Everything You Need To Know About Best Friend T-Shirts

We are proud of our best friends and want to do almost anything together. One of the ways of showing your friendship is having matching t-shirts. To make the outfits interesting and fun you need to have interesting designs.

Best Friend t-shirt designs

Here are some of the interesting designs that you should think about:

My Bae, My boo: You should have the sign “My Bae” on one t-shirt and “My Boo” on the other. To make it more fun you should have arrows on the outfits showing the direction of your best friend.

Best Babes: as best friends you are babes and you should let the world know about it by having “Best Babes” t-shirts. All you need to do is to approach a high quality designer and ask him/her to in script the words, “Best” and “Babes” on two different t-shirts. To create identical looks you should dye your hair the same colour and wear matching pants.

Avocado friendship: an avocado is a healthy fruit and having it on both of your outfits is a sign of a healthy relationship. You should have one half of an avocado on one t-shirt and the other half on the other t-shirt.

Infinity beyond: if you have been friends for a long time and your friendship keeps on getting stronger you should get an “Infinity Beyond” t-shirt. One t-shirt should have “Infinity” and the other “Beyond.” To make the t-shirts identical you should ensure that they are made from the same material. You should also ensure that they both have the infinity sign.

Guide on how to buy t-shirt

Regardless of the design that you are looking for, there are a number of basic factors that you should consider when buying a t-shirt. Here are some of the factors:

Size: what’s the size of your best friend? There are many sizes of outfits in the market and all you need to do is to find the one that is right for you.

Style: just as they come in different sizes, t-shirts come in different styles. The most common ones are: long sleeved, sleeveless, muscle, shape wear, tank top and short sleeved. You should research and find the style that your best friend likes. You should also consider the body type of your best friend.

Necklines: you need to choose the neckline that your friend likes. Some of the options that you have include: high crew, high V-neck, low crew, and low-V neck.

Material: there are many materials that you can go for. The most common are: cotton, polyester, cotton blends and polyester mesh. Each material has its pros and cons. For example, cotton is soft, natural and comfortable, but it wrinkles easily. Polyester is breathable, soft, comfortable, but it tends to have a shiny look.


This is what you need to know when buying matching best friend t-shirts. For the outfits to last for a long time you should buy them from a reputable store.

We have many types of matching best friend shirts that come in different designs. The designs are guaranteed to strengthen your friendship. Visit us at http://www.imprints-tshirt.com/matching-best-friend-shirts to know more about us.

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Victor Wong: a rising star in the fashion industry


Strutting down the catwalk in fantastically funky sunglasses, the models posed in the spotlight before hundreds of eager fans: that was a scene from last week’s London Fashion Week show.

The sunglasses’ shiny metals, sharp edges, and eccentric designs are all the brainchildren of 27-year-old Chinese fashion designer Victor Wong.

As one of the few Chinese designers to be featured in the world-famous fashion show, Wong has brought a breath of fresh air to the fashion industry.
Inspiration for sunglasses

For Victor Wong, breaking into the fashion industry with his innovative sunglasses was both a coincidence and a certainty.

Growing up in a small county named Xupu in China’s culturally diverse Hunan province, Wong always enjoyed walking along the Xushui River in his hometown. On its banks, he saw many vendors selling their beautifully-made handicrafts.

The bright colours, the tinkling sounds of their metals, and the unique hawking styles of the sellers all fascinated him.

“I can still recall the scene near the river, and I feel so attached to my hometown,” says the designer. “Every day when I went to school I would walk past that river and take a look at the crafts. They have definitely influenced my designs in a way that I didn’t even notice. I guess it’s in my blood now.”

However, the decision to make sunglasses the flagship products of his brand was a chance event.

While Wong was studying product design at the UK’s University for the Creative Arts, he enjoyed looking for inspiration in shops and exhibitions. One day, as he walked out of the department store Harrods in London, something shiny in a nearby shop window caught his eye.

The powerful and piercing light reflected from the mystery object was visible even from a distance. Wong approached the window with great curiosity, and was surprised to discover he was looking at a pair of sunglasses.

“It certainly stood out, and I realized right then that sunglasses were going to be the first things that I designed,” says Wong, recalling the special day when he got his inspiration. “At the end of that day, I dreamt of that sharp, shiny metal pattern – as if it was reminding me of something. So when I woke up, I immediately drew the design.”

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Inside the Whimsical World of Twin Cities Fashion Designer, Samantha Rei


Samantha Rei Crossland is someone you’ll never forget after you meet her. She is a colorful burst of energy contrasted against the greyscale landscape of the mundane world. This Twin Cities based fashion designer and artist is the poster child for the vibrant, innovative and growing fashion scene in Minnesota. Samantha, known for her impeccable sense of style and “cartoon” rainbow-colored locks, became a notable figure in the fashion scene due to her distinctly fanciful approach to her work. All of her designs are bold, smart and wearable, yet maintain a high level of functionality that makes her work a gem in the world of modern fashion.

She has been influenced by a range of inspirations, from the opulent designs of Alexander McQueen, to the demurely soft and feminine designs of Kate Spade–which explains why her unconventional style encompasses so many contrasting elements that blend together harmoniously. Fifteen years after she first came into the fashion world, Samantha is still one of the Twin Cities most beloved designers. In 2014, she was chosen by City Pages as “Artist of the Year” in the category of fashion. Most recently, she earned the title of author with the release of her new book Steampunk & Cosplay Fashion Design & Illustration, published by Walter Foster Publishing in September of 2015. Even though Samantha is not a Steampunk designer, her versatility as an illustrator and fashion expert shines throughout the book’s composition. The content is not just limited to Steampunk; it incorporates several different genres of cosplay fashion.

I wanted to catch up with Samantha for an interview so I could ask what is the secret to her longevity as an alternative fashion designer. I first got the pleasure of meeting Samantha when she was a participant in the largest bi-annual teen art exhibition in the state of Minnesota called “Hot Art Injection (May Cause Side Effects)” in 1999, in conjunction with the Walker Art Center Teen Arts Council. She was one of the few artists selected out of hundreds of submissions, which means even as a teen she was one of the top artists among her peers. I was one of the twelve teen curators who put this massive show together. Ironically, 16 years later, we are sitting across from each other at The Happy Gnome (one of St. Paul’s trendiest restaurants and bars) working together again, but this time with me as a freelance writer and her a leading indie fashion designer.

Samantha’s journey to being one of the most prominent designers in Minnesota had very humble beginnings. When she was young, she wanted to be a children’s book illustrator but over time her interests expanded into several different realms. Her father introduced her and her siblings to comic books when she was 12 or 13 and she became a huge “comic nerd”. She would watch Saturday morning cartoons and then would watch the fashion programs that would come on afterward. She thought to herself, “I could do this.” She merged her love of comics and fashion when she began to trace her comic characters and used them as her first croquis (before she even knew what one was).
Samantha’s mother had always been extremely proud and supportive of her art, but only passively tried to teach her how to sew because she thought that she might lose interest. Crossland began hand-sewing clothing for her dolls but she didn’t take up a strong interest in learning to use a machine until she was a teen.

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