Having an extra-cool going-out shirt can secure you an attention-grabbing edge -- but ironically, once you've shelled out for it, you're just "that dirty loser who always wears the same going-out shirt". Get the most out of your purchase, with Wrath Arcane.
Based out of fashion-mad Cleveland, much of Wrath's gear is imbued with functional parts that attach, detach, and re-tach, making them the Transformers of clothes (one night you're an edgy lothario, the next night, a helicopter). Prime examples: the Concept Hvvdie's double-breasted front panel pops off, the Wideawake Jvcket rocks a removable hood and inside/outside cellphone pocket, and the Strvp Shvrt's two snap-off straps encircle the neck-hole, each forming half of the collar -- letting you quickly pop 'em off when called on to dispense communion. Balancing out the sometimes wacky concept of removable parts, Wrath plays it cool by dissing crazy prints and colors on its Spring line of hoodies, jackets, tees, and buttondowns, and sticking mainly with white, gray, and black -- or, to the colorblind, color.
For people not reading closely enough to notice, Wrath tends to insert the letter "v" into piece names, a creative bit of spelling proving that, as with their gear, "conventional rules aren't always necessary" -- though disobeying them can result in a rep as "that weird company that's always using v's".