Thursday, August 20, 2015

FOG OFF CLOTHING CO.

Andy | Thursday, August 20, 2015 | Best Blogger Tips

Tim Henneberry wants people to know he doesn't just design Fog Off for people to wear, he hopes the brand can be a voice, an outlet for those dealing with foggy days, even when it's sunny out. FOG OFF.... A brand with a powerful, meaningful and relative message that we all can relate to! From day to day we all struggle with some form of mental fog. The things in life that take the wheel and steer us in a direction in which we have no control. It can be stress, depression, mental illness, bullying, a terminal disease, relationship issues, addiction, pressure, social acceptance, we all have or know someone who has had to deal with this mental fog or are in the midst of it. FOG OFF CLOTHING BRAND gives a voice, a vessel to spread and share the message loud and clear when you want to be heard. Supporting and helping one another is what this brand believes in 100%. No One Should Ever Have To Travel Down A Foggy Path Alone. Tim donates a percentage of sales to The Mental Health Foundation.

13 comments:

  1. Nice portrait Andy. Its a nice thought but for clothing only useable on a little part of it.

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  2. A very nice initiative of a nice person.

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  3. Now if I can just think clearly enough to find my Fog Off t-shirt. :-)

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  4. How generous of Tim to share his earnings!

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  5. Never heard that particular phrase particularly, but it sure describes me these days!

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  6. Clever name and he stands behind his brand. I should wear these to work every day.

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  7. Fog off! Wish I had one. Or five.

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  8. I need one of these! What a wonderful thing he is doing!

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  9. Sportswear is all the same (or is it .. :), but this brand has a good idea, and I like the writing style of shirt. And advertising man is so cute :D.

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  10. Quite the body art. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  11. You captured quite a nice portrait, but I think I will move on to the next store for my own clothing needs.

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