Hey T-shirt junkies and casual wear fans, here are two Midwestern companies you should check out. Lakeside Clothing Co. and NoDak Clothing Co. are two cool companies that specialize in Midwestern pride.
Whether you love the prairies or local lake culture, you’ll find shirts that help you wear your feelings on your…well, not sleeve, exactly — more like the front of your shirt. Some style are geographically specific, while others are more general.
Both Lakeside Clothing Co. and NoDak Clothing Co. specialize in slightly fitted, super soft and touchable t-shirts, tank tops, and sweatshirts with a laid-back vibe.
Lakeside Clothing Co. has a cool men’s line and a women’s line is driven by the Pontoon Girl® brand. The designs feature lots of lake life imagery (canoes and anchors and the like) and are available through the online store and in various retail locations across the Midwest.
NoDak Clothing Co. is a brand new line that just launched this Labor Day weekend. It’s a collaboration between former Miss North Dakota Tessie Jones and the crew over at Lakeside Clothing Co.
Interest has been strong so far and inventory has been selling fast, so check out the NoDak designs on the website and pick your your favorites while you can.
What about you?
Which shirts would you add to your wardrobe?
What designs would you love to see?
Who would you buy a shirt for?
Let me know in the comments below!
If you like this story about casual Midwestern fashion designers, check out this story about Dakota Chappy, a North Dakota fashion designer.
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