FourFourFiveFive: A look at the new ‘Dirt’ clothing

FourFiveFiveFive is a look at new ‘dirt’ clothes that are being produced and sold on the Australian market.

A selection of clothing has been created to cover the basics such as jeans and t-shirts, while the rest is more tailored to suit each individual’s preferences.

The range of clothing is being developed by Australian clothing and footwear manufacturer and manufacturer of leather goods, Mr and Mrs John Smith.

“We’ve worked with a number of manufacturers and have been able to create some great garments that are made to last for many years,” Mr Smith said.

“There are some pretty great items that will be going into the market soon, like our leather jackets and boots.”

“Our focus is on the basics.

We’re not trying to make clothing that is fashionable, we’re just trying to do it well.”

The clothes will be available on Australian retail shelves starting in the middle of next year.

They will be sold by the kilogram and range from $10 to $150.

“We’re just really excited to be a part of the Australian retail community,” Mr and Mr Smith told FourFour Two.

“The fact that people are really liking what we’re doing makes us so happy and makes us want to keep doing it.”

In the lead up to the new season, a number people have been selling their own items of clothing.

The idea is to provide a small community with a way to buy and sell their own clothing.

“It’s kind of like a community project and we’re all really happy to be part of it,” Mr Brown said.

Mr Brown also said he hopes to grow the business and that the first few weeks will be the toughest.

He said he wants to keep growing the business but is excited about the opportunity to help others in need.

“Hopefully it’ll help some people out as well,” he said.