees done on blank shirts so I can put my own tags and such.. thanks in advance


not likely to find tag less shirts. try to find tearaway tags (far more prevalent).

usually, you'll just have to pay an extra nominal fee to have the printer (or who the printer outsources to), remove the tags and sew your own branding in its place.

option c:

learn the necessary stitch. (opt for sewing machine).
remove tags your self.
add your own tags post print.

www.stillwild.co / online store that celebrates nature!

September 26, 2012 @ 20:57:37 PM
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im currently in process of finally going into production for a brand ive been working on for 4 years.. I have all designs done for the tees but I need some advice/tips on where to get blank tees with no tags AT ALL. I went to a screen printing business and they told me I had to use the hanes ones with tags and all this BS.. anyone know of where or how I can get my tees done on blank shirts so I can put my own tags and such.. thanks in advance


not likely to find tag less shirts. try to find tearaway tags (far more prevalent).

usually, you'll just have to pay an extra nominal fee to have the printer (or who the printer outsources to), remove the tags and sew your own branding in its place.

option c:

learn the necessary stitch. (opt for sewing machine).
remove tags your self.
add your own tags post print.

very true, ill look into that. Thanks

if anyone has more ideas, please post as well thanks

IG: @mobbyluii

September 26, 2012 @ 21:20:51 PM
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im currently in process of finally going into production for a brand ive been working on for 4 years.. I have all designs done for the tees but I need some advice/tips on where to get blank tees with no tags AT ALL. I went to a screen printing business and they told me I had to use the hanes ones with tags and all this BS.. anyone know of where or how I can get my tees done on blank shirts so I can put my own tags and such.. thanks in advance


not likely to find tag less shirts. try to find tearaway tags (far more prevalent).

usually, you'll just have to pay an extra nominal fee to have the printer (or who the printer outsources to), remove the tags and sew your own branding in its place.

option c:

learn the necessary stitch. (opt for sewing machine).
remove tags your self.
add your own tags post print.

very true, ill look into that. Thanks

if anyone has more ideas, please post as well thanks
im currently in process of finally going into production for a brand ive been working on for 4 years.. I have all designs done for the tees but I need some advice/tips on where to get blank tees with no tags AT ALL. I went to a screen printing business and they told me I had to use the hanes ones with tags and all this BS.. anyone know of where or how I can get my tees done on blank shirts so I can put my own tags and such.. thanks in advance


alstyle has tear away tags
next level apparel has tear away tags (tsfsportswer.com)

al dente company // aldenteco.com

September 26, 2012 @ 21:27:25 PM
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Originally posted by Inactive User
not likely to find tag less shirts. try to find tearaway tags (far more prevalent).

usually, you'll just have to pay an extra nominal fee to have the printer (or who the printer outsources to), remove the tags and sew your own branding in its place.

option c:

learn the necessary stitch. (opt for sewing machine).
remove tags your self.
add your own tags post print.

very true, ill look into that. Thanks

if anyone has more ideas, please post as well thanks
im currently in process of finally going into production for a brand ive been working on for 4 years.. I have all designs done for the tees but I need some advice/tips on where to get blank tees with no tags AT ALL. I went to a screen printing business and they told me I had to use the hanes ones with tags and all this BS.. anyone know of where or how I can get my tees done on blank shirts so I can put my own tags and such.. thanks in advance


alstyle has tear away tags
next level apparel has tear away tags (tsfsportswer.com)

thank you as well
regarding tees, what is the best quality 100% cotton blanks to go with? I was going with hanes beefy tees but wasnt too sure

IG: @mobbyluii

September 26, 2012 @ 21:45:39 PM
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Prototype, thankful for any thoughts on this one.
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September 26, 2012 @ 22:23:14 PM
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So I've emailed like 4 different T-shirt stores online trying to find a way to purchase Alstyle 1301 and each one have said they dont ship to the United Kingdom which sucksssss smh ! Are there any equivalent tees (not hanes or gildan) ?
September 26, 2012 @ 23:19:25 PM
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American Apparel Jersey Tee's are nice. You could always use a wholesaler in the UK until you get your business going.
September 26, 2012 @ 23:29:39 PM
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Part of our fall collection dropping around christmas

@scratchclothing this look nice.
I want to see how it turns out as well. This is the direction I'm looking at with my Broken Bank Univerity project.

Hit me up if you can please got some question for you.

Broken Bank Clothing *** www.BrokenBankClothing.com *** @brokenbankclo

September 26, 2012 @ 23:49:05 PM
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Here's some more of my designs the first is based off the old retro Atlanta Hawks logo


And this one is based off a more current logo


Any feedback is good, these are the two that I'm rolling with as far as tee/sweatshirt designs.

"I keep myself so lifted I'm accustom to new heights."

September 27, 2012 @ 00:35:46 AM
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Hello Hypebeast fam.

