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June 8, 2013 @ 06:12 AM
Trials & Triumph

Post: 234

Join Date: Apr 2013

My brand is called Trials & Triumph and we have this shirt that we drew a while back while we were in college. The story of the shirt is she's pretty and has huge boobs on the front and on the back she's crusty as hell and she shaved all of her hair off. This shirt comes out June 10th at 7PM PST in our webstore. Only 12 were made.


I would've copped one of these for the hell of it, but fuck paying $42 for it.
Well thats you're opinion thats cool. I know for damn sure I'm not selling my shit for $15 bucks anymore, fuc dat. But if you dont have $42 bucks for a limited quantity t-shirt then you just wont have it. And thats fine by me, thats not bout to mess up my day.
It's all cool bruh, and feel free to charge whatever you want on your shit. After all, it is your's. I'm just suggesting that, as a consumer, for $42 I wouldn't buy a t-shirt, regardless of brand or design(unless resale was insanely high and I could make at least $30 on it or something similar).
ok bruh i see we're getting into a little argument here lol..well look at it like this. We put alot of passion into this, and when I say drawing shit with a ruler and a sharpie is how we come up with our "shit" I promise you I'm not exaggerating nor am I braggin about it. But you're paying for the quality of the tee which is pretty good imo, and you're paying for experience we had to go through to provide you with the piece, also the fact that we ummm drew the shit which is totally a lost art form in the crazy crazy streetwear game. That being said if you dont wanna buy it that is totally fine by me
What kind of tee is it? Is it cut and sew? What makes it so valuable? Oh you drew the design? Oh splendid, so that makes the shirt worth a lot more? So you put your all into that simple design? Dammmmmn. You act like you're the only person in the game drawing their own shit.
I wouldn't drop $42 on a shirt like that not even 30. Lets be real here.
well I feel like we're getting crucified here for just the price of the tee alone, if you dont want to buy it, its ok you dont have to. Alot of other brands hire other designers to do their shit. There are people that draw shit for some of the top independent brands out there today. Some of your favorites most likely, WE draw all of our own shit and we have more to come not just this one design, people like the shirt but they dont like the price. We get it, but we're moving forward with our brand and thats really all I can say. We're really passionate about this and even if its a minimalistic tee its better than alot of stuff thats out here today. Look its quality over quantity and we're moving forward to putting out pieces with concepts and a story to them instead of just oh here's our shit check our webstore, so the pieces will cost a little more than $15 bucks. But as far as you, you dont have to buy the tee its perfectly fine

Ok think about like this your still very relatively new brand and your price has skyrocketed to $42 most big brands don't get to the price point until a few big seasons under there belt.  Maybe if the tshirt itself was cut and sew then yeah I could see that, but  I get what your saying I used to hand draw all of my own art when  I had my brand but I never upped by price to 42, I knew I had to get to that point, it just made better business sense that once you have your set of loyal customers and supporters and you have a few solid seasons then maybe yea charge 42 for a specific tee, now you may drive away customers, not because they don't want to buy or support, for some it could be they cant justify spending 42 for ONE tshirt from very new brand,  but for others its why spend 42 on one tee when they can go to another brand and pay that same amount for more than 1. What is wrong with charging 20.00 or 25.00??? that is pretty standard, and you will probably sell more that way and you can add to possibly making a profit by restocking if it does well...
Well we're moving in a new direction. How can I explain this...Derrick Rose for example came in with other great ballplayers in his draft class. But he still stood out amongst one of the best draft classes lately. He stood out amongst Kevin Love, Michael Beasley, Russell Westbrook, etc. not trying to go off on a tangent I said that to say why put your standards low and grow at a slow pace, why not just put your all into what you love to do and stand out amogst the crowd. There are going to be some people that like you and some people that dislike you. You cant control that all you can be is yourself. Derrick Rose won Rookie of the Year his first year because his standards werent low, he knew that he could be the best so he went for it. Long story short we feel like we can be the best so of course we wouldnt put our price down there with the other brands who are satisfied with getting a check and just coasting thru the season. No no no no we wanna compete with the best so we dont care if people run away from our brand, so be it. We know that the people that appreciate the lost art of clothing pieces instead of just oh here's a tee with our name on it for $25 bucks, they'll be the ones that take their place. So if people might not figure out the price jump now then hopefully they will in the future. We're moving in a new direction because we have high standards just like the best always do......wow another hypebeast rant..this is...this is alot.

