Starting a New Line/Brand Feedback Thread

Jun 10, 2014 @ 15:21


lol not gonna lie this is sick 

who remembers this?

lol, you guys both did em in sick ways, I like both the pieces. But to be honest @tathenz, I've seen multiple Pulp Fiction references throughout streetwear so don't get too hurt about it

chadacadabra.tumblr.com

Jun 10, 2014 @ 15:38
^ Yeah I'm not mad or anything, might actually cop it lol

TUMBLR: www.tathens.tumblr.com

Jun 10, 2014 @ 16:13
Anyone here from Vancouver area or going to be at Knowshow end of July? I'm flying in for it and would love to meet some other brands or people from Vancouver!

Sink or Swim Brand / www.sinkorswimbrand.com / Holiday 15 out now

Jun 10, 2014 @ 16:56
gizoogle.net
Jun 10, 2014 @ 19:10
http://www.blacksheepapparelco.com/2014-lookbook Here's our lookbook for 2014. I'm trying to submit my brand to some stores, and some have replied with slight interest.  I'm wholesaling these to stores for $13 at the moment, which concerns me; I want to know if that's too high. Diamond sells for $13.50 to stores like Zumiez, Stussy is $12.60, Obey is $9. So I want to know if my offering price is too high and if it looks solid enough for stores to buy it. I'm barely making a profit on that price, but that's fine by me as long as I get in a store somewhere. 
Keep in mind that those are well known clothing companies and their merchandise is more than likely going to sale. So you may even have to go a little bit higher. Sometimes you have to lose money to make money. You may go in the negative, but its all worth it if you're getting your companies name out there.
That's a really good point. Well I can lower it down to $11.75, but i'm hoping that's enough to get stores interested. Then I'm making some cents per shirt, but that's fine as long as I get my foot in the door. Any comments on my designs?
don't do that.
You're only selling yourself short.
I took a streetwear class recently lead by a few people in the industry. I asked this same question and they said no.
Look at the bigger picture. The whole point is getting into the store to make revenue to turn around in order to make more product. Never sell at cost. You are not only low balling yourself, losing money and also devalue your product.
If you believe in your product then sell what you think it's worth. That one issues.
The next is the cost of your shirts to make it really to high. Look for better cost on making shirts. I know of spots that charge 5.99-6.99 for a 4 color print on a shirt and that's including the shirt at the min of 20 shirts. Of course it's bottom of the barrel Gildan but you can upgrade to different brand blanks for $1-$2 dollars. Add a inside print label print for $1 at the most. You can even buy bulk order of inside size laser tags for even less. There are places that also offer 1000 silk printed labels to sew in for $50-$80. Do some research on silk screen companies.
 

Your goal should be to make funds to fuel your business. If you are consistently putting your own money into it and only breaking even you are doing it wrong. The stores are not looking out for you, the are in the market to make money as well. They are going to turn around and make money off you so you might as well do yourself justice and make some off them as well. Sometimes getting your foot in the door is just not enough in this industry.

Broken Bank Clothing *** www.BrokenBankClothing.com *** @brokenbankclo

Jun 10, 2014 @ 19:34
Hey guys.

Just posting up my label Sabotage. One man operation based out of Sydney Australia. Would love to hear any constructive feedback or thoughts. 

http://
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Im not out to re-invent the wheel so to speak, just to make good clothes. Currently a university student so my budget is super tight but im hoping to drop some interesting pieces over the next few weeks. Still refining the website and our brand bio etc and need to do a proper lookbook once I add a few more styles, once again, budget is a huge challenge for me at the moment.

I understand the imagery, cohesiveness and alot of other stuff needs work, it really is a work in progress right now. Just looking for feedback or whether you feel im on the right track and constructive criticism etc.

By definition Sabotage is a deliberate action aimed at weakening another entity through subversion, obstruction, disruption, or destruction. 








