Thursday, 27 June 2013

Ban T-shirts: Thought Provoking Shirts With An Important Message!


For those of you who read my blog on a regular basis, you would know that I love reviewing beauty products, jewelry, and of course all kinds of fashion. My top favorite in the fashion world, would have to be t-shirts. Yes, I can be a girly girl at times... love anything that sparkles, but on top of that... I love to be comfortable. What better way then to sport a funky, comfortable t-shirt? Can a girl have too many t-shirts? For me, I don't think so! What I like to look for: something that's pleasing to the eye, great quality, available in many colors, styles and sizes, and it's gotta catch everyone's eye. I want something that will get some people talking, and possibly drop a few mouths at the same time. That's where Ban T-shirts comes in.

They're a company that offers all kinds of political t-shirts with progressive messages. Many thought provoking shirts, with topics like: the environment, immigration, freedom, war and peace. All their shirts are made sweat shop free in the USA.



I received two shirts for review: The Last Fish T-shirt and the Pro-Choice T-shirt. Both captured my eye the first time I saw them on their website. Both with very important messages, and I would be proud to wear them out.

The Pro-Choice shirt is a little more risky to wear out, depending on where you're going. With the topic being of a strong nature, it needs a post of it's own. I feel that it holds a very important message in which I feel strongly about... and I will actually write a separate post regarding it in the near future. A very controversial topic that will get many different views and opinions, but I'm looking forward to taking it on. Keep an eye out for that in the next few weeks!

The Last Fish shirt was my favorite of the two, as I would wear it more often. The shirt was designed with a Native American prophecy in mind, which is usually said to be of Cree origin, but has also been reported as a Hopi prophecy.

"Only when the last tree has died, the last river has been poisoned, the last fish has been caught, will we realize that we can't eat money."



I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this shirt! The khaki green color looks great on my skin-tone, and the pretty coral-reddish color of the fish pops out nicely. The words are in a solid white, which makes them easy to read. I've received many compliments while wearing this shirt, and it was a real conversation starter.  This is by far my favorite new t-shirt that I own... it's excellent quality, pretty, sports an important message, and holds up well to my crazy laundry habits.

Interested in getting your own Ban t-shirt? Of course you are! Click here to visit and grab your items today! Interested in visiting their FacebookPinterest, Tumblr, and Twitter pages? Of course you are... you never know when you could save and get a deal!


Keep an eye out starting this December, as Ban t-shirt is joining in my "12 Days of Christmas Giveaways 2013"! One lucky reader has a chance to win a Ban t-shirt t-shirt of choice.  Be sure to swing by starting December 1st, as there will be new giveaways announced daily!

I received an item(s), in exchange for my honest opinion, and a review of my experience. I did not receive any other compensation or incentive nor was I required to write a positive review. Individual results or experiences may vary.



1 comment:

  1. I love that shirt in pic above and you are right the khaki color does go so nicely with your skin tone. I have never heard of this company before but I am going to check them out especially after reading this review and seeing the shirts. Thank you for the amazing review!

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