Populus Clothing Fall Shoot
We just had a fantastic shoot of our new fall line. The shoot was at the new “South on Main” restaurant in downtown Little Rock. Great location, incredible photographer/videographer and talented models. We can’t wait to show you the photos!
The Populus Clothing Spring Sale is on at the Freckled Frog Boutique in Hillcrest! (Little Rock, AR) Sizes are limited but four of our shirts are on sale. The “rattlesnake” baseball T is only $18
$27, the “headdress” unisex T is $20 $26, (also available in a baby rib women’s T) and the panther/skull T is $24 $29. All purchases also receive a free Populus Clothing sticker. ($2 value) Happy Spring!
Re-Stock! Sorry for the wait guys. The Sync Magazine feature (Little Rock, AR) in print and online tapped us out. The first two shirts have been re-printed including never-before-seen custom logo tags on the inside of the shirts. Enjoy!
Handmade jewelry the old-fashioned way. Featuring genuine leather and antique buffalo nickels that are between 80-100 years old. Now available at Populus Clothing.
New unisex Rattlesnake raglan in the shop for Christmas. Available HERE and at the Freckled Frog in Hillcrest on Kavanaugh in Little Rock, AR.
Potential new shirt design. It’s based off the story of American naval officer James Lawrence and his naval battle against the British during the war of 1812.
He left port on 1 June 1813 and immediately engaged the blockading Royal Navy frigate HMS Shannon in a fierce battle. Although slightly smaller, the British ship disabled Chesapeake with gunfire within the first few minutes. Captain Lawrence, mortally wounded by small arms fire, ordered his officers, “Don’t give up the ship. Fight her till she sinks.” Or “Tell them to fire faster; don’t give up the ship.” Men carried him below, and his crew was overwhelmed by a British boarding party shortly afterward. James Lawrence died of his wounds on 4 June 1813, while his captors directed the Chesapeake to Halifax, Nova Scotia.
After Lawrence’s death was reported to his friend and fellow officer Oliver Hazard Perry, he ordered a large blue battle ensign, stitched with the phrase “DONT GIVE UP THE SHIP” [sic] in bold white letters. The Perry Flag was displayed on his flagship during a victorious engagement against the British on Lake Erie in September 1813. The original flag is displayed in the Naval Academy Museum and a replica is displayed in Memorial Hall at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.
Proud to be partnering with a new retailer - The Shop Around the Corner!
The Shop Around the corner specializes in handmade, eclectic, Arkansas products. Thanks guys! They are located at 400 Bowman, Little Rock, AR next to the Buffalo Grill. Go pick one up! :)