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Jared and the Mill + Vardagen

Jared and the Mill + Vardagen

Jared and the Mill opened for Jamestown Revival at the Nickel Plate Amphitheater earlier this year and we were invited by the City of Fishers to sell our "Sure Shot Cold Brew" and also display some of our Vardagen shirts.  That's how we met the dudes from Jared and the Mill.  They were pretty stoked on the brand and wanted to run over and see the store.  We made the quick drive over and they picked out some shirts for themselves and also bought some tops for their girlfriends (smart move).

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Can You Predict the Future?

Can You Predict the Future?

The future is hazy… we’re trying to figure out what the crystal orb is trying to say! Can you help us out? Leave a comment on our Instagram post with the message you think the Seer is reading and we’ll decide which one seems accurate. If your message is chosen, it will magically appear on the shirt in the red panel at the bottom, as will a new shirt in your mailbox. Best fortune to you!


Above the Cut

Above the Cut

I have to admit…I’m really jealous. I mean, how could I not be? Mackenzie has managed to take her Vardagen shirts to a whole new level of unique. Maybe I’m just too afraid to take scissors to a perfectly great t-shirt. Or maybe I’m afraid I’ll cut it all wrong and end up with something that looks more akin to a kindergarten craft project than clothing.

Back to School Sale

Back to School Sale

It’s everyone’s least favorite time of year yet again: back to school. Long summer nights are abruptly shortened by the reminder of the early morning bus stop. Backpacks are put back in use and filled to the brim with what seems like the world's heaviest textbooks. Oh yes, don’t you just love back to school? But alas! Don’t lose hope just yet. Vardagen’s Back to School Sale is sure to lighten the mood.

Knights of the Round City

Football season is finally back on and we’re ready to celebrate our team the best way we know how. We wanted to create a symbol for fans who value the integrity of the sport and believe that the Colts play a fierce but calculated game, the way it was intended to be played. The knight image emerged after sketching out numerous concepts and we liked the idea of the bold horse icon anchored firmly in it home, the Lucas Oil Stadium. 

It’s a little risky to try to communicate an idea like this without using big bold text and familiar...