American Fortunes Clothing Launches New Brand and Webstore

Founded in 2010, American Fortunes Clothing is a company with no business plan that is taking risks to do what we love. American Fortunes Clothing has combined their personal perspectives with their various influences to create a number of unique styles for those interested in the unpopular. The up and coming brand is not about what is cool at the moment, or ripping off other brands to get ahead, but a personal project that is dedicated to being creative, inspiring others, and making those who wear the product feel good about themselves. American Fortunes Clothing is inspired by tattoos, music, fashion, the 50’s, punk, skateboarding, hip-hop, classic movies, and so much more. American Fortunes Clothing is working hard to expand beyond graphic t-shirts into cut & sew, fleece, headwear, and accessories for both men and women. Take a look at the newly designed website and online store at www.AmericanFortunesClothing.com!

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