Jarren from Just Another Day In East Dayton has decided to start a project called 30 Days of Johnny Cupcakes. He’ll be wearing a different Johnny Cupcakes tee for the next 30 days and will add a little commentary for each shirt worn. Via Johnny Cupcakes.
Here’s his collection. Impressive, huh!
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In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil and Touch No Evil by an unknown Japanese brand andÂ review Lifering by Charlie Noble, a brand born out of a love for sailing and the great outdoors.
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Lifering Logo by Charlie Noble.Pros: A well executed Logo T-Shirt from Charlie Noble. The tee comes individually wrapped in a separate plastic bag from its shipping bag, which is always nice. Lifering features a custom embroidered Charlie Noble neck tag and a custom printed hangtag. You’ll also find a custom embroidered tag on the lower left seam of the T-Shirt. Charlie Noble uses American Apparel branded T-Shirts and the print of the design is very soft. I love the overal execution, design and color selection.Â Cons: Not much. In fact, I can’t really think of any. I seriously dig this T-Shirt. Price: $20.
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil and Touch No EvilÂ by Unknown.Pros: A no frills but super fun T-Shirt! I could imagine someone giving out one of these T-Shirts to each of four friends as a fun little gag gift!Price: $10.