http://www.trialsandtriumph.com | Several different stories|

June 8, 2013 @ 06:14 AM
Trials & Triumph

Post: 234

Join Date: Apr 2013

@fosace charge what makes sense to you. If it's not worth your time to sell tees for $20 to $25 then don't. Especially if people are paying $42.
thanks man

http://www.trialsandtriumph.com | Several different stories|

June 8, 2013 @ 06:16 AM
Trials & Triumph

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Join Date: Apr 2013

All of your criticism is only bringing more publicity to his work lol, I envy you @fosace
sigh....................................thank you
LOL I didn't know criticizing prices on a tee gives you more publicity?
You hate me.

http://www.trialsandtriumph.com | Several different stories|

June 8, 2013 @ 06:39 AM
wcfrontrvnners

Post: 346

Join Date: Jun 2012

Location: Hayward, Ca

All of your criticism is only bringing more publicity to his work lol, I envy you @fosace
sigh....................................thank you
LOL I didn't know criticizing prices on a tee gives you more publicity?
Well looking through these previous pages his shirt almost has more post than your whole HB account.

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June 8, 2013 @ 01:28 PM
karakter1

Post: 592

Join Date: Jun 2006

i still dont get why some of you guys think a cut & sew t-shirt is more special.

all tees are cut and sewn.....no big deal! wether you allow alstyle, gildan..whoever...to cut and sew it based on the company specs and manufacturing....or you decide to try to come up with your own fit and pattern, its still only a regular, normal fitting tee.

...but this is hypebeast...so you have been lead to believe "cut & sew" means premium or better quality some how. 
June 8, 2013 @ 01:36 PM
karakter1

Post: 592

Join Date: Jun 2006

about pricing....

it really has nothing to do with how new your brand is. 
some of you have some strange notion that if you are new, you need to charge $15 bucks for your tee...and as you grow, you can charge more.......where do you guys get this shit from?

each brand/biz has to take many factors into consideration before coming up with the proper price point for you. If one start up decide to sell for $10......go ahead, if another decides its best to come out the gate for $50...cool. Do what you feel is right for YOUR BRAND. 
June 8, 2013 @ 04:04 PM
axcie

Post: 56

Join Date: Dec 2012

If I may put my input into this. The only thing that is remarkable is that you put $15 for your first shirts so like your previous customers and the fan base you made with your previous clothes would think it would be around that $15-$25 range for the next drop. Then you up the price to over than 200% increase which is really a lot for such a simple tee. We understand that you worked hard but to be honest no one wears a shirt because the designer worked hard. I don't see whats the problem with going with $20, we could make at least $800 (profit) if you sold only 50 of these. And since the design is so small, you could put more like 20 designs on one transfer (which cost 2.20 if you order 15). You'd probably make more money selling the shirts at $25 than putting it at $42.

OWNER // AXCIE // AXCIEFACTORY.COM

June 8, 2013 @ 04:10 PM
sacrilegeclothingco

Post: 73

Join Date: Apr 2013

Location: Austin, TX

about pricing....

it really has nothing to do with how new your brand is. 
some of you have some strange notion that if you are new, you need to charge $15 bucks for your tee...and as you grow, you can charge more.......where do you guys get this shit from?

each brand/biz has to take many factors into consideration before coming up with the proper price point for you. If one start up decide to sell for $10......go ahead, if another decides its best to come out the gate for $50...cool. Do what you feel is right for YOUR BRAND. 
THIS.

 And as for fosface's shirt, I think it's ludicrous that he's charging $42 for that shirt (again, he can charge whatever he wants, but just because you can doesn't mean you should). I honestly don't get why anyone would buy it, but that's just me. It's a crappy drawing of a fat chick...what's the appeal? You guys are blowing a load because you think it's "minimalist" or "different" when it really isn't. It's just lazy and rough on the eyes. I seriously thought that shirt was a joke when I first saw it. And I'm not even hating on the dude, if you're stuff is selling than more power to you, but I just personally would never buy something like that. 

