The Shirt Snob recently discovered yet another t-shirt company. This one, Misswit Designs, is the original maker of the Stewart/Colbert '08 tees, which we've shown you at Busted Tees in the past. Besides that great one, they have some 80s influenced tees and the Dotsie collection, named after the designer's mother who influenced them. They also sell some other designs as well, such as the Flower Vine tee.
October 21, 2006
Nerdy Shirts is having a sale on their I Heart Google tee. It's only $14.99 for three more days we think. We were so excited to see this, but it's only available for men. Luckily, they also have a new tee out that is available for women, Dinosaurs Were Big.
October 19, 2006
Although the Shirt Snob isn't the biggest nerd, the Shirt Snob husband is a bit of a geek, so we can appreciate many of the tees from Nerdy Shirts. They have a bunch of cute designs that we think would actually apply to a bunch of people, not just the nerdy, uber smart people out there. Almost all of their tees come in women's sizes, and they have a great feature to tell which they are. Just mouse over the design, and stick figure men and women appear to let you know if the shirt is available for which sex. Some of our favorites are The Last Supper, The Silverware Family, and Reading is for Awesome People, and a few we don't understand (Haduken???), but if you are a bit of a nerd at heart or wear your nerdiness on your sleeve, these tees are great.
October 18, 2006
The Shirt Snob has been lucky enough to discover a great t-shirt shop, Wild Garden. All of their goods are limited edition prints, with 100 or less of each being produced. Some of our favorites from this site include Aflutter, Twiggy, and Mobile. They have a few designs each in tank tops, short sleeve, and long sleeve varieties, and they also sell men's tees, children's tees, and scarves and bags. A portion of their profits also go to UNICEF, so consider supporting a great small business and children at the same time!
This week at Threadless, the Shirt Snob's all time favorite design (although one we aren't so sure we'd actually wear) is back. The Morning After is so funny, we just can't stop laughing. We were just saying on Monday how we wished it would be reprinted, and here it is! Another reprint that we like is Puppet Ballet, and the new tee Blow With the Wind is also nice.
October 17, 2006
Busted Tees has a new tee out, Amish: Don't Drink or Drive. What can we say? It's true, it's funny, and we're really glad that we are able to do both. Just not at the same time.
October 16, 2006
We're sure all of you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We hope to show you some great things you can buy which will also be helping this very important cause throughout the month. First up are tees from Cafe Press. As they say on their site:
CafePress.com will donate 40% of the retail price of all products sold through the Breast Cancer Donation Shop through October 31, 2006 to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation or another non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a core purpose of raising awareness and funding breast cancer research and education.
There are hundreds of great designs out there, so consider buying one and doing some good. Also remember that each design often comes on a huge variety of different styles, colors, and items, including pins, coffee mugs, bags, and much more.
We recently discovered a new t-shirt site, The Tee Party. They sell both men's and women's shirts, and we really like them, so we thought we'd let you know about them too! Some of our favorites include She Hearts Skulls, Ladybug, Pieces of My Heart, and Sun Rays. We also love the rotating pictures at the side. They show real women wearing the tees, not just super skinny models, and that's refreshing as well as nice because it shows us how the shirts will look on the average person.
October 12, 2006
It's Threadless time again, and we aren't super thrilled with their new tees. Out of a bunch of new ones, we only like Breaking Up Is Hard To Do and Haikus are easy but... because it made us laugh. However, one of our all time favorites tees is reprinted, Cookie Loves Milk. It's also available in children's sizes, and we think it'd be perfect for a child!
October 11, 2006
A new t-shirt company, ExtraNifty Tees, just launched on October 1, and although they only have three shirts they're selling so far, we really like them. The artwork is great, and each is available in both men's and women's sizes. They are Hope It Helps, Ted Drew the Short Straw, and I Promised You the Moon. They are having a $12 tee launch sale, so if you like them, get over there and support this new company while the tees are still cheap!