I think some of the photos look cheesy to be honest. The one with the bunny ears is a poor attempt at being funny. Also I think the females used for models could have been better (not bashing just trying to be honest). The quality of the pics aren't bad but I don't care much for the actual presentation of them.
The photos used were not purely for
"just seeing the brand"
I used candid pictures of people having fun in the clothes, posing and just
being natural. I don't like looking at photos of people being serious all the
time. That gets boring. So I used the photos I enjoyed and thought represented
the personality of the people wearing them.
No poses were instructed. Everything was created in the moment
As far as models. I'm not one of those people who will really solely on using
only sexy people.
If I don't like a brand it doesn't matter how cute the girl is. Natural look is
better in my honest opinion
but I appreciate the feedback
having band-aids for the elbow patches on the letterman is kinda cool, but really childish at the same time.
also, what's up with all the unprofessional subdomains? You've got an actual domain, don't use a .wordpress.com blog. Use subdomains or some shit, so it's blog.brokenbankclothing.com. And, about Wordpress, I'd use Tumblr instead, for the sheer exposure it offers. But, that's me, not you, so whatever.
Sometimes the market needs something childish and fun and creative. It hasn't been done, so why not...
I thought it flowed with the logo and was a nice winter touch to the jacket.
I use tumblr as well but it's not the really "blog" viewing material.
Still working on my sudomains though.