It’s been quite some time since I’ve featured our friends over at Alrightok. We featured Alrightok many, many moons ago on Episode 16 of Co-Tee TV (be sure to check it out if you haven’t already done so). During this time, the Alrightok crew has been very busy. They released a line of tees called Quietus that I totally missed and which has since been marked down in price. You can pick up tees from the Quietus line for $15 a piece.
They also made the move from Florida to Washington, which officially makes Alrightok a West Coast brand. Even with all this madness, Alrightok was able to drop three new tees for their AOK line. The classic swords tees has been re-released in a different colorway and on a v-neck. The black and white AOK logo tee is a classy and welcome addition to the line.
All three shirts are available now from Alrightok and start at $19 but be sure to use the coupon code “coty” at checkout for a whopping extra 20% off your entire purchase!
I missed this while I was away on vacation but while I was gone our buddies from AlrightOK released two new T-Shirt designs. Both Truckin’ and A-OK are now available at the AlrightOK online store for $18. Both are solid designs but I especially like the simple white print of the A-OK design on the ash blanks. And even better, A-OK can be worn inside out! Both of these new tees are available now for just $18. And since Alright OK is part of the Attack of the Coupon Codes promotion you can save even more by using theÂ coupon code “coty” at checkout and save an additional 20% off your entire order!
In this episode I wear 57 CutsÂ fromÂ AlrightOKÂ and review Bears, Beets, Battlestar…Â and You Are What You Eat from Doubletake Clothing, a Virginia based brand started by two very good friends who have known each other for forever and have a common passion of service and awesome shirts! Use the coupon code “cotyeats10sushi” on your next Doubletake Clothing purchase and save 10%. As always, enjoy with tea and a comfy tee!
Bears, Beets, Battlestar…Â by Doubletake Clothing.Â Good:Â Simple yet effective design, comes in two color options (black or blue), printed on American Apparel so you know that you’re getting a soft tee and if you’re familiar with American Apparel than you know what size fits best, perfect shirt for any fan of The Office.Â Bad:Â Very solid shirt but wish it was tagless, slightly pricey despite being a single color print.Â Price: $20.00 but you can save 10% if you use the coupon code “cotyeats10sushi” at checkout.
You Are What You EatÂ byÂ Doubletake Clothing.Â Good:Â Printed on American Apparel, great fit, shirt is super soft, love the green, the print is amazingly soft (love that), great shirt for funny people.Â Bad:Â Same as above.Â Price:Â $20.00 but you can save 10% if you use the coupon code “cotyeats10sushi” at checkout.
57 CutsÂ by AlrightOK.Â Keep the knives away! Huge print here, an older design so a little different from the current AlrightOK offerings, 50/50 polycotton blend, cheap!Â Price: $8.00.
In this episode I wear iSteamphoneÂ by Kevin TongÂ and review Welcome HomeÂ from AlrightOK, a Florida based brand that is a single-minded collective visually expressing their loves, hates and fears through the medium of T-Shirts. Use the coupon code “coty” on your next AlrightOK purchase and save 20%. As always, enjoy with tea and a comfy tee!
Welcome HomeÂ by AlrightOK.Good:Â Great design, lot’s of extras including custom hangtags and pins, screen printed (discharge print) in three different areas (front, back and inner neck), tagless for itchfree comfort, print should get softer after first wash, and the packaging is top notch.Â Bad:Â The tee is printed on an Alstyle blank and is a little baggier than I am used to, but I am sure that after the first wash it will fit perfectly.Â Price: $22.00 but you can save 20% if you use the coupon code “coty” at checkout.
iSteamphoneÂ by Kevin Tong.Â This is a great T-Shirt for any Apple fan or even Da Vinci Fan, would make a great gift! Printed on an American Apparel blank so they are super soft and they fit well. This exploded tee puts other exploded tees to shame! Price: $20.00.
Clothing blog, The Art of Apparel, has an interesting post up that is allowing visitors to vote for their favorite (young) indie tee brands of 2008. The Art of Apparel admin, MadeByMAS, has stated that many of the brands that he chose for voting are ones that frequent the tee site Emptees and doesn’t include oldies and more established brands like Johnny Cupcakes.