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lord ched
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Screen Stars- red tag vs blue tag

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Was the Screen Stars blue tag the brand's budget line? It seems that all of the top-of-the-line retail stuff is on the red tag, while most of the blue tag stuff I've seen has been for promo giveaways and low-budget independent designs. The blue seems a little weaker and a little more stretchy before washing. Does anyone know the purpose of the two tag lines?

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Re: Screen Stars- red tag vs blue tag


I'm not sure about that.

I've seen ALOT of concert tees with the screenstars blue label. Some of the vintage blue screen stars were 100% cotton (see pic) so maybe that was a reason for the difference, I had also assumed that they were produced at a different time than the red tag.

Is there a difference between the orange and blue super screenstars tags?
Blue Screenstars Tag
Blue Screenstars Tag
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