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Im also working on a capsule collection based around some of my favourite japanese illustrators and music references, here's a sneak peek from that:

Great screenprint.
I don't like cursive and regular print letters together though.

www.stillwild.co / online store that celebrates nature!

Inactive User

Jun 11, 2014 @ 00:53
Damn everyone hates like hell on this forum

Inactive User

Jun 11, 2014 @ 01:09
People could use some manners
Jun 11, 2014 @ 02:29


lol not gonna lie this is sick 

who remembers this?

This your work man? It's fuckin clean
Jun 11, 2014 @ 02:48
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Jun 11, 2014 @ 07:53
Shot with one of our first Fall products last weekend. More details to come as we prepare to release a fully cut and sewn line.









www.knownothing.us

www.knownothing.us

Jun 11, 2014 @ 13:11
Hey, Go Check out my French Daily news website BadMood Magazine !! blushing 
http://badmood-mag.com/
Jun 11, 2014 @ 19:40
Just dropped our line, Look us know what you guys think. Thanks

Online store : http://www.uknmvmt.com/







when will someone come out with something different for a change? 
no offense but this just reminds me of another "street wear" brand that will mainly focus on graphic tees and caps. 
change it up graphics are playing out steeply. we need more simplicity that screams who you are and what you represent. this honestly reminds me of ronin, i don't want to even start naming brands who are using floral.
you guys can do it, heck anyone can just change it up.  

side note. anchors are WAY played out. just type "anchor logos" on google and pow.
Hey, No offense taken, Appreciate the time you've take to write something, Just to sort some stuff out we are currently working on cut & sew items for winter so we are not just going to be graphic tees and caps. and I will take that into consideration about simplicity that screams out who we are. Thanks for you feedback we really appreciate it!.
hell yeah. thats a real brand, looking forward to seeing whats to come.

last in line for the gangbang.

Jun 11, 2014 @ 20:35


COME CHECKOUT OUR BRAND AT WWW.CAMPLIFECLOTHING.COM, WE ARE JUST STARTING AND HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS FOR A SOLID YEAR. WE'VE SEEN SUCCESS FROM HAND TO HAND SALES AS WELL AS VENDORING EVENTS. WE'RE TRYING TO GET IN SOME RETAIL STORES AT THIS POINT BUT TRUST WE ARE NOT FOLLOWING THE RULES OR TRYING TO FOLLOW ANY OTHER TRENDS BESIDES THE ONES WE CREATE.

 "WE DON'T FOLLOW THE LEAD, WE LEAD THE FOLLOWING"
Jun 12, 2014 @ 07:10


COME CHECKOUT OUR BRAND AT WWW.CAMPLIFECLOTHING.COM, WE ARE JUST STARTING AND HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS FOR A SOLID YEAR. WE'VE SEEN SUCCESS FROM HAND TO HAND SALES AS WELL AS VENDORING EVENTS. WE'RE TRYING TO GET IN SOME RETAIL STORES AT THIS POINT BUT TRUST WE ARE NOT FOLLOWING THE RULES OR TRYING TO FOLLOW ANY OTHER TRENDS BESIDES THE ONES WE CREATE.

 "WE DON'T FOLLOW THE LEAD, WE LEAD THE FOLLOWING"
"YOU DO FOLLOW THE LEAD, AND ARE UNORIGINAL." I mean sorry to be harsh, but honestly, you have no right to say you are "not following the rules" or "not trying to follow trends" when you clearly use the most overused and tasteless trend: Matching Clothing With Jordans & Other Sneakers. It's astonishing to hear that you've had so much success, when these designs are just really bad to be honest. There is literally no concept I see in this brand other than it having to do with sneakers. Let me list out my problems I have with your brand.

1. The Name. Unless you're referring to camping out in line for sneakers or something, then your name is totally irrelevant to anything. I'd highly recommend choosing a new name and instantly removing "clothing" from your name. No brand should have to add "clothing," "apparel," or "co." to their name to make people realize they are in fact buying clothing. It just looks really tacky and generic.

