I know most people don’t pay much attention to their t-shirts because well, t-shirts don’t typically cost a lot.
But what happens when you decide to splurge on a designer tshirt? Do you still throw it on the chair? (You definitely know what chair I’m talking about)
Now because we tend to take our t-shirts for granted (I am so sorry on behalf of everyone) when we finally splurge on something pricier, we are near clueless on how to properly store said pricey t-shirt.
What’s the point in getting a couple of cool t-shirts and having it ruined before you get to wear off its price’s worth?
I don’t think that wearing t-shirts would typically be a big favorite with most billionaires, but one t-shirt sure did find its way to get under the skin of one or at least under the skin of his PR people.
More money more problems…yeah, it’s a real thing
When Amazon began, I bet they had a lot of problems with staying afloat as an up and coming company.
In the era of vegans and the fitness/superior health trend, going the organic route with your cool t-shirts is more than just the next popular thing, but one endeavor that makes to increase that excellent comfortable clothing experience.
You hear organic cotton and think to yourself “errr isn’t cotton generally organic?” Well technically, everything that grows from out of the ground is said to be organic, but with organic produce in today’s agricultural technological sphere, the term organic has a different meaning to it.
Ever had a clever idea you thought would immediately transform you into the coolest kids on the block?
Said idea sounded stellar in your head, but when you finally shared it with everyone, 6 kids cried. 10 old ladies gave you the stink eye and did the sign of the cross. The neighborhood drunks immediately sobered up and made to fight you, and everyone else just lost their minds?