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Naive Clothing are back!

by Andy on September 3, 2009


Is it weird that I’m getting nostalgic about a clothing company making a (hopefully triumphant) return when they didn’t actually close that long ago, and I’ve only been running this site for about three and a half years? When am I allowed to start nostalgic about things?

Naive were actually first posted on HYA during it’s first moth of existence (and yes, I know there’s a typo on that post, and no, I’m not going to fix it), so if I was going to get nostalgi about anyone it would be them. It’s great to see them back, even if it is in a slightly cut down way in the form of a Store Envy storefront (a company who I’ve been hearing good things about, by the way). There are currently seven new designs up for sale, but people saying “who the hell are Naive Clothing and why does Andy like them so much?” might want to take a look at the clearance section, which has their older stock available at the ridiculously low price of $8 for a tee. Welcome back Josh!

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A very Naive sale

by Andy on June 1, 2006

Naive Clothing have got a sale on from June 1st (now) till June 7th, it runs like so:

All items are discounted.
Guys $10.00
Girls $13.00
Tote Bags $9.00
Messenger Bags $10.00
Joggers $30.00
hoodies $25.00

If you’re lucky enough to be at the warped tour Naive will be at the Florida dates and SC + NC dates (South and North Carolina?), be sure to check them out, tell’em Andy sent’cha, they’ll probably get confused!

Oh, and they’ve earnt their first $1000, for the charities that they’re supporting, wooo philanthropy.


Naive Clothing Take Stock

by Andy on May 21, 2006

Naive clothing have restocked a load of their great designs, so if you couldn’t buy what you wanted before, its far more likely that you will be able to now.

Head on over and check out whats in stock (apparently some of the smaller sizes are selling pretty quickly)


It feels as if not a month goes by without me mentioning the good work that is being done at Naive Clothing, but after my Star-Wars-nerd blushes were spared by Josh last week over that Pete Wentz hoodie I figure I owe them one more post.

Something I like about Naive is that everything has a point, the products have a backstory, they have a manifesto/mission statement that they actually actually believe in, and they don’t want to get rich… and they’re literally putting their moeny where their mouth is on that one, by supporting six organisations with their Our Profit for their Profit programme.

There’s a lot of great stuff in their super-fresh Spring/Summer line, lots and lots of new tees, with some great designs in there. If I hadn’t banned myself from buying tees (one of my few addictions) then I’d have quite the shopping basket. But HYA is about the sleeves, so let’s get back on track.

There are 2 new sleeved products available (1 hoodie and 1 track jacket) in the Spring/Summer line, on the left is ‘Extension of Grasp‘ ($33), and has a great red/white contrast. The hoodie on the right, called ‘Outlet‘ ($30), may seem a bit familiar to fans of the O.C., but I guess that any hoodie with an electrical outlet on it will be compared to the Option-G take on the plug-socket, and I prefer Naive’s anyway.

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My facade is brilliant

by Andy on March 6, 2006

only you copy

It’s Monday again, so you (might) know what that means, time for another designer/blogger to do all my work for me. This week it’s Josh Naive Clothing, who was able to help out even though he recently became an uncle (that’s right Josh, I flickr stalk, big-time!).

It combines embroidery as well as screen printing and some awesomely well done small print which you can read on the web site. These guys are truly an inspiration to us at Naive Clothing. We love the creativity they come up with in their designs, the combination of embrodery and screen printing is great. I do not own the hoodie cause they don’t have my size but if they did I would own it.

Hope that helps man!
Joshua Martin

It’s a good choice, some people might want to avoid the religious text for personal reasons, but I think it’s a decent quote, from a company that have plenty of excellent wearables in their store.

Costiness=$45, URL here


Fly high

by Andy on February 21, 2006

view1 10-35-25It may well look as if I’m just working my way through the same stores, but I’m only coming back to Naive because I didn’t want to forget about this particular hoody. And they’ve got a new line coming out in the spring (that looks real good btw) that will probably usurp currently available line-up.

It’s the dove hoody, which reminds us that we always have to pursue our dreams as they were given to us for a reason… philosophy lesson over. Great design, great price (costiness=$27), and a great company too.


I trust ‘em

by Andy on February 8, 2006

NAIVCL_mapjogggerNaive clothing have some pretty schweetl looking gear in their store (run by the pretty looking Merchline), their style is kind of like art on t-shirts, I’m definitely bookmarking them for future reference.

Their selection of hoodies isn’t wide, but like most stores I feature the quality makes up for it, I’ve picked out this ‘Map’ jogger, with it’s bigger-than-average print and the way the map just casually slides across the zip in the middle, you know you’re getting something a little bit different, and that’s why you’re here right?

Costiness=$30 and it’s only available in XL, take that you thin losers!


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