Boston’s Regan Smith Clarke Turns One; Remains Fresh

I went to school and lived in the Boston area for most of my 20s. I can safely say that for the most part, the MA youth dress like shit (OL bloggers excluded). Lots of “Yankees Suck” shirts and “Believe in Boston” caps with battle-damaged brims.   That’s where Regan Smith Clarke steps in.

Inspired by vintage signs and advertisements, RSC is a Boston-based clothing company that’s been turning heads for a year now with their solid designs and integrity. Created by a Boston local who thought it’d be a good idea to name a clothing company after himself, RSC currently slings tees, hoodies, tote bags, and prints adorned with original designs that truly POP! To celebrate their first birthday, RSC has released a commemorative shirt, the “Year One.” And now, there’s an app for that!

That’s right. Not only did they drop a new tee today for their one-year anniversary, RSC also released the RSC iPhone App! With the app, users will remain up-to-date with everything RSC from their social media gatherings in Boston to new product. Pretty cool. The “Year One” tee is available for pre-order at the RSC online shop. Now you have no excuse to dress like an asshole.