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Threadless Thursday

I know, I’m all over the place with my Threadless days. But today is such a good a good day for Threadless because they are offering $15 off orders of $50 or more with coupon code: SEEUINSEPT (expires September 5). And they have some reprints:
For the Zombie Lover (In Case of Zombies by Olly Moss):

How to Kill a Zombie

For the Geek (The Robot’s Renaissance by Donald Lim and Evan Ferstenfeld):

technology meets nature

For the Nature Lover (Ocean Breath by Chalermphol Harnchakkham):

ocean wave of birds

I was reading a blog recently that said plus size women shouldn’t wear novelty tees and that we should wear solid tees and decorate them up with belts and jewelry. My thoughts, obviously differ as I like to post about my favorite Threadless tees often. While I love the look of solid tees dressed with belts and necklaces, I also love novelty tees. I think novelty tees are fun and look great with a pair of jeans or khakis and layered under cardigans, sweaters, and jackets. They are also great for working out, make great conversation pieces, and are supporting a great designer community.
But more importantly, I don’t believe in limiting what we wear especially if it’s something we like. I do believe in diversity however– so wearing novelty tees seven days a week wouldn’t be a priority of mine. Unless maybe if I worked at Google but even then I’d probably change it up with some solids like suggested.
Like everything else in fashion, novelty tees have a place and if you like them you should wear them. If you don’t like them, definitely don’t wear them. But I think every one should have at least one novelty tee that they love and wear proudly.
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One Comment

  1. I have never seen a problem with ladies wear screen t-shirts. If what you are wear is for comfort and fits with your personality I say go for it.

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