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Se7en District Apparel unveils new clothing range
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Jun '12
Se7en District Apparel officially launched its online indie apparel store just in time for summer. The site features its top design of the season- a Young, Wild, Bold, navy blue motto tee and tank top. In addition, the store will also include a few accessories such as stickers, button packs and a mini-poster print.

The Young, Wild, Bold motto tee is the epitome of what Se7en District Apparel represents and the lifestyle they encourage its customers to embrace. The brand designs and produces products not for a specific age group, but for a specific mindset and attitude--for the people who embrace life to the fullest. Its motto transcends any age, race or gender by encouraging people to Feel Young, Live Wild, and Be Bold!

According to Christine Adler, Se7en District enthusiast, “The designs of Se7en District express the emotions that individuals want feel on a daily basis. The best thing about the brand is that everyone can strive to live up to the motto, making it a meaningful experience when wearing the apparel. I am excited for the launch and I can’t wait to see all of the new items Se7en District has to offer.”

Inspired by the lack of clean, simple, uncurbed designs in today’s clothing market, Se7en District’s clothing line is focused on providing quality clothing and designs where the saying “Less is More” resounds throughout every product. Se7en District Apparel unisex tees are printed on soft 100% American cotton to ensure the highest quality possible for a great look and feel.

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