We were always fans of less obvious clothing labels — especially ones that focus on quality fabrics, details, and signature quirk — and steered clear of broadcasting big-name logos across out chests. That was, however, until we were met with a cheekier option that changed the game. While knockoffs are never in fashion, L.A.-based Made In Hell-A has captured our hearts with two things we simply can't resist: luxe labels and puns.
The unisex line of witty "designer" tees have featured some of our favorite names (well, sorta) in a way that puts a real, authentic smile across our faces. Because if "Don't Be A Haider" doesn't get you in a good mood, well, may we suggest "Praduh"? Available at Need Supply and Oak, the $50 T-shirts may not be backed by any storied fashion houses, but does that mean we love them any less? "Dries Please!"
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