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July 4, 2006

{     Ordinary Clothing     }’s a lot in a name, it gives you something to remember, relate to, and can even inspire. In fact sometimes a name is the hardest endeavor when starting up a clothing line, and can even make or break your investment. Well NY based Ordinary thought simple in name, and intense in design…and what a combo that was! I mean Ordinary doesn’t really make you initially think “amazing clothing line full of potent designs, and addictive garments” but once you see what they can produce one can understand that sometimes not everything is in a name. I love Ordinary because of its focus on producing great shirt designs, while keeping everything available and affordable to your everyday Joe. Every year I watch them grow and expand while never doing a 180 and alienating their fan base, but don’t take that as Ordinary being “ordinary”. With each season they delve a little more into the fashion world with new garments, and more intriguing designs while keeping everything fresh and innovative. Simple, affordable, and flashy…something that will always impress me. I love the sewn in spider logo tags, and enjoyed the goodies like stickers and buttons included in every order. Taking the time to go the extra mile shows a dedication and appreciation to their customers. And the fit? Well lets just say when I tried on my t-shirt I felt like Goldilocks…not to big, not too small…but j-u-s-t r-i-g-h-t…I’m looking forward to what Ordinary has in store for us in the future and so should you.

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