[Quote]yeah in my line of work (audio engineering) opinions and bashing is an everyday thing. cause it can always be better, in my opinion. I have done so but i haven't found as highly an active forum as this. I'm still searching for the right places to promote to reach my target market. none the less i'm going to keep post and working on it till i finally "get it right".

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[Quote]It's not a "company" just a brand... I don't think anyone could sell a $5 shirt it would be more of a gift cause the shirt itself is like $7-$10 but i dont see $20-$25 as bad considering anything under $20 is labeled "cheap" and who wants to feel undervalued. I'm in agreement and it's all in fun for me but i want to improve and work at it till is becomes paying fun. I only spend $$ on fabrics for my own shirts which are all cut & sew since  most of what's seen on here is ink on shirts and i realized that I want my brand to be more then that. I think those type of prices would be seen as suitable or more fair if its more then just cotton with ink on it; things like lamb skin, snake skin, silk, lycra/wool  etc.

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[Quote]i personally just got my domain from go daddy but i think big cartel its the best by far aside from a word press even though both are good.

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[Quote]Idk though kites and smoking are completely far off in markets but competing for SEO will definitely be a pain. I like high fashion along with street & urban, I want the brand to be boutique quality and want it to be more then just ink on a shirt. That is one thing I realized after searching through here and looking through the catalogs and look-books of the  major brands. So I think simplifying the designs (as suggested) and adding the extra missing quality (that most go hards look for) through the use of different textures/patterns/fabrics as well as keeping the pieces limited to low/moderate quantities. My goal was to get constructive feedback on the colors/designs, input on what to remove/replace/add  etc. like I do from the more technical forums but that seems to come in scarcity around here. I appreciate the food for thought on the name, also4 what do you think the design lacks to attract a non-smoker?

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[Quote]i a combination of photoshop and illustrator. The name is specifically for the target audience (smokers). As far as the designs go i see simplicity to be most common.

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[Image]  Nylon tie strings, aluminum zipper, 100% cotton w/ Leather floral print sleeves and over the word "LifeStyle". I wanted to do the hood in leather but don't know how to sew one.

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[Quote]Thanks, just trying to learn more everyday and work with the little constructive and useful information i get from forums videos and books..

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