This is from the Vintage Retro Band Supertramp shirt. It’s crowded, looks tacky and the t-shirt image is so small I have no idea whether I would like it or not. So basically I would need to click on each t-shirt and visit each t-shirt page (there is no preview) individually to check them out. If that’s the case, then we don’t need the t-shirt name or price on the home page. Unless there are a substantial number of reviews I wouldn’t put the ratings on the home page at all. The “Almost Gone”, “New”, and “Best Seller” tags are ugly and non-uniform which irritates me. That’s me being harsh but here’s my advice. Get rid of all the text for these products and increase the image size by about 3 or 4 times so that the shoppers can see the design clearly and will know if they are interested without having to click on the links. Frankly, if the shopper is interested in the product, the price (within reason) will not be a deal breaker. And people already know in general how much t-shirts cost. If you want to have “Almost Gone”, “New”, and “Best Seller” tags, overlay them on the large images.
Vintage Retro Band Supertramp shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
Hooded garments date back to Medieval Europe or even earlier Vintage Retro Band Supertramp shirt, but the first hooded sweatshirt was made in the 1930s and since then it’s gone from strength to strength. The term ‘hoodie’ was coined in the 1990s and, after some initially dubious connotations, has come to simply mean a zipped or pullover top with a hood. History lesson over, let’s get a look at the hoodies. These are 7 of the best blanks currently available when it comes to customisation (numbered for reference, rather than ranking). Most are suitable for Screen Printing and Embroidery.
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