Review: Medicated Clothing
Medicated Clothing is a new independent t-shirt company that has limited print designs. They were founded by a woman named Jamie who creates the designs and runs the website. A goal of theirs was to make designs that culd stand alone as artwork. Here's what the company says about themselves:
MEDICATED CLOTHING was founded in an attempt to bring something new to fashion. Original designs and collaboration with artists who work in a variety of different fields is where it begins. Today t-shirts, tomorrow... more t-shirts. But someday the world!
Their designs are totally different than anything we've seen before. Many of them are like photographs. We think that they would be good conversation starters, and this makes Medicated Clothing stand apart from many of the other tee companies out there. Each one is available in both mens and womens sizes and come in six different colors.
We were sent Social Anxiety Disorder in green. We received a medium, and we found it to be a little smaller than other mediums we've received in the past. It is form fitting throughout the body, and the arm holes were a bit tight too. Make sure to buy a size up if you are in doubt. We really liked the length of the shirt. It came to the upper part of our hip, which is perfect in our opinion. The design was nice and clear. It seems to be an iron on and not silk screened, and it was placed perfectly on the shirt. It was placed just above the bust area. The tee is also quite thick, perfect for the winter months. The green color is a bit bright, so make sure that's what you want if you order that color. It held up in the wash great too.
We definitely like our tee from Medicated Clothing. If you are looking for a unique design on your tees, you should consider buying from this company. Also, make sure to check out their featured artist section of their homepage if you are into music. They have a bunch of cool musicians and artists you probably have never heard of before!
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Posted by Laura at December 17, 2007 12:14 PM