Dropping my clothing line in October, Would love to hear about
September 27, 2012 @ 01:03:40 AM
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im currently in process of finally going into production for a brand ive been working on for 4 years.. I have all designs done for the tees but I need some advice/tips on where to get blank tees with no tags AT ALL. I went to a screen printing business and they told me I had to use the hanes ones with tags and all this BS.. anyone know of where or how I can get my tees done on blank shirts so I can put my own tags and such.. thanks in advance


You can't buy blank tees with no tags. It's not legal and won't pass the docks if it doesn't have the tags on them. AAA has the shirts that you just rip off the tag and screen print yours in it's place like most companies do. Although, you do sometimes have to pick at some so the old tags aren't exposed. Especially tank tops.

Also, when ordering from them, try to get the same factory, which as a small company you may be screwed but you can order a 1301 in black and a 1301 in white and they won't match or fit the same because different factories made them. It's all growing pains, good luck.
September 27, 2012 @ 01:06:23 AM
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So I've emailed like 4 different T-shirt stores online trying to find a way to purchase Alstyle 1301 and each one have said they dont ship to the United Kingdom which sucksssss smh ! Are there any equivalent tees (not hanes or gildan) ?


There's nothing wrong with taking time to setup your distribution chain.
It will be your best friend.

www.stillwild.co / online store that celebrates nature!

September 27, 2012 @ 01:40:07 AM
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@jstorm reminds me of thundercats
September 27, 2012 @ 03:07:45 AM
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Originally posted by Inactive User
Prototype, thankful for any thoughts on this one.
Fosca | Facebook

Really nice man! I dig your style. Was this made using the Lumi printing as well or some other method?
Also, can I ask, where do you source your AA tees from? Do you have a wholesale account or something else?

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September 27, 2012 @ 05:01:47 AM
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Thought i'd share my inspirations. I want to be more active in this thread blushing

September 27, 2012 @ 05:27:50 AM
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Thought i'd share my inspirations. I want to be more active in this thread blushing



When I first saw this video it gave me so much inspiration. Jeff Staple is a legend in the apparel and design industry. If you ever have the chance to hear him speak, listen and absorb - his wisdom is priceless.

THE VISIONARY IS YOU - www.minsct.com

September 27, 2012 @ 05:28:16 AM
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Originally posted by Inactive User
Did you live trace this image? It looks unfinished. Which isnt bad. But the text should flow with the art. You have a "rustic" looking drawing and solid and crisp text. Either sharpen up the image or hand draw the text to fit the drawing.

Youre on the right path. Just work to get everything on the same style.
Definitely going to be hand drawing the text. Thanks for the feedback everyone!
September 27, 2012 @ 07:04:37 AM
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Yo have you guys peeped all the Huf contest entries? Straight fire man.
September 27, 2012 @ 09:03:05 AM
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I,m from the Netherlands and started a new Brand, Ordinary Hero.
So what do you think of my stuff?

Check the site http://www.ordinary-hero.com
find me on facebook : http://www.facebook.com/OrdinaryHero1981
September 27, 2012 @ 14:34:55 PM
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Originally posted by Inactive User
very true, ill look into that. Thanks

if anyone has more ideas, please post as well thanks
im currently in process of finally going into production for a brand ive been working on for 4 years.. I have all designs done for the tees but I need some advice/tips on where to get blank tees with no tags AT ALL. I went to a screen printing business and they told me I had to use the hanes ones with tags and all this BS.. anyone know of where or how I can get my tees done on blank shirts so I can put my own tags and such.. thanks in advance


alstyle has tear away tags
next level apparel has tear away tags (tsfsportswer.com)

thank you as well
regarding tees, what is the best quality 100% cotton blanks to go with? I was going with hanes beefy tees but wasnt too sure


alstyle is the way to go if you want a thick t.

al dente company // aldenteco.com

September 27, 2012 @ 15:28:52 PM
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Originally posted by Inactive User
Prototype, thankful for any thoughts on this one.
Fosca | Facebook

Really nice man! I dig your style. Was this made using the Lumi printing as well or some other method?
Also, can I ask, where do you source your AA tees from? Do you have a wholesale account or something else?


glad, you like it! this is a simple linocut. I have a wholesale account at AA

michelerler.com @MichelErler

September 27, 2012 @ 17:13:35 PM
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@stillwild Did you get my DM ??
September 27, 2012 @ 17:31:44 PM
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@stillwild Did you get my DM ??


No?

www.stillwild.co / online store that celebrates nature!

September 27, 2012 @ 17:53:40 PM
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Thought i'd share my inspirations. I want to be more active in this thread blushing



When I first saw this video it gave me so much inspiration. Jeff Staple is a legend in the apparel and design industry. If you ever have the chance to hear him speak, listen and absorb - his wisdom is priceless.


Jeff is a really cool dude. I had a nice convo with him at NYC fashion week. He's really down to earth and really insightful when it comes to the clothing biz. If your interested I talk all about it on my blog http://bluudreams.com/jeff-staple/
September 27, 2012 @ 19:31:37 PM
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@ordinaryhero very good
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