Dirty South Tshirt Company
American Made Since 2012
Eric & Pam Smith
Dirty South Tshirt Company hand prints & hand dyes apparel in either the red dirt of the deep South or sweet tea like your grandma used to brew.
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Dirty South Tshirt Company is a homegrown company, nestled between the foothills of the Appalachian Trail and the Chatahoochee River. We are a husband & wife team, and began hand printing and hand dying soft 100% cotton shirts in early 2012. They dye in galvanized tubs and hang to dry on a clothesline. We offer 2 uniquely southern, natural dyes: red dirt (clay, as many call it down here) or sweet tea, brewed fresh, stove top. The 6 step process from dying to printing, is carefully followed for each piece. Each is unique in it's own way, because no two dye exactly the same. The quality of work is consistent in each piece, though. Our items, so Southern in style & colors, are a perfect way to wear a bit of the South on your sleeve. You can find us online at Bourbon and Boots site, Pamela Joyce Designs on Etsy, and Dirty South Tshirt Company on Facebook. Our apparel are also sold at retailers in the South.
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