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You Are What You Wear

They say you are what you eat. Do you believe the statements that you wear? Can we change the world one tee shirt at a time? I think wearing a tee that expresses your beliefs is a great idea and here are a few statements I would definitely wear.

You all know I love biking and conserving energy and this shirt says it like it is! Hop on your bike, burn some calories and conserve energy ("energy" is written on the back of the tee). Available at Consciencetees for $30.
There is no reason not to tell the world that you are a strong girl! Pair this tee with a running skirt and you will really be running like a girl. Get this tee for $20 from Etsy.
Oh!!! If it were only as easy as this tee shirt claims. Good news is Project E makers of this tee are donating 100% of the sales of this shirt to the Eating Disorders Information Network. You can donate to the cause and purchase the shirt for $44 off the Project E website.
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aisha840 aisha840 8 years
those are great. urbanoutfitters.com also has a lot of anti-war shirts if your for that. as well as saving the earth & what not
aisha840 aisha840 8 years
those are great. urbanoutfitters.com also has a lot of anti-war shirts if your for that. as well as saving the earth & what not
Fashion Fashion 8 years
I like the first one..and of course the third! I really want a cruiser bike, but I'm bike accident prone so I conserve by using my feet (yay flats!). xo
shulvrkrp shulvrkrp 8 years
Last one is a good laugh! I like the fact it is supporting a good cause and being funny at the same time! :)
Chickonspeed Chickonspeed 8 years
I agree with DarkerMyLove : it's easier to do it one by yourself. Get an organic cotton T-shirt and you go girl !Like "I'm not a plastic girl In a Barbie worldThat's fantastic I'm not in plastic !":-)
Chickonspeed Chickonspeed 8 years
I agree with DarkerMyLove : it's easier to do it one by yourself. Get an organic cotton T-shirt and you go girl ! Like "I'm not a plastic girl In a Barbie world That's fantastic I'm not in plastic !" :-)
angeldevilwings angeldevilwings 8 years
So loving the concept!
angeldevilwings angeldevilwings 8 years
So loving the concept!
kerneschick2005 kerneschick2005 8 years
I love the last one, does anyone know a little more about Project E? (website under construction...) I think it would make a great platform for Miss America (states=my next goal...)Not that feeding models would save the world, but the concept of Eating Disorder awareness is great...
designmilk designmilk 8 years
Cute shirts! I love the last one lol
Giasbash6260 Giasbash6260 8 years
Would you really "save the world" if you fed a model?? I think not...good luck with that one!
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
That last shirt is my fave.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 8 years
That last shirt is my fave.
DarkerMyLove DarkerMyLove 8 years
Not meant to piss on anybody's parade, but I take "socially conscious" tee shirts with a grain of salt.They make me sick because I know you spent at least $25.00 on it when you could've just made it yourself. Kinda like when GAP had the (red) line [and I wonder how much of the profits <i>really</i> went to Africa. I bet a nice chunk of the celebs in the ads didn't work for free]But back to the point at hand,YES, I believe FULLY in the tee shirt statements <b>I</b> wear.I have a shirt that says: "JON LOVITZ CAN F*CK" and though I have no proof that it's true, I wholeheartedly believe it :)I reserve my chest for vulgarity, not preaching ;)
DarkerMyLove DarkerMyLove 8 years
Not meant to piss on anybody's parade, but I take "socially conscious" tee shirts with a grain of salt. They make me sick because I know you spent at least $25.00 on it when you could've just made it yourself. Kinda like when GAP had the (red) line [and I wonder how much of the profits really went to Africa. I bet a nice chunk of the celebs in the ads didn't work for free] But back to the point at hand, YES, I believe FULLY in the tee shirt statements I wear. I have a shirt that says: "JON LOVITZ CAN F*CK" and though I have no proof that it's true, I wholeheartedly believe it :) I reserve my chest for vulgarity, not preaching ;)
rubialala rubialala 8 years
I love those shirts.
bigestivediscuit bigestivediscuit 8 years
Love the first one! And it's not pretentious either, unlike the popular (and OVERRATED) Anya Hindmarch "I'M NOT A PLASTIC BAG" - ugh. I have one that I bought from an Ani DiFranco concert a while back that says, "I ain't no damsel in distress" (from "Not a Pretty Girl"). :)
Pink_Lipstick Pink_Lipstick 8 years
I like the last one! It's a good opposite of the shirt that Adrianne Curry wore on The Surreal Life that said, "Don't Feed the Model".
nikkih nikkih 8 years
The last one would make a good joke t-shirt.
Daisy6264 Daisy6264 8 years
Sorry, don't like any of them.
jhuck jhuck 8 years
The statements that I wear are usually a joke to get people smiling. I would however wear some of the other t's from the first link!
mwmsjuly19 mwmsjuly19 8 years
Why do they cost so much, especially when they all aren't listed above as being related to a charitable cause? I'd rather just buy a pack of Hanes.
massagegirl massagegirl 8 years
Theses are great! I am going to have to get the biking t-shirt. I love cycling.
SweetPeasMom SweetPeasMom 8 years
I like the last one. :)
SweetPeasMom SweetPeasMom 8 years
I like the last one. :)
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