I am a T-shirt and jeans girl, and this season I am especially in love with all the powerful (and equally fashionable) statement tees in stores. I walked in the Women’s March on January 21st and the clever, thoughtful signs had such a profound impact on me. Wearing a shirt with a message is one easy way for us all to march on. As the war on our health, love, Mother Earth, our kids’ education, human rights and so much more rages on, we need to continue to unite and resist, every day. These words say it all:
Love Wins. Elizabeth and James
More Trees, Less Walls. Reformation
Bonus: $30 goes to the ACLU!
Nevertheless She Persisted. Prabal Gurung
Designer Prabal Gurung will donate a portion of proceeds to the American Civil Liberties Union, Planned Parenthood, and Shikshya Foundation Nepal.
People are People. Cristian Siriano
All profits donated to ACLU!
Save the Future. Top Shop
After writing this post, I saw that Vogue issued a call-to-action for people to dress for resistance at the NYC spring/summer 2017 fashion week back in February. Activism is in style!