First line dropping Summer 2013. For inquiries email sacrilegeclothingco@gmail.com

June 8, 2013 @ 04:22 PM
sacrilegeclothingco

Post: 73

Join Date: Apr 2013

Location: Austin, TX

#YEEZUS



now available at axciefactory 
I doubt you'll catch a C&D unless these somehow sell a lot, but is releasing bootleg merch under your brand's name really such a good idea? If you want to sell some Yeezus shit, that's fine, but just keep it on the low, don't slap your brand's name on it or sell it through your brand's site.
Chance of of catching a C&D from this wouldn't even hold up. Its writing on a sticker which I know for a fact cannot hold up in court. Plus its doing more promotion than he's been doing for this album (sarcasm). I got this in a kanye talk forum and we got more than 120 sales. It just a hype, guerrilla marketing technique anything to get your name out. If kanye wants to go ahead and sue me, must be cause his album didn't debut good, but in that case least i can meet yeezy haha. Not a bad tactic just pure marketing. Even though anyone can do it, it matters what gets more marketing, main thing. Free Marketing for Mr. Yeezy himself.
Dude, it's not just writing on a sticker...it's his album cover's art. It doesn't matter how minimalist it is, it's still his album cover's art which was designed by DONDA. All I've seen from your brand is shitty designs and photo shopping your designs on celebrities...and now this. Why are you even in this business if you're not going to put any effort in to it? And I think that "Mr. Yeezy" would be insulted if he saw his album cover's art on one of your shirts haha straight up especially if he saw that picture of him you photo shopped with your design on. Get outta here with this weak shit man . You're not gonna get any respect for your brand by doing stuff like this. Just my opinion though. 

First line dropping Summer 2013. For inquiries email sacrilegeclothingco@gmail.com

June 8, 2013 @ 06:04 PM
boulder

Post: 18

Join Date: Jun 2013

lookbook and preview for a brand my friends and i are considering starting called boulder:
http://boulderclothing.tumblr.com/
we made one of each piece; all photography and art used on the pieces is original. we're on the fence about whether or not we should actually produce the line. any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated. 

http://threepeak.tumblr.com/

June 8, 2013 @ 06:17 PM
Trials & Triumph

Post: 234

Join Date: Apr 2013

If I may put my input into this. The only thing that is remarkable is that you put $15 for your first shirts so like your previous customers and the fan base you made with your previous clothes would think it would be around that $15-$25 range for the next drop. Then you up the price to over than 200% increase which is really a lot for such a simple tee. We understand that you worked hard but to be honest no one wears a shirt because the designer worked hard. I don't see whats the problem with going with $20, we could make at least $800 (profit) if you sold only 50 of these. And since the design is so small, you could put more like 20 designs on one transfer (which cost 2.20 if you order 15). You'd probably make more money selling the shirts at $25 than putting it at $42.
Ok good morning everyone, hope everyone here on hb is having a great saturday. To be honest those brands that place their prices at $20 yea they make a profit are they moving forward. Are they putting their standards low and just satisfied with making a profit. I think you should put your standards high and yea you may have a shift in customers but you gain a different kind of clientele. Here's a great example. Lets say SpaceGhostPurrp or some other rapper like Kendrick came to my shop right. And my stuff was as cheap as the She Saw Everything LS shirt was on our last drop. People swore up and down that they loved it but I dont think SpaceGhostPurrp would buy a tee thats $15 bucks and be seen in it. He's got a rep believe it or not. Same thing with Kendrick Lemar, if he stumbles upon your website and he likes your concepts and stuff and what your brand stands for he's gonna support a new upcoming independent brand.....if you're confident in your stuff and your price is up there with the bigger guys, not with the people satisfied with charging $20 for their stuff...we're moving in a new direction thats all

http://www.trialsandtriumph.com | Several different stories|

June 8, 2013 @ 06:18 PM
axcie

Post: 56

Join Date: Dec 2012

Since the recent designs we have released and the criticism we got on here has made us rethink everything about the brand and scratched every design we made. I felt really terrible because we had such a nice brand name and thought we had potential. I didn't know what to do, but last week me and my friend met up with a designer name Shayne Oliver who we did not know was the designer for HBA (hood by air.) We later figured out and were surprised, so we tried to set up a meeting with Shayne and great fully he had time when he was in L.A yesterday to help us. He hooked us up with a textile designer in L.A. and we have been going and coming from her studio and one of our first pieces are bout to be done. Since everything designed on a shirt has been done for a while now, we are trying to move away from the font and text designs and focusing on the more Cut and Sew for our brand which creates a little originality that seemed we did not have. I will try to update on the whole progress but thanks for the HB users that helped me see that and it just created a path we thought we could never find. I hope the new AXCIE will be way better and hope you all can see that as well. 