2. The Actual Clothing. Let me start off by asking, where is the actual design? I've now been on your website and see no real designs that are relevant. I see a purple drank design, shoe lace design, and then a whole bunch of over branded shit. I would not say that unless it were true. Nobody wants to buy clothing with logos all over from some brand they don't even know. Not to mention $32 for a damn tee!!!??!? What?!!?! I personally know that brands like Supreme, Stussy, hell even Diamond sell tees for $32. What can justify your price for you? Unless your tees are made in the U.S. with like pima cotton, then I'll apologize for that, but honestly nobody wants to pay that much for an unknown brand. The overall scheme of the designs seems sloppy, disorganized, and done in 5 minutes.

3. Your Claims/Statements. Please don't lie. You do follow trends and probably more than any other brand on this forum so far. I used to work on a clothing brand actually, but decided to stop since I wanted to focus on the design and art more, not the money. Don't make a brand to just say you have one or think you can just walk into this industry overnight and make a living. It is disrespectful to the culture and I personally feel it makes other's hard work seem under valued.

To be honest, I wasn't personally trying to go after you and your brand, but these are my OPINIONS on your brand and I think you can change a whole lot. You are not the first brand to do shit like this and here on this forum, but I'm just tired of always seeing this stuff posted all over the forums. I've left this forum and hypebeast for months now. I really hate the direction people are taking brands into these days. Thank you for your time. I hope you take this as constructive criticism and not just a rant for your brand.

www.worldsaffair.tumblr.com/

Jun 12, 2014 @ 09:16
votre diagnostic de tod avait raison sur la marque

J'ai acheté des chaussures qui se sentaient à l'aise réel quand je les ai essayé mais le premier jour sur le travail de ces chaussures fait le fond de mes pieds se sentent comme ils étaient en feu. Je pouvais à Chanel Pas Cher peine marcher à la fin de la journée avec. Même mon meilleur ami (c'est un garçon) dit que les chaussures de coin sont les plus mal chaussés pour une femme de porter.

En fait, j'ai parlé à trois concessionnaires différents et leurs ministères de pièces. On a dit leurs patins et chaussures OEM étaient organique, un autre dit que leurs patins et chaussures OEM étaient semi-métalliques par AC Delco, et le troisième ont dit que leurs plaquettes OEM étaient céramique par AC Delco (ne savent pas ce matériel, les chaussures étaient). En outre, Chanel Soldes le troisième courtier avait ce qu'il appelait tapis et des chaussures qui sont un peu plus épais et un peu plus cher (environ 107 $ pour tapis et des chaussures chacun) GM OEM, mais ne savait pas ce matériel qu'ils étaient.

Jupes, des hauts, des arcs d'acclamation d'acclamation et des chaussures de cheerleading forment ensemble un costume de cheerleading parfait. Les filles qui pratiquent le cheerleading sont généralement mince et grand, donc costumes jupe à eux une de lot. Étant aussi courte taille, il n'interfère pas avec leurs cheerleaders moments de la jambe. Dans évaluations approfondies sont disponibles pour chaque saison d'entraînement. De plus, consulter Consumer Reports, Courir le magazine Times et consommateurs Recherche des comparaisons de style de la chaussure. Faites une Sac Chanel liste de vos chaussures de course matelassées favoris, vérifier les gammes de prix, les caractéristiques, les marques et les mises à jour de style, et avoir la liste à portée de main tout en achats de chaussures ..
Jun 12, 2014 @ 13:37
started up my own visual art project using clothing as a tool for advertisement and money

http://hood--rich.tumblr.com/
https://www.facebook.com/hoodxrich
http://hoodxrich.bigcartel.com
https://twitter.com/hood____rich

Jun 12, 2014 @ 15:49
downvoted because of lame ass name

chadacadabra.tumblr.com

Jun 12, 2014 @ 16:41
Originally posted by Inactive User


COME CHECKOUT OUR BRAND AT WWW.CAMPLIFECLOTHING.COM, (...)

