From the monthly archives:

July 2013

$10 tees at 410 BC

by Matt on July 22, 2013

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410 BC is having a $10 tee sale…but it’s a surprise what design you get! I would post a picture of their shirts, but I don’t know which one you’re gonna get :) Take a risk, can’t go wrong for $10.

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You know when I stopped writing about all the daily sites like TeeFury and RIPT because the mashups made no sense? I’m pretty sure this one doesn’t really make sense, but my confusion only adds to my enjoyment in this case.

Costiness=$16.99 Buy it at Monsters of Grok

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This is the one chance I have to post a random model wearing a shirt featuring herself looking attractive because I know my girlfriend won’t see it since as this post goes live she’s sat next to me on a beach and I’m pretty sure we’ll have no internet access. Pretty cool shirt though, and a bit less in your face than most of the ‘hot woman on t-shirt’ designs that you see.

Costiness=$21.99 Buy it at Kaloopy

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I would wear the Dickens out of this shirt.

Costiness=$24 Buy it at Fair Goods

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I think we’ve all been there.

Costiness=$15 Buy it here

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BearDollar Latest Releases [Submitted]

by Andy on July 18, 2013



BearDollar are a small, aspiring clothing label specialising in printed garments. We represent an urban East meets West collision with one unique goal… to make BearDollar and look good doing it.

And until the end of July, we are offering free delivery on orders of 2 or more items! (applied automatically at checkout)

Andy: It’s not really my style, but there is a certain charm to their logo/mascot.

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I’m more than seven years into writing about t-shirts and still have little intent on graduating to real fashion.

Costiness=$35 Buy it at The Blonde Collective

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Very cheeky indeed.

Costiness=£14 Buy it at ASOS [via Cottonable]

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“Ernok” t-shirt by Tribe Notion

by Andy on July 15, 2013





Pretty strong design for these guys to launch with, it’s not the kind of thing that I would usually wear, but I can definitely see it appealing to streetwear folks.

Costiness=$45 Buy it at Tribe Notion

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This Is My Power Animal

by Travis on July 15, 2013

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One of 25 awesome cat-themed tees cobbled into list-form over at BuzzFeed. See the rest here or by clicking on the image box above…

Read more of Travis’ writing at It Goes To 11 and The Pet Collective.

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Threadless Goodies! 14/07/2013

by DeeHYA on July 14, 2013

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Thought I’d pop a little weekend Threadless blog on! Although I have to admit there’s not much fresh since I last wrote one!

I was sorting through my drawers before and I have such an epic number of Threadless tees and pretty much all of them have memories attached to them. Absolutely love how clothes that do that!

Bit of a cutesy design first off! I don’t think I’ve ever blogged this one before so I don’t know if it’s a newbie. Midnight Snack by Jorge Lopez shoes a super adorable blue giraffe having a little nom on the moon! I like it, it’s a tee I would totally wear!

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Seen loads of cyclists lately, probably the pretty glorious summer we are having in the UK currently (toucheswood). This tee might be an awesome one for those with a love for bikes. Obviously Word of Bike by Matt Hoch isn’t going to be for everyone, but I think it’s been quite cleverly done.

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Thought I’d slip a cute Toy Story tee in! Although, there seems to be an abundance of black tees in this blog now! Evil Dr. Porkchop by Gregory Gosline portrays probably my one favourite character from Toy Story. I think it’s also quite cool that all the kids movie tees don’t always have to be bright colours!

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I really like this newbie tee. It’s yet another black one! It’s simple and original though, I love the hot colours against the black tee! Melting Point by Dan Burgess is a tee I could totally see my husband in!

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After eyeing up the showcase of Nathan Pyle’s designs I thought I’d pick my favourite one of his to pop in this blog. There’s quite a selection of cute ones but my favourite one is Rarr, I’m a Killer by Nathan Pyle, I have never seen something so adorable dressed up as Death!

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Lastly for this wee blogette because it touches the Geek in me! Totally reminds me of all the hours I spent selling stuff to lighten my inventory in Diablo II (I know it’s Zelda). It’s Dangerous to Go Alone, Take This by Stacy Eyles applied to pretty much every fantasy game EVER!

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Anyway that’s it for my blog! Off for some quiche! Ooh but also there’s a kids sale on Threadless too!

 

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I can’t lie, I have no idea what this shirt is about because I don’t read comics, so I’m not sure of the background, but I do like the design. I’ll let WeLoveFine explain it, maybe it will make sense to some of you.

We are very excited to add another design to the featured group at WeLoveFine.com curated by Matt Fraction, the Eisner Award- nominated writer of Marvel’s Hawkeye! We’ve received many many requests in recent weeks for a Pizza Dog-themed tee, increasingly on the heels of the acclaimed “Hawkeye #11″ issue which takes place from the point of view of Clint Barton’s canine friend. The first of these tees – featuring David Aja’s title card art from the issue – is now available on our site in mens and women’s sizes.

Costiness=$25 Men / Women

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I love the way that us Brits are so down about our weather all the time, even when it’s sunny we’re talking about how it’ll only last a week and that it’s too hot and too dry (or humid). We’re never happy.

Costiness=£19.99 Buy it at Akeke

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I’m going to Cornwall for a couple of weeks starting from tomorrow, so as you’d imagine there’s not going to be a lot of posting going on at HYA. The rest of the bloggers are still available to post, but I think we’re all aware that I am responsible for about 95% of the sites output so we can’t expect the guest bloggers to pick up the slack to that large of an extent. I have written up a few quick posts though so that the site will still have a few updates whilst I’m sat on the many beaches of Cornwall putting a combination of meat and pastry in my face.

As you would imagine, this means that brand pitches and enquiries will have slow responses, even slower than normal, and that submitted posts will be posted upon my return.

The HYA store is going to be closed whilst I’m away, you’ll still be able to browse but the ability to add things to the cart and make a purchase have been removed. There should be a few new items added when I get back, so that’s pretty exciting.

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I really like this style of crest, and the typework on this simple but bold design is pretty nice too.

Costiness=£11.99 Buy it at Check My Flow

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With the weather as hot as it has been at the moment even I’m tempted to start wearing tank tops and just accept that people are going to see a hairy, hairy man walking around the Lake District.

Costiness=$24.99 Buy it at Sacer & Savive

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“Sheep” t-shirt by fuZZ dandy

by Andy on July 11, 2013




I can’t really think of anything to say about it, but I do like this.

Costiness=£15.25 Buy it at fuZZ dandy

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HAYHAY got in touch recently to let me know that they exist, and I’m really glad that they did, because even though they’ve only got three tees in their debut collection they’re all really nicely put together and very wearable. They’re attractively priced at €15 each too. HAYHAY say they’re already planning their next round of designs, so let’s see what the future brings for them!

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I’m curious, why would someone want to go around with a t-shirt that has ‘Just the Tip!’ written on it? So that women can know to avoid them?

New shirts $14 this week going up to $19 next week at Tshirt Laundry.

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Blote Armen, translated ‘bare arms’, is a new, Dutch T-shirt webshop focussing on the promotion of young and/or eccentric artists. With variation in styles and products we hope to reach a wide public. So, don’t hide your arms, show them!

Andy: Well, their name certainly makes a lot more sense than mine, and they’ve got some cool tees too!

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