Finally, I have my final design completed. After a little tweaking, and here she is! It'll probably be on a black tshirt, with a crew neck and hopefully an alternative apparel tee, which are even softer than american apparel (in my opinion).
I need to get a couple more quotes for screenprinting but hopefully they'll be done by mid-February.
On another random note, I recently went bra shopping at Nordstrom's last week (which, by the way, is the best place to shop for a bra!). I had no idea that my size had changed substantially in the past few years and ended up replacing my entire collection with 4 new, snug, properly fitted bras. Upon getting myself fitted for a new bra, I noticed several similarities to shopping for gear. I guess it's like getting ready for any athletic activity, right? Whether you're cycling, playing football, soccer or anything else where you have to completely change your outfit given the circumstances.
Apparently I was wearing a size to large in chest size and 2 sizes too small in cup size. I'm not going to reveal these numbers, but if you're a guy, just ask your woman friend what this means and she'll explain it to you. Basically, I wasn't wearing a small enough size, causing my straps to constantly fall down. It's a bit snugger than I'm used to, but after a few weeks, my bras will stretch and feel looser.
When you're spending 10-12 hours a day in something like a bra, you really want it to fit perfectly. And it definitely takes seeing someone that knows what they're talking about, in terms of proper fit. Knowing what does and doesn't work for your body is so important and can make such a huge