 "WE DON'T FOLLOW THE LEAD, WE LEAD THE FOLLOWING"
"YOU DO FOLLOW THE LEAD, AND ARE UNORIGINAL." I mean sorry to be harsh, but honestly, you have no right to say you are "not following the rules" or "not trying to follow trends" (...).

1. The Name. (...) generic.

2. The Actual Clothing. Let me start off by asking, where is the actual design? I've now been on your website and see no real designs that are relevant. I see a purple drank design, shoe lace design, and then a whole bunch of over branded shit. I would not say that unless it were true. Nobody wants to buy clothing with logos all over from some (...)

3. Your Claims/Statements. (...) work seem under valued.

To be honest, (...) brand.
If it's your opinion, I would stay away from saying "Nobody wants..." and say "I don't want..."

Broken Bank Clothing *** www.BrokenBankClothing.com *** @brokenbankclo

Jun 12, 2014 @ 19:06
Originally posted by Inactive User
Originally posted by Inactive User


COME CHECKOUT OUR BRAND AT WWW.CAMPLIFECLOTHING.COM, (...)

 "WE DON'T FOLLOW THE LEAD, WE LEAD THE FOLLOWING"
"YOU DO FOLLOW THE LEAD, AND ARE UNORIGINAL." I mean sorry to be harsh, but honestly, you have no right to say you are "not following the rules" or "not trying to follow trends" (...).

1. The Name. (...) generic.

2. The Actual Clothing. Let me start off by asking, where is the actual design? I've now been on your website and see no real designs that are relevant. I see a purple drank design, shoe lace design, and then a whole bunch of over branded shit. I would not say that unless it were true. Nobody wants to buy clothing with logos all over from some (...)

3. Your Claims/Statements. (...) work seem under valued.

To be honest, (...) brand.
If it's your opinion, I would stay away from saying "Nobody wants..." and say "I don't want..."
The point was that you understood my criticism, not grammar technicalities, but I do understand what you mean. I guess I really meant, "I personally would not want to buy clothing with logos all over from some brand they don't even know." and so on with other statements.

www.worldsaffair.tumblr.com/

Jun 12, 2014 @ 19:11
guys....is it that hard to iron your clothing before presenting it?
Jun 12, 2014 @ 20:22
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Season 2 is just around the corner, which means it's time to save up to
30% off goods from Season 1. Supplies are limited so don't sleep!


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www.brgade.com

Jun 12, 2014 @ 21:22
Originally posted by Inactive User
Originally posted by Inactive User
Originally posted by Inactive User
"YOU DO FOLLOW THE LEAD, AND ARE UNORIGINAL." I mean sorry to be harsh, but honestly, you have no right to say you are "not following the rules" or "not trying to follow trends" (...).

1. The Name. (...) generic.

2. The Actual Clothing. Let me start off by asking, where is the actual design? I've now been on your website and see no real designs that are relevant. I see a purple drank design, shoe lace design, and then a whole bunch of over branded shit. I would not say that unless it were true. Nobody wants to buy clothing with logos all over from some (...)

3. Your Claims/Statements. (...) work seem under valued.

To be honest, (...) brand.
If it's your opinion, I would stay away from saying "Nobody wants..." and say "I don't want..."
The point was that you understood my criticism, not grammar technicalities, but I do understand what you mean. I guess I really meant, "I personally would not want to buy clothing with logos all over from some brand they don't even know." and so on with other statements.

We'll let me start off by saying that your critcism is an opinion but yet not a valued one in our opinion.
First of far most the lets's start off with the name that you deemed unoriginal and generic. Camplife is acronym for Culture Always Makes-it's Prescence in LIFE. So trust that there were thought processes in the name and not just throwing a name on shirts and trying to sqwander it.

