that is just not true. i personally, and know a lot of other people do this as well, keep their packaging and hang tags. i keep my hang tags. i pay alot of attention to detail, and those little details in the hang tag are what make the product shine for me. if it's done correctly, people won't through it away, and it will just sit in your room/desk. when people come over, they'll see it and it will serve almost like a mini billboard for the brand.Keep thinking like this and see where you get lmao
What do you do with the tags from the shit you buy? Let's be fucking realistic here...
another example of a well done hang tag:
joey had a good idea of the hang tag, just wasn't designed well. small details like that go a very long way. if it's hung up in a shop, it will catch someones eye. and if it's just sent in the mail it will make the consumer feel like they put more work into their products then just designing a t-shirt.