How does one even start to describe the Parmsuit? With a silly rhetorical question like that one? Looks that way!
I love Parm and pasta as much as most people love their kids (Idk I obviously don't have any). I originally had an idea for Parm falling from a sweatshirt to sweatpants all the way back in April. This was before I really knew how to use Photoshop and before I was working with a production team that could pull it off. I put together a (very) rough mockup in April and then didn't think about it for awhile. And then a couple months ago Heather and I were talking about doing a collab and I had just sent her 80 lbs of Parm for a Christmas + Wedding present, so I was like "I'VE GOT SOMETHING THAT MIGHT WORK!" and re-did it with my slightly-upgraded-since-April design skills.
She was psyched about it, so we went ahead and started adding elements that scream Heather. The "MISS" crossing out the "MR" (f the patriarchy, ya know?!), the "Love + Light = Cheese", and of course the "Thick" on the neck. And the result was what I consider the best Parm Crew that's ever been produced by any human ever. IMHO.
I hope you enjoy this Parm Crew as much as we did putting it together. As always, if you have any questions, please reach out and I'll answer as best I can as quickly as I can! To be totally honest, it means the world to me that you're even considering buying it, AND that you're still reading this. Have a wonderful day!
PRICING NOTE: This is by far the most involved design I've ever done, as far as the actual production and development goes. It's got embroidery and puff ink all over it, with every attempt made to make the falling cheese look real, plus the cheese has to line up on the top and the bottom etc. This is why it's priced higher than other items, because it's expensive af to make. There's no "Heather Collab Extra Markup", because that would be shitty and we don't like shitty. Okay thanks for reading my rant!
PLEASE NOTE: The pigment-dyeing process gives each garment unique character. Please allow for color variation in production and washing.
- 9oz (300 gm) 80% cotton/20% polyester blend
- ring spun cotton
- 100% cotton 30 singles face yarn
- split stitch double needle sewing on all seams
- twill neck tape
- 1 x 1 ribbing at neck, cuffs and waistband
- standard fit
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