Second we're not trying to match T-shirts with jordans, matter of fact that is the total opposite of what we do. we are a culture brand that is trying to speak to all walks life so granted it being those who enjoy the purple drink or people who loves sneakers,etc,etc we are a brand that going to attach itself to all walks of life not just one lane. So if you came to look for over done shirts with medusa heads and and cathedral halls or floral print and all then indeed we're not the brand for your liking.

Branding is the soul purpose of putting your name on shirts, so that was dumb assement in itself. Company such as diamond,stussy or obey have seen major success of the simplicity of just branding.That is the most important to a start up brand, is to make sure the line has an identity.

WE DON'T FOLLOW THE RULES, because if we indeed did everything that everyone else is doing or for the sake of making a "quick buck" we would follow the trend of what everyone else is doing, but we refuse to do so, we're using our own mascot and have all original designs and more to come. Noe of the designs were rushed, we just enjoy simplicity over extreme, fyi the guy that does our designs, designed for Brisk, Absolute Vodka and other big companies so please with the designs being rushed.

I've seen alot of brands with rushed work with little to no effort involved out there and we refuse to do what everyone else is doing, so to say that we don't put thought process in our designs is insulting. We've sold out of every shirt we have ever dropped becuase of the quality of the shirts which ARE pima cotton shirts. I hate where brand are going these days to my friend but trust and believe nothing at Camplife is rushed or done without extreme consideration or thought. We usually don't respond with such post but you seem to have attacked our brand with frustration of other brands or failed attempts of your own but we do value your opinion but that my friend wasn't constructive it was an attack.

Peace
Jun 12, 2014 @ 22:43





I know this is not Brand related but it does promote fashion and style. This is a section of my website that I started a year ago but didn't promote it as much. Now, I decided I should try to give it a shot again. So if you want to contribute, you are welcome to submit a WDYWT.. 

Common Wear is a platform for people who share the same common interest in fashion and style alike. Doesn't matter who you are or how you look. Everyone is diverse. Showcase your style for others to see. Be inspired by the creativity each individual holds. Style is universal.

Submit here: www.commonlyusedlife.com/Common_Wear.html

If you guys want you can submit a lookbook shot if you want, Promote your shit. Dont matter as long as we both happy. 

Away From Society | San Jose, CA | www.cmnlyud.com

Jun 13, 2014 @ 01:25
Originally posted by Inactive User
Originally posted by Inactive User
If it's your opinion, I would stay away from saying "Nobody wants..." and say "I don't want..."
The point was that you understood my criticism, not grammar technicalities, but I do understand what you mean. I guess I really meant, "I personally would not want to buy clothing with logos all over from some brand they don't even know." and so on with other statements.

We'll let me start off by saying that your critcism is an opinion but yet not a valued one in our opinion.
First of far most the lets's start off with the name that you deemed unoriginal and generic. Camplife is acronym for Culture Always Makes-it's Prescence in LIFE. So trust that there were thought processes in the name and not just throwing a name on shirts and trying to sqwander it.

Second we're not trying to match T-shirts with jordans, matter of fact that is the total opposite of what we do. we are a culture brand that is trying to speak to all walks life so granted it being those who enjoy the purple drink or people who loves sneakers,etc,etc we are a brand that going to attach itself to all walks of life not just one lane. So if you came to look for over done shirts with medusa heads and and cathedral halls or floral print and all then indeed we're not the brand for your liking.

Branding is the soul purpose of putting your name on shirts, so that was dumb assement in itself. Company such as diamond,stussy or obey have seen major success of the simplicity of just branding.That is the most important to a start up brand, is to make sure the line has an identity.

WE DON'T FOLLOW THE RULES, because if we indeed did everything that everyone else is doing or for the sake of making a "quick buck" we would follow the trend of what everyone else is doing, but we refuse to do so, we're using our own mascot and have all original designs and more to come. Noe of the designs were rushed, we just enjoy simplicity over extreme, fyi the guy that does our designs, designed for Brisk, Absolute Vodka and other big companies so please with the designs being rushed.

