Co-Tee TV Episode 30: Skilla Fashion, Power of Peace and New York

The second episode of the scheduled five this is week is here and it features an up-and-coming brand based out of New York, New York, Skilla Fashion. I review Power of Peace, a limited edition shirt, from Skilla Fashion. And if you’re wondering what the heck “Skilla” means, well, you’ll have to watch on to find out!

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Power of Peace by Skilla Fashion. Pros: Excellent custom packaging, shirts come wrapped in tissue paper. Package included extra goodies like Skilla Fashion buttons and stickers. Shirt is screen printed in three different areas: front, back and inner neck. Shirts are tagless for itch free comfort. Not sure what brand blank was used but the shirt fit well and felt great. Comes with a hangtag for a professional touch. Nice, large multi-colored print. If you are into streetwear/urbanwear than Skilla Fashion will probably appeal to you. Cons: Nothing really, I was really impressed by the product that Skilla Fashion sent me, from the packing to the shirt itself. If you dig this style of clothing then you’ll probably want to check out the rest of the Skilla Fashion line. Price: $20.00

Power of Peace

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Comments

  1. sweetie says

    i placed my first t-shirt order after reading a post from your site (love it! many thanks!) and the seller included stickers. i liked the added freebie but i have no use for the stickers. honestly, i think vendors should either upgrade to a pen or something of the like that’s more useful.

  2. says

    You know, I’ve never thought of that, Sweetie – but very cool idea! And if they print their logo/brand name on the pen then they get the same kind of advertising they would if someone slapped the sticker on a notebook.

    Out of curiosity, what shirt did you buy?

    @Skilla – you’re totally welcome! Thanks for sending the shirt over, buddy!