OWNER // AXCIE // AXCIEFACTORY.COM

June 8, 2013 @ 06:23 PM
axcie

Post: 56

Join Date: Dec 2012

@fosace I understand what you're doing, simple marketing. Celebrities and well known people of stature buy items because the average person cannot. If thats the market you are targeting you got to have some background to your company. Seems you see like other brands such as PYREX, BAPE, BBC charging ridiculous amount of money for simple stuff and you just want to have that same way but the thing is the owner of the brands are well known and that is why it is okay for them to charge so much but if you were to do the same people wouldn't really look at you the same. I hope the best for you and your brand. I understand totally what you're getting at and I just think you have to build a brand enough to wear a celebrity will recognize it and the fame will come from itself that way. Such as Supreme.

OWNER // AXCIE // AXCIEFACTORY.COM

June 8, 2013 @ 06:31 PM
Trials & Triumph

Post: 234

Join Date: Apr 2013

about pricing....

it really has nothing to do with how new your brand is. 
some of you have some strange notion that if you are new, you need to charge $15 bucks for your tee...and as you grow, you can charge more.......where do you guys get this shit from?

each brand/biz has to take many factors into consideration before coming up with the proper price point for you. If one start up decide to sell for $10......go ahead, if another decides its best to come out the gate for $50...cool. Do what you feel is right for YOUR BRAND. 
THIS.

 And as for fosface's shirt, I think it's ludicrous that he's charging $42 for that shirt (again, he can charge whatever he wants, but just because you can doesn't mean you should). I honestly don't get why anyone would buy it, but that's just me. It's a crappy drawing of a fat chick...what's the appeal? You guys are blowing a load because you think it's "minimalist" or "different" when it really isn't. It's just lazy and rough on the eyes. I seriously thought that shirt was a joke when I first saw it. And I'm not even hating on the dude, if you're stuff is selling than more power to you, but I just personally would never buy something like that. 
hello owner of sacrilege clothing..your opinion is your opinion. Think of it like this..clothing is like art. The streetwear game is just like the art game. The streetwear game used to be alot better than what it is now. Now its brands just throwing their name on a shirt and they call it a day. Those are the brands that should sell their stuff for just $20-$25 bucks and just sit back. The art game is also cluttered...now its so easy to make art on the computer...shit fuck it I can become an artist. The art has diminished and the street in streetwear has diminished. That being said imagin you were a art connoisseur right and you stopped by our gallery (our webstore) and you had money to spend on art but you wanted only stuff that was raw, something that made you feel how you felt when you started collecting when you were young with money. And it was simple but it was what you needed. The art piece wasnt trying to hard nor were they trying to less. It filled that void that none of the other galleries filled because everyone else was doing the same thing. Then of course you would buy it, but because you had bread as an art collector you wouldnt buy that art if it was dirt cheap because then you wouldnt be able to show it off to your other art buddies....so as far as you buying our piece, its ok you dont have to buy it someone who appreciates it will.....good luck with your brand////////////thats proly the 10th rant since we've put the shirt up//yup

http://www.trialsandtriumph.com | Several different stories|

June 8, 2013 @ 06:47 PM
Trials & Triumph

Post: 234

Join Date: Apr 2013

@fosace I understand what you're doing, simple marketing. Celebrities and well known people of stature buy items because the average person cannot. If thats the market you are targeting you got to have some background to your company. Seems you see like other brands such as PYREX, BAPE, BBC charging ridiculous amount of money for simple stuff and you just want to have that same way but the thing is the owner of the brands are well known and that is why it is okay for them to charge so much but if you were to do the same people wouldn't really look at you the same. I hope the best for you and your brand. I understand totally what you're getting at and I just think you have to build a brand enough to wear a celebrity will recognize it and the fame will come from itself that way. Such as Supreme.
I feel your opinion its just we're moving in a new direction with little increments...even though it seems like alot lol. If you want to be the best you have to compete with the best and trust me these celebs/rappers whatever we're not catering to. Its the people that appreciate great tasting food instead of the norm thats appreciated...thats who we're catering to. I've seen crewnecks selling for $100 a pop, from upstarts so its time to compete with the best by moving in a new direction like all the best brands did. Every brand goes through growing pains, how long do you want to go through them. You're going to have to fight each of the top brands man-to-man if you want to be the best so you might as well fight like your the best in order to get a title fight. Long story short you wont get a shot at the title if you're still pulling punches and not fighting with your all....trust me you're gonna get knocked out just like a lot of other boxers(brands) have. You gotta go into the fight with your all or just dont fight at all. The people will respect you, the people will say they give their all every fight. But if you're still pulling punches even the top fighters will say ohhh they'll get knocked out eventually they'll never get their shot at the title. I know we can be the best so we're not pulling punches anymore. Will that mean we'll sell out faster or not at all, I dont know but I took a shot and thats how you knock somebody ass out...you have to take a risk and I mean thats what this whole clothing thing is about

http://www.trialsandtriumph.com | Several different stories|

June 8, 2013 @ 08:23 PM
southshorematt

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Join Date: Sep 2012

June 8, 2013 @ 08:32 PM
joseno

Post: 60

Join Date: Jan 2013

lol thats the story...idk what you want me to say lol i meant to post the pics up with the shirt. I had to edit the post cuz my dumb ass didnt post the pictures along with the story. Here...


