5 Tattoo Lifestyle Clothing Brands You Need To Get Your Hands On
When you live the tattoo life, you don’t only want it on your skin, but you want to make an impression with your clothing as well.
And whether you’re looking to pick out some clothing that has American Traditional flash designs or if you just want something that shows off your support of the arts, we’ve got you covered with these five Tattoo Lifestyle Clothing Brands. Check them out and snag some threads!
Some of the best designs available with some crazy artistic details can be found on Sullen’s website. Whether you’re looking for a traditional logo, or if you’re dying to get your hands on some amazing artwork by some sick tattoo artists, Sullen is the place to go for realistic grit.
Sometimes tattoo lines can be a little too gnarly looking depending on what you’re searching for. But if there’s one thing you can see on InkAddict’s site is that there’s a lot of clothing directed toward women, in all sorts of designs. They have men’s clothes too, but the variety for women is pretty awesome in comparison.
Steadfast Brand has been around for FOREVER it seems, but they still stand tall. If you’ve ever seen a shirt that says “Tattooed and Employed,” you’ve seen a Steadfast Brand tee. A lot of their designs have also been in support of Tattooed Military, as well. Check out their threads, now found exclusively on InkedShop.
Whether you’re looking at it as “Stoners Reeking Havoc,” or “Supporting Radical Habits,” SRH not only encompasses a California rad lifestyle, but also is very appealing to that of tattoo lovers.
Seventh.Ink’s clothing dabbles in a little bit of horror, mixed with a lot of artistic talent. Some of their looks even glow in the dark, and they keep it pretty cost effective to snag a few tees, hoodies, or patches without breaking the bank. In contrast to other brands, Seventh.Ink also offers many colors, versus the traditional dark and moody (though they have a few of those too). Check it out on their website here.
Amy Cooper has quite a few tattoos, and most of them are Harry Potter related.