Frvud, i am sure you don't think you are going to be millionaire selling this shorts, assuming that they are very simple and you are planning to sell them for decent prices, but i think they can work well as a complement to your collection.im asking honest feedback from a people know about fashion. and youre clearly not one. if you could, id like to see a shorts made of half cotton-half mesh from a starter brand.hi all,Honest feedback?, i think there ugly, plain and look cheap as shit like the sort of thing i got handed from lost property when i didn't bring shorts to do gym.
can you guys give me your opinions on this first sample shorts? i want to switch things up a bit with this two color shorts made of 50 black cotton 50 white mesh for my upcoming two-tone collection. honest feedbacks are appreciated.
people need to stop with the shorts unless your cutting and sewing your own custom pieces then stop trying to jump on the pyrex hype printing on champion shorts and shit, it looks stupid.
These shorts are made as i ordered it from the factory, maybe the quality of the fabric isnt that great but at least i dont just print a logo on a champion shorts, or any gym shorts and sell it at high price.
The reason i used black and white because this shorts is from my two-tone collection which include this shorts, a black-white tshirts and varsity jackets(W13). this is my first collection so i want to start with something basic first. the price range of my products are $20-$50
i will post better quality pictures when i receive the products
When it comes to minimal design, you must make the pieces stand out by doing a presentation with focus on details, finishing quality and everything who can fill up the absence of complex designs. It's very, very, important that clothing like this look perfectly neat, ESPECIALLY talking about bottom wear.
Check this two examples of very similar shorts by Adidas:
Got it? In the first picture, the white background, the garment and the elastics are all perfectly alined. You can see that people have worked on it fore some 10 or 20 minutes at least before they started taking pictures. And the final result is shiny clean, like it was made by virgins up there in heaven. In the second, it's just hanging there with crappy background and lighting.
I'm not saying you must hire professional photographers or stuff like this, but it's clear to me that you could have done a little more work on this part.
Your shorts are very simple and a lot of people prefer them this way, so you probably will have no problem selling if you can present them better.
Sorry for the big pictures but i think they would be nice to illustrate what i was saying!