Need Public Domain apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.
This brand is an emerging contender for the title of “hottest graphic tees.”
Known for their edgy, urban designs, this label is becoming a fast favorite on the fashion scene with celebrity fans such as Zac Efron, Seth Green, Rumer Willis, Mischa Barton, and Paris Hilton.
Featuring bright colors and retro graphics, the tees are rising in popularity along with the resurgence of vintage fashion. Their designs are reminiscent of the advertisements and pop art of the ‘60s.
These funky t-shirts are available on the company’s website (http://www.publicdomainclothing.com), Shopstyle as well as at Intermix and Urban Outfitters retail stores.
FROM THE BLOGS:
I figure that when your brand name is a term that is so commonly used, the decision makers for this brand threw up their hands at any possibility of owning or occupying the top of the online search results for this brand. And it shows. It was not until I added the word "clothing" to my search term that I saw them in the search results and it was near the bottom of the page What I saw was not an interview or a review of collection or an announcement regarding at which new store the brand might be next be available. It was a collection of photos of people wearing their tees on what looked like someone's personal Blogger page. They were very nice tees but the presentation did not a convey a sense that his brand was very hip or exclusive.
There was a better display of this brand's tees listed on top of the next page of results on an interesting blog, tcritic.com. They have a tee which displays an image of a Polaroid camera. I think it has a fun, retro feel to it. There was also another website, tee-junction.com that displays a tee from Public Domain with a really cool design. It's an image of two astronauts on the moon in with image of the distant planet Earth behind. With their positioning, they present the image of a skull. The article also mentions a promocode TAKE40, but given that the blog post was from 2009, my guess is that it's probably not valid right now.
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