its simple and funny haha im down to cop
June 8, 2013 @ 09:06 PM
Trials & Triumph

Post: 234

Join Date: Apr 2013

lol thats the story...idk what you want me to say lol i meant to post the pics up with the shirt. I had to edit the post cuz my dumb ass didnt post the pictures along with the story. Here...


its simple and funny haha im down to cop
haha yea she got the fade on the back of the tee, she ugly.....and she got bumps on her butt ughhhhh

http://www.trialsandtriumph.com | Several different stories|

June 8, 2013 @ 09:41 PM
luigisardo

Post: 16

Join Date: May 2013


where can i find these?
http://swagfresh.com/product-tag/limited-edition/

Only one size left in that model.
Says they got 9 and 10... how do they run?
I am a 9.5 in vans
They're the same sizes as Vans actually, so you should size up to a 10
June 8, 2013 @ 10:04 PM
Brave

Post: 289

Join Date: Sep 2007

All of your criticism is only bringing more publicity to his work lol, I envy you @fosace

doesn't matter to me I am simply giving advice he can do whatever he chooses, but if he cant take criticism then he shouldn't be in this business because this it will never stop.
June 8, 2013 @ 10:13 PM
jackset

Post: 105

Join Date: Nov 2012

Location: United Kingdom




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June 8, 2013 @ 10:20 PM
Brave

Post: 289

Join Date: Sep 2007

about pricing....

it really has nothing to do with how new your brand is. 
some of you have some strange notion that if you are new, you need to charge $15 bucks for your tee...and as you grow, you can charge more.......where do you guys get this shit from?

each brand/biz has to take many factors into consideration before coming up with the proper price point for you. If one start up decide to sell for $10......go ahead, if another decides its best to come out the gate for $50...cool. Do what you feel is right for YOUR BRAND. 
granted this is true but we are talking about a tshirt here , I do agree each brand needs to take in factors in that benefit there business, and honestly in this case I don't see the attraction here, and It does not seem worth 42$
June 8, 2013 @ 10:27 PM
Brave

Post: 289

Join Date: Sep 2007

New to hypebeast and just found out about this thread. I recently released my second drop for my brand, The MSTRPLAN, and would love to get some feedback. Feel free to check the store and website and let me know what you guys think, and what I can improve on. Thanks!
-MSTRMIND
http://www.themstrplan.com 
http://www.store.themstrplan.com 



I dig this release my favorite is the Charlie brown one. I forget the kids name though
June 8, 2013 @ 10:37 PM
92

Post: 1263

Join Date: Dec 2012

New to hypebeast and just found out about this thread. I recently released my second drop for my brand, The MSTRPLAN, and would love to get some feedback. Feel free to check the store and website and let me know what you guys think, and what I can improve on. Thanks!
-MSTRMIND
http://www.themstrplan.com 
http://www.store.themstrplan.com 



might have to cop all three of these
June 8, 2013 @ 11:48 PM
JStorm803

Post: 1703

Join Date: Jun 2006

Location: South Carolina, Tha...

His name's Pigpen and I'll be copping a tee or two.

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

June 9, 2013 @ 12:48 AM
Trials & Triumph

Post: 234

Join Date: Apr 2013

about pricing....

it really has nothing to do with how new your brand is. 
some of you have some strange notion that if you are new, you need to charge $15 bucks for your tee...and as you grow, you can charge more.......where do you guys get this shit from?