I've seen alot of brands with rushed work with little to no effort involved out there and we refuse to do what everyone else is doing, so to say that we don't put thought process in our designs is insulting. We've sold out of every shirt we have ever dropped becuase of the quality of the shirts which ARE pima cotton shirts. I hate where brand are going these days to my friend but trust and believe nothing at Camplife is rushed or done without extreme consideration or thought. We usually don't respond with such post but you seem to have attacked our brand with frustration of other brands or failed attempts of your own but we do value your opinion but that my friend wasn't constructive it was an attack.

Peace
I could honestly care less whether you value my opinion or not, but if you don't take ANY feedback into consideration I can see your brand failing in the future. As a person who does not know your brand coming from the outside and looking in, I personally don't see anything different or special about your brand. Let me explain myself again and break it down.

1. Your Name. I did not say your whole name was unoriginal and generic, just the "clothing" part. No shit it's a clothing brand. If you have to add the word "clothing" to it so people understand that it's a clothing brand, then I feel it takes away from your whole name. Regarding the "camp" part, I can see how it is original, but just because it's original doesn't mean it's an actually good name. Nobody would even get it's an acronym unless you had to explain it. There aren't even any damn periods in camp, so who would even guess it's got some type of meaning. The actual acronym seems forced. To me it sounds like you just thought of the word camp and figured out what words could make it have meaning. Having the word "camp" alone is miss leading, I would think you were an outdoors company for god's sake. There is no concept at all behind your brand. You don't even have a target demographic. You say it's for "all walks of life, people who love purple drank, sneakers, etc.," but you just make generic shit. I don't see how any of these pieces would appeal to anyone. Excuse my harshness, but I really don't like this at all. There's a reason these types of clothes get down voted constantly.

2. Your Designs. Branding IS the soul purpose of putting your name everywhere, but the way you execute it makes it look sloppy. The lack of composition between each piece is honestly sad in my opinion. There is no coherence in your collection and it looks like a bunch of random tees. I cannot even tell what in the hell your "dmv" collection is supposed to show. I cannot stress how important composition is with clothing. A big design on the front followed by a big logo on the front underneath it does not even look good at all. Why not make it smaller or put it on the back? Your logo is shit. It does not represent culture nor camping. Another generic logo that takes no effort to make. It seems very lazy to me, not something I'd want to wear around on a shirt since it does not really express anything. You guys have no identity with your brand. It is hard to believe you guys started your own trend considering you don't lead any trends and have not started one. Your facebook page was made in 2013 leading me to believe this brand has not been around for so long, so the fact that you claim to have started a "trend" of some sort is a bit overstated. If these designs weren't rushed, then you need to hire someone who knows how to design! I can make this garbage in 5 minutes if you'd like! Please just ask! If your guy designed for brisk, absolute vodka, or any other brands, then either: A. They didn't use his designs, B. They got some shitty designs, or C. All of the above. No offense to the guy, but honestly, I can make better stuff than this in 10 minutes, no matter what I'm designing or trying to make. If you want to save money, you can actually design yourself and just watch youtube tutorials or take a class. It's really quite intriguing.

3. Your Responses. You know it was criticism, but you took it so personally, that it became an attack on you. I'm not trying to attack you I'm trying give you useful tips that can bring your brand to higher level. Nobody knows your brand! If you've been in the industry for at least long enough to start trends as you said, then maybe people would know about it by now! If you don't usually respond to these comments, it sounds to me like you must get these a lot then. I wouldn't have made these statements unless I felt so strongly about them. If you want to become a successful brand then maybe try listening to your potential buyers here.

