Jun 14, 2012
No. The colors nor the logo have meaning. Just a design the designer chose out the few designs she made for the name DYME PIECE
Jun 15, 2012
I'd have to say I agree with Cylena.
Jun 16, 2012
I don't think I would buy it either I don't like the colors
Jun 17, 2012
Me neither. The black one looks nicer, but I wouldn´t buy either of them.
Jun 18, 2012
I don't like it. The word Dyme Piece annoys me. It's a phrase that has worn itself out and had its 15 minutes of fame.
Jun 19, 2012
Thanks for you guys honest input. I tried to explain to the person who made the shirts that pretty much these shirts won't sell for many reasons but instead they felt that I was being a hater and apparently I didn't know what I was talking about so I decided to come to you guys for ya'll honest opinion
@Djenaba B. Well, I guess they won't get far in the world of fashion with that attitude for slamming you like that. You tried to help them avoid disaster...how many friends would do that? Not many. Don't feel bad girl. They will learn the hard way. :)
I wouldn't buy either of them they look almost thrown together
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