Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Go Pink Or Go Home

I have to admit that I did not plan on making a Breast Cancer Awareness shirt, the thought didn't even cross my mind!  I feel awful about that!!!!

I received an email from Kelly and she simply asked if I was going to design a shirt because she had JUST been diagnosed with Breast Cancer.  I jumped right on it and knew without a doubt that I needed this reminder to make a shirt, sell hundreds of them, and then donate the proceeds! It was a no brainer!

We initially wanted to make a shirt that said "F*&% Cancer" but decided that it wouldn't be really cute for our daughters to wear that.  We threw a few other ideas around, but felt like we needed to make one shirt, with one vision, and one that everyone could wear!  I believe we accomplished that goal!

I paired the Neon Pink American Apparel raglan shirt, breast cancer ribbon, and our signature striped bow.....and gave it all a vintage vibe.  I added the vintage touch show that we are in support, we have been in support, and we will always be in support!

Kelly is just beginning her battle with breast cancer, and I plan to follow her every step of the way and will cheer her on as she kicks it to the curb!  You can follow her journey on her new blog HERE. She has the best sense of humor, spirit, and I couldn't be more excited and honored that she decided to ask ME to make a shirt.  

I am donating all proceeds to the charity of her choice The Cancer Support Center, and I can't even wait to write that check in her name!  

To order this shirt, check out our shop and preorder for you, for your friends, for your family, for a survivor, for a fighter, or for anyone that needs a little pink in their life.   We have this shirt available in adult unisex sizing and matching children's shirts!  Shipping will run from the last week in September-first week in October.  Let's be honest....this is not only an issue for the month of you will be able to wear this baby all year long and shout your support! 

Let's all secretly rock this shirt and know that what it really means is "F%$# Cancer"!


  1. I love this, and will be keeping Kelly in my thoughts! Would you ever consider doing one for Pancreatic Cancer awareness? (PCA month is November, and their color is purple.) Last September I lost both my aunt, and my father-in-law to pancreatic cancer, just twelve days apart. Little is known about that type of cancer, and it currently only has a 6% survival rate.

    1. So the same ribbon....just in purple? I can totally do that! Let's get in touch about it!



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