each brand/biz has to take many factors into consideration before coming up with the proper price point for you. If one start up decide to sell for $10......go ahead, if another decides its best to come out the gate for $50...cool. Do what you feel is right for YOUR BRAND. 
granted this is true but we are talking about a tshirt here , I do agree each brand needs to take in factors in that benefit there business, and honestly in this case I don't see the attraction here, and It does not seem worth 42$
well ive been taking criticism pretty well all week. i guess my response to you is umm get it if you want. umm if you dont want to thats your decision you have free will. Every brand prices their items differently, just because Chanel prices their stuff differently than Dolce & Gabbana doesnt mean Chanel is wrong. No, thats Chanel's products so they price it according to what direction they want to move in. We're moving in a new direction so the price just shifted. If you havent followed us from the beginning we've been improving slightly since we came out last November, we're just continuing to grow. That being said, support MSTRPLAN and buy up their shirts, best of luck to you and MSTRPLAN. 

http://www.trialsandtriumph.com | Several different stories|

June 9, 2013 @ 07:20 AM
mstrmind

Post: 137

Join Date: Apr 2013

Location: LA/SF

New to hypebeast and just found out about this thread. I recently released my second drop for my brand, The MSTRPLAN, and would love to get some feedback. Feel free to check the store and website and let me know what you guys think, and what I can improve on. Thanks!
-MSTRMIND
http://www.themstrplan.com 
http://www.store.themstrplan.com 



might have to cop all three of these
Thanks for the kind words Brave, je-sus, JStorm, and fosace. The dude's name is "Pig-Pen", so I think it's perfect for him to be parodied into a cop haha.

And if any of you guys are on the fence on coppin', feel free to use the code "TMPOPS" for a cool 20% off

As for the whole cost thing, at the end of the day you charge what you want. I'm a new brand, my fan base is small; to me, profit isn't as important now as getting word and product out and a lower price range allows for that.

Thanks for the luck, I wish the best for you and your brand too.

Trust The MSTRPLAN | http://www.themstrplan.com

June 9, 2013 @ 11:42 AM
karakter1

Post: 592

Join Date: Jun 2006

"just because you CAN charge $60 bucks for a tee, doesn't mean you SHOULD"

-NOT TRUE

no tee is actually WORTH $60...
no brand HAS TO charge $60....yeh i know that some are luxury brands, and have celebrity clientele and marketing.....

but they DO NOT HAVE TO charge that much. but they do...and people pay it.

the only justification you need for charging insane amounts for any product is.....customers that will pay it.
June 9, 2013 @ 11:48 AM
karakter1

Post: 592

Join Date: Jun 2006

I saw a show about people abusing the word "Artisan" by adding it to the product, giving off the impression that its hand made skillfully crafted goods.

this one guy was using a razor blade and hand sharpening basic #2 pencils....and selling them for $35

his only real justification for selling 3 cent pencils for $35 was.....people where buying them.
June 9, 2013 @ 03:32 PM
AreteBrand

Post: 130

Join Date: Sep 2012

about pricing....

it really has nothing to do with how new your brand is. 
some of you have some strange notion that if you are new, you need to charge $15 bucks for your tee...and as you grow, you can charge more.......where do you guys get this shit from?

each brand/biz has to take many factors into consideration before coming up with the proper price point for you. If one start up decide to sell for $10......go ahead, if another decides its best to come out the gate for $50...cool. Do what you feel is right for YOUR BRAND. 
granted this is true but we are talking about a tshirt here , I do agree each brand needs to take in factors in that benefit there business, and honestly in this case I don't see the attraction here, and It does not seem worth 42$
well ive been taking criticism pretty well all week. i guess my response to you is umm get it if you want. umm if you dont want to thats your decision you have free will. Every brand prices their items differently, just because Chanel prices their stuff differently than Dolce & Gabbana doesnt mean Chanel is wrong. No, thats Chanel's products so they price it according to what direction they want to move in. We're moving in a new direction so the price just shifted. If you havent followed us from the beginning we've been improving slightly since we came out last November, we're just continuing to grow. That being said, support MSTRPLAN and buy up their shirts, best of luck to you and MSTRPLAN. 
LMAO bruh that basketball connection you tried to make was a reach. But anyways price your stuff however you want to. The pricing reflects how you value your brand, plain and simple. If you feel you have that brand image and following to have people pay $42 for it, go for it. No one here should stop you, cause at the end of the day this is your brand and decision. All the people legitimately upset about the pricing of your brand need to relax cause it's not their call and all they're doing is giving you free promotion. This topic has dominated the last 2-3 pages and pretty sure niggas won't let this die down smh. Also, pricing of a product DOES NOT equate to the quality of the product all the time. Saying hip-hop artists won't rep a $15 because of the price isn't true because there are plenty of brands with cheaply priced tees that have literally every artist repping. It's all about if they think it's dope.

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