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it depends what kind of beanies youre looking for. i dont own or know what that beanie feels like. i know a place that sells blank beanies but i dont know if youre looking for wool, acrylic or cotton beanies. lmk if you need. help. youre on your own for the patchesAnybody know a good place to buy beanies in bulk? Looking to break into the menswear market through headgear. I know i can go to American apparel, but was looking to see if anybody knew of other places I could look. If anybody copped the "Respect the Wild" beanie from back in 07, im looking for beanies that feel/look like that.
any help would be greatly appreciated!
copypasta nowwwwhonestly, do the research first. Then come ask. Hate to sound like a dick but honestly some of these "new brands" need to do their research. I have been working on my brand for the last almost 5 years and I am glad I did the research because it leaves you with alot more options. Its really not hard AT ALL to find manufacturers. Another thing is you new brands need to uderstand is that there is not 1 company that makes everything (shirts,jackets,hats,etc) for one brand. For the most part, you will be working with multiple manufacturers.Originally posted by Inactive UserAnybody know a good place to buy beanies in bulk? Looking to break into the menswear market through headgear. I know i can go to American apparel, but was looking to see if anybody knew of other places I could look. If anybody copped the "Respect the Wild" beanie from back in 07, im looking for beanies that feel/look like that.
any help would be greatly appreciated!
Like I said, do your research first. You got to be more willing to do research for your brand than just go on a forum and expect answers. That right there shows disrespect and no dedication towards your brand. Also, why is it so easy for so many people to just start a brand? having a clothing brand is more than just a couple tees and hats. Alot of you make 2 or 3 seasons and then nobody ever hears of you again lmao... why? because you have 3 good ideas and then after that its downhill. This isnt for everyone so I think alot of you need to realize that having a brand is a long term move. You have got to work hard and sacrifice alot of time to have a succesful brand. No sacrifice, no victory.
Like I said, not trying to sound elitist but its so easy for some of you to "make a brand"... but good luck to all of you.
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I just used a word that I felt best described the whole feeling I was going for with the brand, straight up, no supply co or anything at the end of it.Howd yall come up with the name of your brand?
yes better as far as not making your brand look like another brand out there. theres a bunch of brands out there i see looking just like HYPE, not just yours. i think if you just sit and think about your name and brand you will be able to come up with your own stuff. the last thing you want to do is have other people see your brand looking similar but downgraded from another brand. create your own brand and create your own meaning. i spent weeks thinking about my brand as a whole, because i dont want people mistaking my brand with another. let people know you took time, effort and thought into your own brand. im personally not a fan of the word crispy, but if crispy is what your going for.....run with it. everything that pops into your mind with the word....write it down, get artistic with it to create a brand that represents that. as of right now, i would rather go by the clothing that looks like yours, but has way more credit behind it....dont be lazy and steal other looks from other companies, create your own ideas and people will like your brand that much more. it definitely has a lot of potential....best of luck with itWell with All honesty, I don't think that Crispy is similar to the word swag. It's a word I've used for the longest, and a word a lot of skateboarders use. Its always gonna be around, because it is also an actual word, So in some way people will keep remembering it. Mabye when they go to buy a Crispy chicken sandwich or something. But in all honesty, I agree, it needs work, not with the name, but quality, its legit, but it could be better right?
Every brand starts off from graphic tees, hoodies, ect. Not every brand can jump into "unique garments" and cut and sew, Would you really buy those type of items from a new brand when you can get them from an established brand for usually cheaper? Its all about working your way up.man, i would've thought that because you're all part of the hypebeast community that you guys wouldn't be putting out such juvenile fucking designs. i say this because i care, stop wasting your time trying to start a shitty clothing line and actually take some classes on how to create proper unique garments, then worry about graphic design later. fuck these childish brands