Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Contest!!!


We are having another contest.  We came up with a new shirt to take the Shipdisturbers place and now we need your help.  We've drawn a blank for a name for the lovely new shirt.  The shirt is made of the same great french terry the ship was made in, the sleeves are super long and we have added a great pocket. The winner receives one of these shirts hot off the press.  The contest is open to all non employees and the closes when the we receive the name we choose.  To enter just reply in the comment section of this blog.  Good Luck!

28 comments:

Leah said...

How about "Preying Mantis"? The long sleeves for some reason remind me of that cool insect, and the spin on words is suiting since the shirt is so sleek and smooth, with a bit of an edge -- like a confident woman going after what she wants!

Neelam said...

How about dream pod? It wraps around you just like a beautiful blanket perfect for blissful fall daydreaming. Plus, it reminds me of my infant daughter's adorable sleeping bag of a similar name.

kim said...

Munnyhug

AJ said...

I'm going with the "Smooth Operator". Hip enough for coffee runs and afterwork cocktails, yet sleek enough for saving the the planet, one baby seagull at a time.

EMI said...

SONIC BOOM
-shocks caused by the supersonic flight of an aircraft, they generate enormous amounts of sound energy sounding like an explosion!

SA said...

I propose "Globetrotter". It looks fluffy warm just right for an autum excursion or vacation; not even the plane's airconditioning bothers you anymore.

SA said...

or in Swiss German: "Wältebummler", to make more special.

Smoking Lily said...

Oh my goodness....I should ask for the customers help with naming all our garments, they are all good. Itis going to be tough to decide.

Trish

Anonymous said...

How about Over the Top as it will look great over anything. Who could ask anything else of it.

Anonymous said...

Maple's Bridge. I am thinking of all teh changes happening in Vancouver VIA construction and it seems "fitting" that the shirt that follows the "ship" should be the bridge that "gaps" it?!

natalie said...

Flâneur - an old fashioned word for people who enjoyed strolling through the city finding beauty with the urban environment. see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fl%C3%A2neur for a more thorough description.

Anonymous said...

How about treehugger?

Ruth said...

U-turn

Simone said...

How about "The Supernova", because, yes this top is oh so hot, you will outshine an entire galaxy wearing it. Plus it reminds me of the outer space and in the search of new adventures.

Anonymous said...

I think it should be either named a: Fairchild. Which is a plane. First ships, now planes?
OR b) "Joan of Arc" and the reason being, as a heorin one needs to look pretty but the pocket allows one to put their tools for "fighting" with.

Katie F.

Julie said...

Helen of Troy:
The shirt the launched a thousand ship.......disturbers! (farewell Ship Disturber :( ) Not to mention how strong and beautiful you'll feel wearing this top..

Laurie said...

By the power of greyskull, it must be called Bellerophon! Bellerophon was the heroic argonaut (in keeping with the nautical theme) whose most noteworthy feat was slaying the Chimera (he rode on Pegasus, no less). What else could supercede the mighty Ship disturber but a mighty slayer of monsters?

Miss Granola Suicide said...

How about "The Argonaut"? A subtle tribute to the Ship (Disturber) that Jason and the Argonauts sailed on their quest to find the Golden Fleece (this shirt!).

Linda said...

Siwash Rock. this top would be great to wear on along the seawall at Stanley Park in the fall.

Anonymous said...

The "Simon Cowl"

Julie said...

Chrysalis
I guess this can be related to the metamorphosis of the Shipdisturber.
Also the Chrysalis will keep you snug and warm and always gives rise to beautiful things!

Mia said...

Holy terry - the next generation of ship disturbers. Made from the same fabric, but the parent shirts wonder why those darned kids have to be so contrary with their new-fangled pockets and all.

Whippet Good said...

Shipnecked

Kate said...

"Pocket Launcher."

Janet said...

My vote is for "WanderLuxe." It connotes the idea of fabulous and exciting adventures (wanderlust) while wearing this luxurious top!

Gaynor said...

A Pocket of Widgets

Anonymous said...

Wallaby
the front pockets are like the front pouches they use for their young...and it's fun to say

Mia said...

polly's pocket