Matix ● Less is less t-shirt


I don’t think that many of you know that joint by Jin titled “Learn Chinese“. Jin has been on Ruff Ryders squad for a minute and his lyrics here were about the relevance of Chinese culture where he belongs. I’m sure heads over at Matix Clothing paid him no mind, because they decided that their production for this Capital collection t shirt that says “Less is less” had to happen in the United States of America. No need to pay for a translator than, if the people you deal with are from the nation you are from. “Less is less” is not to be confused with “Less is more”, the motto of architect and furniture designer Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, one of the founders of modern architecture and a proponent of simplicity of style. Nossiir, this tee shirt has a concept to put in your face as follows: if you pay less, you have a lower standard of quality. This, in Matix perspective, is not the case with American workers, it seems. I have posted already a couple of items from this collection, courtesy of Fresco Distribution, and even here I find it to be on point. White tees with light black prints that let your upper breath are always welcomed and, sorry to confuse you, but if you only have one color (this means “less colors”) well, less is more. More style and more possibilities to look good without looking as bright as a Las Vegas marquee, because of your tee. Featuring the trademark ribbon of the Capital serie instead of your inside label, this tee appeals to me because it’s funny and not only because Kourtney Amber R is wearing it here. Did you notice that she is wearing less and less clothes

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