By the way, it sounds to me like you're just advertising here. This is a forum, not a social network. Although you can advertise your stuff here, it was meant for critique in this particular thread. Again, don't take my comments so personally, but honestly I think you should change your brand, or at least take some classes, study the industry, and learn a few things as you go on. Good luck with your business, but honestly listen to people here. We are trying to help you!! 

www.worldsaffair.tumblr.com/

Jun 13, 2014 @ 01:53
Originally posted by Inactive User
The point was that you understood my criticism, not grammar technicalities, but I do understand what you mean. I guess I really meant, "I personally would not want to buy clothing with logos all over from some brand they don't even know." and so on with other statements.

We'll let me start off by saying that your critcism is an opinion but yet not a valued one in our opinion.
First of far most the lets's start off with the name that you deemed unoriginal and generic. Camplife is acronym for Culture Always Makes-it's Prescence in LIFE. So trust that there were thought processes in the name and not just throwing a name on shirts and trying to sqwander it.

Second we're not trying to match T-shirts with jordans, matter of fact that is the total opposite of what we do. we are a culture brand that is trying to speak to all walks life so granted it being those who enjoy the purple drink or people who loves sneakers,etc,etc we are a brand that going to attach itself to all walks of life not just one lane. So if you came to look for over done shirts with medusa heads and and cathedral halls or floral print and all then indeed we're not the brand for your liking.

Branding is the soul purpose of putting your name on shirts, so that was dumb assement in itself. Company such as diamond,stussy or obey have seen major success of the simplicity of just branding.That is the most important to a start up brand, is to make sure the line has an identity.

WE DON'T FOLLOW THE RULES, because if we indeed did everything that everyone else is doing or for the sake of making a "quick buck" we would follow the trend of what everyone else is doing, but we refuse to do so, we're using our own mascot and have all original designs and more to come. Noe of the designs were rushed, we just enjoy simplicity over extreme, fyi the guy that does our designs, designed for Brisk, Absolute Vodka and other big companies so please with the designs being rushed.

I've seen alot of brands with rushed work with little to no effort involved out there and we refuse to do what everyone else is doing, so to say that we don't put thought process in our designs is insulting. We've sold out of every shirt we have ever dropped becuase of the quality of the shirts which ARE pima cotton shirts. I hate where brand are going these days to my friend but trust and believe nothing at Camplife is rushed or done without extreme consideration or thought. We usually don't respond with such post but you seem to have attacked our brand with frustration of other brands or failed attempts of your own but we do value your opinion but that my friend wasn't constructive it was an attack.

Peace
I could honestly care less whether you value my opinion or not, but if you don't take ANY feedback into consideration I can see your brand failing in the future. As a person who does not know your brand coming from the outside and looking in, I personally don't see anything different or special about your brand. Let me explain myself again and break it down.

1. Your Name. I did not say your whole name was unoriginal and generic, just the "clothing" part. No shit it's a clothing brand. If you have to add the word "clothing" to it so people understand that it's a clothing brand, then I feel it takes away from your whole name. Regarding the "camp" part, I can see how it is original, but just because it's original doesn't mean it's an actually good name. Nobody would even get it's an acronym unless you had to explain it. There aren't even any damn periods in camp, so who would even guess it's got some type of meaning. The actual acronym seems forced. To me it sounds like you just thought of the word camp and figured out what words could make it have meaning. Having the word "camp" alone is miss leading, I would think you were an outdoors company for god's sake. There is no concept at all behind your brand. You don't even have a target demographic. You say it's for "all walks of life, people who love purple drank, sneakers, etc.," but you just make generic shit. I don't see how any of these pieces would appeal to anyone. Excuse my harshness, but I really don't like this at all. There's a reason these types of clothes get down voted constantly.

