Does anyone know if you can heat press a burn out t-shirt? Just wonder because they are so thin if it would work?
I think it's an enormous leap to suggest treated shirts are a "homosexual" fashion (and probably pretty offensive to many users of this forum). Meterosexual, yes, as that is a stylistic fashion trend. "Homosexual fashion trend" is just an obnoxious stereotype.lostwages said:There's a big market for metro sexual / homosexual shirts
Metrosexual is just a politically correct term coined because 1) People finally decided to get some taste, and don't like being called gay, 2) Marketing a product as "homosexual style" isn't going to work very well. Like so many appellations it's all about putting people in their place and defining a safe Us and Them.monkeylantern said:Meterosexual, yes, as that is a stylistic fashion trend.
Good point Let's keep this on that topic and if you get a test t-shirt printed, let us know how it turns out.Wow....where did this topic go? I was just wondering if the shirt would hold a transfer.
Heh, fair point.TheJunkyard said:Wow....where did this topic go? I was just wondering if the shirt would hold a transfer.