It’s fun to hunt for t-shirts with a known connection to some element of history or pop culture. It’s more fun, turns out, to find the t-shirt first and the connection months later. Continue reading
The Levi’s 501XX is my and many others’ favorite piece of clothing. It’s about as reliable and timeless and perfect as it gets, and has a well-documented, culturally significant history.
And for that reason, many, many, many people have already written awesome things about Levi’s 501s, and they know a heck of a lot more than I do. Here’s a bunch of interesting links Continue reading
I’m late to the party, but when I saw Champion Reverse Weave Crewnecks for $99 at UnionmadeGoods and saw that Urban Outfitters had exclusive colors, I figured I should chime in. Continue reading
Vintage crewneck sweatshirts are the backbone of this business. If you hate crewneck sweatshirts, Comma, Vintage, may not be the subscription service for you. But if you love vintage crewneck sweatshirts, then boy, have you come to the right place. Continue reading
I have a sincere interest in space travel, so when I found this t-shirt at Brimfield I got pretty excited: paper thin, well worn, slight pit stains, and an awesome graphic and sentence.
The copyright label dates it to 1981, but I want to share some additional knowledge for the next time you find a garment with a large picture of the space shuttle on it.
Big Data and Big Oil are not inherently defined, just umbrella terms that shelter an unfixed collection of ideas and institutions.
Big Flannel, though, is per my distinction a specific thing. And it refers to any flannel shirtmaker brand name of which the first word is “Big.” I count three: Big Mac, Big Yank, and Big Mike.