The owners of Sightsee shop have created the shop’s first ever capsule collection, dubbed Good to the Last Beat Drop. Co-owners Joel Sadler and Allyson Sutton announced the Line Street shop’s new line last week.
The collection features a diner-style mug, recycled nylon hat and ringer T-shirt. Created with old-school style in mind, the new gear is meant to seem nostalgic and free-spirited.
Sightsee partnered with apparel company Weld MFG to embroider a new character, Drippy, on their poppy-colored, flat-brimmed hats made from recycled nylon. The vintage diner-style mug was created in the same cheery yellow and also features Drippy, along with the collection’s slogan “Good to the last beat drop.”
Described as the “softest, coolest, vibey-est T-shirt you’ll ever own,” the tees were sustainably made in a WRAP-certified factory by Alternative Apparel, and the design was created in-house.
Sightsee has been hoping to launch a seasonal capsule collection for some time now, so Sadler and Sutton are excited to finally announce the line’s launch. You can purchase the products by stopping by Sightsee at 125 1/2 Line St. or visit their website sightseeshop.com.