Excuse My French – Introducing the New T-Shirt Equation

There are countless t-shirt companies across the globe but Excuse My French created a concept that has simply never been done before.

Los Angeles, CA, March 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Launched in March of 2014, Excuse My French doesn’t intend to be just another t-shirt brand. “Our main commitment is to offer one-of-a-kind t-shirts at affordable prices, without compromising on quality. What sets us apart from our competitors is the concept we came up with, basing all of our t-shirts on an interaction between our designs and your sunglasses. It’s never been cooler than now to hang your sunglasses on your t-shirt when you aren’t wearing them!,” states Brice Le Roux, Owner and Founder of the company.

From the City of Lights to the City Of Angels
There is a great story behind the genesis of Excuse My French. The original idea of it started in Paris where Brice thought of establishing an apparel company that would design t-shirts he himself would enjoy wearing. “I wanted to design t-shirts based on interactive and unique concepts that have never been done before. Not the easiest thing to do. I thought of different designs and finally came up with an idea by noticing how a lot of people hang their sunglasses on their shirts when they are not wearing them. I knew there was something there and started to explore how I could create something out of it.”

Because his fiancée was living in Los Angeles, Brice ended up leaving the City of Lights and moving to the California sunshine. He was lucky to meet amazing people along the way who would later become his partners. “That is what led to the birth of Excuse My French: love, a bit of luck, and a lot of miles!”

Local is the new Global
Fast-forward to today, Excuse My French proudly offers a collection of innovative and extremely comfy signature t-shirts, dreamt up in Paris and crafted in Los Angeles. Excuse My French products are sewn and silk-screened by hand locally with the utmost quality and are sweatshop free, guaranteed. “Keeping it local is not only good for California, it also allows us to innovate, craft new styles and integrate customer feedback easily,” concludes Brice Le Roux.

For more information, please visit the brand’s website www.excusemyfrenchbrand.com

The best way to contact the team is via email at info@excusemyfrenchbrand.com or by phone at 310.490.4210

High definition photos available upon request.
Excuse My French
Brice Le Roux