Sean’s survey said he’s willing to take risks. Of course, that means that we have to take risks as well—the more room to experiment, the more things can go wrong. I hope that Sean’s happy with what I believe is the wildest shirt I’ve sent out so far. The pattern is paneled sorta like the flag of Maryland, but with much more turqouise.
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A Western-style Shirt: Your survey says you occasionally take risks, Sean! That’s my only defense for this shirt. That and it’s objectively awesome. Black with pink and blue southwest-style pattern in opposite corners, point collar, and tucked under pockets. Why don’t they make more of these?! Made in the USA by Steer West.
A Striped T-shirt: Well, this one’s a bit more pedestrian. Based on the tag, I’ll date this one to the mid nineties. Hanes, of course, once manufactured t-shirts across North Carolina, but they’ve since off-shored all production. This striped t-shirt is, of course, made in the USA. Heavy jersey cotton with red and blue. Should get better with age.
A Bow-tie: I like the small print on the silver background. Will work with plaid, solid, or teal & pink patterned western shirts.
Some other things: Hope these are worth the time to explore and fun to have.