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When you click on a shirt you like and you click the "available products" tab and lets say it says "Unisex T-Shirt" and "Women's T-shirt" are the available products, but you go under the Clothing Style and you want it in a V-Neck or Baseball 3/4 Sleeve, will the person you buy from accomodate to the clothing style you want? or... is it strictly the Unisex and or Women's T-Shirt? Also, lets say you go through the transaction asking for it in lets say in a Baseball clothing style when obviously the available product is Unisex Tee or Women's Tee will i recieve the order in which i asked for (Baseball style) or will i not recieve anything at all?
asked by carlo c. on 7/12/15
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The Unisex T-Shirt and Women's T-Shirt are just examples and are mostly used so they are the standard. If you click on Women's T-Shirt and then on V-Neck you'll get the V-Neck like it's portraited. There's no difference in clickign on Women's T-Shirt or Unisex T-Shirt first. Artists can't choose if they want the Baseball style or not. If they enable the design on a T-Shirt, they enable it on all available styles. So if you choose baseball you will get baseball nevertheless.
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The aforementioned comments about the styles is correct. Quality is actually fantastic. Highly recommend
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Usually if an artwork is available in a Unisex or a Women's T-Shirt, it's available in all of the types of shirts that they have. If the "Clothing Style" drop down lists all of their types of shirts (which is like 13, I think), then it's available in all of those types of shirts, and you will receive whichever type of clothing style you select... You won't ever receive nothing at all. In the "Available Products" tab... They're just summarizing the types of shirts they offer. Instead of listing all 13 types of shirts there, they are just saying "We have Unisex Styles"..."And we have Women's Styles"... And then when you click on either one, they'll take you to the same page, with the Clothing Style drop down that lists ALL the types they have.

So, no matter which you click on (Unisex T-Shirt or Women's T-Shirt), they will lead you to the same location- the T-Shirts & Hoodies page, again with the Clothing Style drop down list. If one of the Clothing Styles doesn't specify if it's Unisex or Women's- then it's Unisex, really. So, like in your question, for example- the V-Necks and the 3/4 Baseball styles are technically Unisex.

And in regards to the comment above by chris m. about their products being cheaply made- I HIGHLY disagree. I have 4 shirts from this company- 2 of the 3/4 Baseball styles, 1 Women's T-Shirt, and 1 V-Neck. I am a woman, long torso, small waist, small bust- and I much rather prefer the Unisex/Unspecified (like V-Neck and 3/4 Baseball Styles) much more than the Women's T-Shirt style. It could be partially because I ordered the Women's T-Shirt a bit too small for my liking, but I find the 3/4 Baseball Style and the V-Neck fit very comfortably and nicely. They're not boxy, like a man's shirt might be.

AND one of my 3/4 Baseball shirts I ordered from them is my all-time favorite shirt and I've washed it hundreds of times, and the artwork has faded just a bit- but that's to be expected considering how many times I've worn and washed it. The color of the fabric still looks new though- as for all of the other shirts I've ordered from them. Definitely not cheaply made AT ALL.
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If you clicked on the baseball style and you added it to your cart as the baseball style, you will get the baseball style shirt. If they didn't have it as an option, they wouldn't allow you to click it
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Do not buy anything on that site it is cheaply made
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