Six Tees 4 Summer Time

It’s summer and it’s tee time. This summer TTG decides to feature young entrepreneurs with amazing T-shirt designs and they are brands you ought to know. As you decide to wear Tees this season, make sure you check out these six brands and have a good Tee time.

Johnny Cupcakes – $35.99

Johnny cupcakes doesn’t sell cupcakes but T-shirts. This young entrepreneur started off selling his T-shirts from the trunk of his car in 2001 and steadily grew his business to become the big T-shirt brand that it is today with a very huge following.

(Guy is just a model not Johnny)

Ugmonk – $24

Ugmonk is a brand launched with its center around love for typography and minimal design. First launched in August of 2008 with a mission to provide high-quality products with simple, fresh graphics.

Threadless – $20

Threadless is an online community of artists and an e-commerce website based in Chicago, Illinois. In 2000, co-founders Jake Nickell and Jacob DeHart started the company with $1,000 of their own money. The Threadless designs are created by and chosen by an online community.

Saturdays NYC – $40

Saturdays creates, designs and produces its own line of menswear focusing on high-quality craftsmanship, authenticity and traditional style. First opened in August 2009 and has had its T-shirt featured in GQ.

Agape Attire – $22.99

Agape attire started from their bedroom with one design and $250 in 2006. “They’re not just another T-shirt company but a family spreading love and hope through clothing”. Agape attire is also a company based on the christian faith of the founders as you can see from the images and designs on their clothing.

Allen and Fifth – $25

Allen and Fifth is a T-shirth brand started by creative nigerian entrepreneurs. Their designs are inspired by nigerian slangs and culture, and are done in a modern and very stylish fashion.

Feel free to check out their websites following the links in red.

Thanks for reading, and please keep checking for updates.

TTG,

P.N.U

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