Recently I have started my own clothing line called "Hybrid Clothing" - I'am currently looking for feedback
Heres a little background information about the company:
Hybrid Clothing is a one man operation (myself) in which I create and source up trend clothing for people like you! At Hybrid I don't thrive for profit - I thrive to see people wearing my brand
Currently we're offering such products as belowt-shirtsdenim jacketsvestsjumperstanksbutton up shirtsHere are some of our product:
You can visit or shop us at http://www.hybridclothing.net/
You can help us by liking us on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/shop/Hybridclothing204
Or you can help spread the word by telling your friends!
Hey man, i was taking a closer look to your post and website to be able to give you honest and fair feedback
You just said that you are doing everything in your brand and this shows your bravery and entrepreneur spirit, but the audience feedback - while the work is still in progress - is very important for you to know where you actually have a chance to rock.
In your website, i counted 23 clothing pieces (and you promised there's more on the way). Considering that you are still in the first steps, don't think is a little much? Defining a smaller number of pieces, doing seasonal releases (summer/winter or spring/summer/autumm/winter) will bring a lot more design accuracy and quality to your clothes.
Your website is well-done, but the way you presented the clothes on it looks a lot like a bazaar/flea market. You know that feeling of seeing a lot of things, but nothing eye-catching?
If you take a time to read pages from this thread, you will notice that the designers who came up with with smaller collections had better feedback than those who appeared out of the blue with dozens of shirts and fleeces and hats. Why? Because when you have less pieces to drop, you can focus a lot more on details (tags, sewing, stickers, photo direction) and the audience can clearly understand what your brand is about.
Some minor considerations:
1 - It's about time for a logo!
2 - You wouldn't believe the amount of "illuminatti eye" designs this thread has seen.
3 - In your Illuminatti Eye shirt, the words "Hybrid" and "Clothing" have completely different curving, like they don't belong to the same circle.
4 - In the "Customer Photos" session of your website, there's a girl wearing "King kitty r00ler of the universe tank!". This design is eBay's cream of the crap. If you really designed this, search "king cat" on eBay and cry over the hundreds of dollars people are making with your art.
Wish you all the best!