When will manufactures stop using itchy shirt labels altogether?
They sew the label into a place where many people are prone to skin sensitivity anyway (the nape of the neck). Then, if that is not bad enough, some clothing designers decide the label has to be sewn with gold/metal thread that scratches like heck even more. When you go to rip the label out you tear the seams of the garment.
Couldn't these labels be sewn in a less likely place to contact and irritate skin and couldn't they be more often printed into the fabric directly or simply made of flannel or some other soft fabric?
It seems clothing manufacturers go out of their way to make the label scratchy and highly irritating to the poor person who has to wear their garments.
86 the itchy shirt labels please, at least make them of a soft fabric and sew them into a place on the shirt that is not as likely to contact skin...
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Yea, you did this...