Overcooked

by Andy on March 15, 2006

chairs

I’m straddling a dangerous line of promoting a tee here, but only because I didn’t realise that Hard Boiled clothing were ever so helpful to their customers and have made many (all? I haven’t had time to check) of their designs available as a tee/ scoop neck/ three-quarter length/ long sleeve (HYA’s main concern)/ tank top and as a raglan. My choice for the day comes in a wide variety of colours too, power to the consumer!

I don’t know what a raglan is, and google images isn’t really helping me (best clothes blogger ever!).

I really like the idea of making designs available in different types of apparel, and I wish I saw it more, but it is understandable that many of the smaller independent artists that I feature here can’t afford to take the risk.

I like this chairs long sleeve T (or raglan), the design is simple yet interesting, and I guess from the inset picture is has printing on the back, and I love printing on the back, unless it’s tour dates for a band in which case it just lets people know I went to see the Foo Fighters in 2002.

Costiness=$Various, if a raglan has long sleeves then it’s $34, the long sleeve tee version is $42, URL here.

  • Arlette

    Raglan = shirt with raglan shaping for the sleeves. Regular t-shirts have a slightly set-in sleeve, where the armhole is “scooped” out of the side of the shirt and the sleeve is sewn into that hole.

    For a raglan, the sleeve and the body of the shirt meet at about a 45-degree angle that starts at the bottom of the armpit and ends at the top of the shoulder. Short answer: regular tee = set-in sleeve, baseball shirt = raglan.

  • Arlette

    P.S. LUUURVE shirt blogs. Thanks for this one!

  • http://andrewbowness.com Andy

    Thanks for clearing that up Arlette (cool name btw it makes Andy seem mighty pedestrian). And thanks for the luuurve, validation is worth almost as much as advertising money!

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