I know I haven't shown any of my clothes on here yet. But later this month I'm dropping a small collection called the "Treasure Pack".
Just read your "Long story short" Blog entry and became a fan bro.
Just went through the same thing with my printer. Had my shirts for a month and never touched them. Only broken promises and dates.
The shirts look super clean though.
I'll be looking you guys up
Damn, just read the entry too.
That's horrible customer service.
I worked with a local printer and we sent messages back and forth via email.
He responded within the same day, sometimes within a few hours.
I sent him the artwork, he then sent me a proof and invoice.
The proof (mock up) wasn't exactly how I wanted so I responded and got everything sorted out.
Once I was happy with the way the mock up looked, I gave him the approval and the next day
around noon I got an email telling me that I could pick up the shirts.
They looked exactly as I wanted to.
I was only worried about the blanks I chose to use because I never heard of them before.
I wanted AAA Alstyle but they didn't have any, I decided to use their in house Next Level blank tees.
Very soft ring spun cotton, the color was very deep/dark.
A lot of my friends liked the shirt and the blank's material.
how do you like Next Level shirt in comparison to Alstyle.
After wahes and the neck line after washing.
I use 1301 because I like how they feel even after they wash and the next stays tight as well.
I personally really really like Next Level. It doesn't get as much shine as Alstyle, and American Apparel because its not used by the bigger brands but still stands strong against them. I get nothing but complements on how soft my tees are. However, at the end of the day it depends on the target market your trying to sell to. (hip-hop heads/sneaker heads more loose, city/urban style more fitted, etc etc)
Can I ask what Next Level blanks you used and where you got them from?