I think we should be able to submit shirts on v-necks as well.
this is heather navy: http://www.indiemerchstore.com/BTBAM/item/6563/
I see what you're saying. I'm just being selfish and wanna be able to get more shirts on a v neck :p haha. What is heather/tri-blend?
I didn't say people don't wear them, but they are on the downhill slope. less and less companies are printing on them, where as 3 years ago, they were huge. all I'm saying is it's a little late to jump on that bandwagon that's all. as far as c28 already selling them, they sell many brands. they're an online retailer with different brands available, so who knows what company each brand is using to print on v's. for it to work properly, c28 would have to pick their blanks and colors, then provide a new mockup kit with a template that almost exactly matches the shape of the tee they picked, and then expect that everyone will follow those guidelines, which means there's more room for error, more room for people to get submissions denied, etc. I think instead of v necks they should start providing heather colored tees. heather/tri-blend are becoming more and more popular.
@corey they sell V-necks on C28. I don't own any soI'm not saying they are in style or nothing, i'm just saying you asked how deep and I'm guessing they would be the same as the sites... I only know one kid at my school that still wears them though and even then its seldom
lol, yea, I didn't realize how many people were outta style...=P
I must be out of style then cause I wear v-necks all the time still :pI see what you mean though. Just a thought.
In my experience, they were very popular a few years ago and are starting to get less and less. everyone used to wear v necks and vests and stuff and that whole thing has passed definitely. if anything, wide neck tees are becoming more popular. I'm also speaking as far as fashion tees go. nothing wrong with a solid v neck every now and then, but less and less companies are printing graphics on v necks.
:/i didn't realize the 'v-neck thing' was passing, I've noticing them becoming popular. Anywho, I think it is a great idea! I would love to design a v-neck....maybe canvas could have it for a specific challenge!
maybe 3 years ago.... the whole v neck thing is passing if not passed already. not to mention, hardly anyone will design properly for a v neck. too many variables. how deep would the v be? what colors would be available? etc. I think keeping it to tees is fine and keeps it simple.