2. Your Designs. Branding IS the soul purpose of putting your name everywhere, but the way you execute it makes it look sloppy. The lack of composition between each piece is honestly sad in my opinion. There is no coherence in your collection and it looks like a bunch of random tees. I cannot even tell what in the hell your "dmv" collection is supposed to show. I cannot stress how important composition is with clothing. A big design on the front followed by a big logo on the front underneath it does not even look good at all. Why not make it smaller or put it on the back? Your logo is shit. It does not represent culture nor camping. Another generic logo that takes no effort to make. It seems very lazy to me, not something I'd want to wear around on a shirt since it does not really express anything. You guys have no identity with your brand. It is hard to believe you guys started your own trend considering you don't lead any trends and have not started one. Your facebook page was made in 2013 leading me to believe this brand has not been around for so long, so the fact that you claim to have started a "trend" of some sort is a bit overstated. If these designs weren't rushed, then you need to hire someone who knows how to design! I can make this garbage in 5 minutes if you'd like! Please just ask! If your guy designed for brisk, absolute vodka, or any other brands, then either: A. They didn't use his designs, B. They got some shitty designs, or C. All of the above. No offense to the guy, but honestly, I can make better stuff than this in 10 minutes, no matter what I'm designing or trying to make. If you want to save money, you can actually design yourself and just watch youtube tutorials or take a class. It's really quite intriguing.

3. Your Responses. You know it was criticism, but you took it so personally, that it became an attack on you. I'm not trying to attack you I'm trying give you useful tips that can bring your brand to higher level. Nobody knows your brand! If you've been in the industry for at least long enough to start trends as you said, then maybe people would know about it by now! If you don't usually respond to these comments, it sounds to me like you must get these a lot then. I wouldn't have made these statements unless I felt so strongly about them. If you want to become a successful brand then maybe try listening to your potential buyers here.

By the way, it sounds to me like you're just advertising here. This is a forum, not a social network. Although you can advertise your stuff here, it was meant for critique in this particular thread. Again, don't take my comments so personally, but honestly I think you should change your brand, or at least take some classes, study the industry, and learn a few things as you go on. Good luck with your business, but honestly listen to people here. We are trying to help you!! 
Not at all friend I don't get these at all this is the first one actually that's why i find it entertaining but again it is your opinion my friend. Nor do i take what you say personal, i don't know you  to care on a personal note i'm basing it off the tone of your comment but again, i have other things to do. I'll will take 1% what you said into consideration being that you can't please everyone. but thank you for your "advice" stay in peace and we wish you luck in all your future endeavors.
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Jun 13, 2014 @ 04:08
Hey guys my names Hayden and I own PRMY
I took the word primary and shortened it down to PRMY, so that's what we call it P-R-M-Y, ok now this has gone on way too long. So anyways, we are based out of Chesapeake, Virginia. We have been in the works now for about a few months now, and we hope to speed up production and hopefully open our first shop out in Florida. When I was younger I had an obsession with t-shirts, I don't know why, I just liked them. Probably because with a short sleeves, you don't have to roll up your sleeves to get blood drawn from your arm, like a long sleeve shirt. Why I got blood drawn from my arm all the time, you are probably wondering. When I was younger I was diagnosed with an Immunodeficiency, known as XLA or agammaglobulinemia which means my body does not produce B Cells to fight off virus' or bacteria in my body, which makes my body very vulnerable. Each week I have to inject two small needles into my side areas of my stomach to send plasma or medicine that basically creates B Cells temporarily. By the end of the week I'm normally exhausted and run down because the medicine has worn off, which normally means I have to do my medicine once again. Unfortunately, there is no cure for this defect so therefore I have to live with it for my whole life, considering that the research group is way too small to have the money to find a cure or even be supported. It sucks I know but I feel like that is what makes my company different. Even though I have a disease, I am just like each of you. Sorry if I was talking about myself too much but anyways, we are stoked to announce that our summer drops will be dropping soon with our new Pouch Pocket Tank Tops. Check out our Instagram @prmyclothingsupply or follow us on twitter @PRMYClothing

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Jun 13, 2014 @ 05:48



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