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Free shipping at Chateau Roux throughout December. Roux are another of those shops I want to check out when I’m in London next week, so I should be able to give you guys a good London shop guide soon.

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Sturban Clothing‘s Pre-Christmas 40% off sale is still going strong.

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Well, how charming of Sehubabe, and it’s not a rebate, it’s a sale.

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15% off everything at Cotton Factory.

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They may only have three designs in store, but they’re all pretty nice and you certainly can’t argue with that price.

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Get 20% off your order at Uchi with the coupon code 31CEDuchi20.

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Tees from €5 with €3 flat fee shipping, not bad considering how expensive it must be for Project A Apparel to live in Dublin.

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Say Hello To Torso Clothing

by Andy on November 21, 2008


Just so we’re clear, this is Torso Clothing, not Torso, its hardly surprising that two companies have sprung up with similar names, though them both being based in Australia does confuse things a bit. Much like the other Torso, this one has some great tees too.

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It looks all cool and stuff

Matt, the guy who used to write Torso the blog, and now runs Torso the clothing company, dropped me a line to let me know that the website had undergone a revamp, making it a lot easier to navigate around and generally pretty-fying it. That’s nice, but the ‘print meter’ is waaayyy more interesting:

Torso really is about putting profits back into producing more tees from talented artists, and so we’ve added a “print meter” under our menu that shows people relatively how close we are to having the money available to bring out a new design. It will be updated every day and will directly reflect profit and returns from sales that we can put towards awesome new stuff. Once the white marker is reached you can be sure we will have something on the go that we can hopefully release shortly.

I don’t really know if seeing a meter would encourage me to buy a tee, but I do think its a really cool idea, showing that buying a t-shirt can actually make a difference to a company is what separates small businesses like Torso from the big fish, and this is a great way of visualising that connection.

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