Last year. That’s What She Said 2023 Shirt we plundered the kingteeshops archives and published an article about iconic punk t-shirts. It proved to be really popular and generated a fantastic response. Lots of great comments and thoughts about the old punk days. So, we thought it was high time to once more raid the rails of our secret stockroom and share some more classic punk t-shirts from the kingteeshops vault. We’ve been around a long time now, but it never hurts to think back to where you came from. These days, our name is synonymous with a wide range of services – screen printing, direct to garment and embroidery – but printing t-shirts for punk bands was where it started for us. We haven’t forgotten our roots. Sadly, we no longer produce these particular items, but let’s take another stroll down memory lane and look at some vintage punk shirts.
That’s What She Said 2023 Shirt, unisex, premium ladies, longsleeve, hoodie and sweater t-shirt
There’s nothing quite like wearing an article of clothing to really get a handle on it That’s What She Said 2023 Shirt. The manufacturer classify the Changer sweatshirt as ‘fitted’. Not sure I’d totally agree with that. It struck me as more of a regular fitting in terms of the body styling. I’ll settle on a compromise and say that it’s comfortably fitted. Which is a positive from my perspective. This sweatshirt feels contemporary without being ridiculously tight or over-stylised. It’s a good weight at 350 GSM, yet avoids feeling too heavy.
The quality and finish on the Changer sweatshirt is exceptionally good. There are numerous small but very nice touches. A set in sleeve, twin needle stitching at the sleeve, armhole and bottom hems. Herringbone tape and the classic self fabric half moon at the back of the neck. They’re not necessarily major details, but the combined effect is one that speaks of retail quality. Defining the feel of a piece of clothing can be a difficult thing to do. It’s not the same as quantifying the weight of material or examining the quality of the stitching. There’s something almost emotional about how a garment feels on your back. The Stanley Stella Changer sweatshirt feels gorgeous. It’s probably one of the most comfortable tops that I’ve ever worn. Soft yet substantial, light yet also warm. Having worn it for several weeks, the feeling hasn’t got old. I gravitate toward it when choosing what to wear. That’s probably the highest compliment that I can pay it.
Alexander Dvorkin –
I love the quality of this hoodie.
Alayna Tuetken –
davvero carina, il disegno è proprio fatto bene. l’ho presa per fare un regalo ed è piaciuta 🙂
Michael Gray –
Love this shirt. Looks exactly like photo. Fits well.
Samuel Luther –
Brian Guenther –
Good and beautiful as same as picture