November 15, 2006
There is a new tee at Nerdy Shirts this week, Free Hugs. If you're friendly and like giving people hugs, this tee is for you. If you're a little more introverted and don't like to be touched, maybe you should consider another tee. Nerdy Shirts is also having a sale on their tee I Heart Nerds for the next seven days.
All tees at Busted Tees are on sale for a week only. Use the code "TURKEY" at check out, and each tee is only $13.99. This expires on November 21 at midnight, so start your holiday shopping now before it's too late!
November 14, 2006
For the holidays, Threadless is selling all their tees at $10. We aren't sure how long it's going to last, maybe 30 days as this is for their 30 Days of Threadless. But maybe the 30 refers to how they are releasing new tees every day for 30 days. Right now, Threadless has a winner for their The Last Kiss Loves Threadless contest, and there's a picture of Zach Braff wearing it. We also like the reprints Haikus are Easy But..., Loch Ness Imposter, and Lost a Wheel. Also, Threadless is holding a contest to win every tee they make, reprints included, for all of 2007. That's over 550 shirts. Just go to the Loves Threadless page and click the "Count me in!" button under the Threadless Three-Six-Five icon while you are signed in. As an added bonus, every time you buy a tee or hoodie between now and December 13, you'll be added into the drawing pool again.
We just discovered yet another t-shirt company. Fabric 8 sells a bunch of t-shirts for women with some great designs. We really like the Fresa Top, the Japan Tee, and the Me Estas Matando Corazon Tee. We just wish we knew what all the Spanish (it is Spanish right?) meant. Fabric 8 also sells bags, hats and scarves, hoodies (check out the Mod Power Ring Hoodie), and men's tees.
November 9, 2006
The Shirt Snob has found real vintage tees! Most places just try to make their tees look vintage. But at Vintage Vantage you can get tees that are a little worn, but totally cool. From what we can tell, they put some on ebay, some you can buy off their website, and they print their own tees as well. The problem with buying something vintage is that it's obviously not new, and you also don't have a say on the size. And the sizes don't seem to specify if they are men's or women's except in the shirts they print themselves. But we like them a lot, it's a great idea, and we hope you like them too!
November 7, 2006
There's a sale going on at Nerdy Shirts just in time for the holidays. For seven days only, all of their tees will be $14.99. You must use the code "procrastination" at check out though. There are only seven more weekends left until Christmas, so we highly suggestion you get as much of your shopping done now as you can. And the easiest way to do that is to buy online and take advantage of sales like this one. Don't be stuck in the mall on December 23rd this year!
There's new stuff at Threadless today. We like Musical Meditation (but in t-shirt form only, we think the hoodie it's printed on as well is a little too white), I Hate Japanese Food, and Unusual Gentleman. They do have two new designs on hoodies and another on a long sleeve tee, and the Shirt Snob is happy to see the variety even if we aren't super thrilled with those designs.
For today only, Busted Tees is selling their only political shirt Stewart/Colbert '08 on sale at $13.99. You must use the code "Election" at check out for the discount to work. Also, there are a few new tees over at Busted Tees: Don't Hassle the Hoff, Acme Looniversity, and Does This Shirt Make Me Look Frat. We must say we don't like the last one, but we've never really understood how frat can be a adjective.
November 6, 2006
We recently learned of another new t-shirt company, Inspire Brand. They are similar to Threadless in that you can submit and score the tees that are submitted. Then of course you can buy tees as well. One thing we really like about this company is that they show you a scale of about how many tees of each size are left, so you know what is popular and what is about to run out. Each design is available in both men's and women's sizes, although some of the women's designs are on tanks only. Each tee is only $15 except their What is Life About tee which is only $5. We really like this one (can't find a name for it), it looks like a Red Cross piggy bank.
November 3, 2006
We just discovered a new t-shirt company that sells basic tees and tanks, the staple of every wardrobe. Cherry Tee has four major collections. The Bing Collection is made up of all those basics you need such as camisoles, tanks, V-necks, long sleeved tees, and more, all in a variety of different colors. The Rainier Collection is a little more roomy and has a longer silhouette than the Bing, and every tee is made from super soft cotton. The Logo Collection has Cherry Tee's logo on each shirt, and the R. Nichols Meets Cherry Tee Collection has whimsicle designs on their tees. Cherry Tee also has a Tee of the Month Club as well as a Big Bucket 'O Tanks in which you get either five or ten tanks in a white bucket. They sell tees for men and babies as well. A great place to shop for your basics without breaking the bank!
Shop at Cherry Tee by November 10 and get 10% off your order. Use the code "CTAF10" at check out. They also have free shipping on all orders over $50, but we aren't sure if you can use both at the same time.