RESTOCKED! Lovely All Elbows Logo Tee, on a soft tri-blend shirt of Cotton, Polyester, and Rayon in a black heather (think athletic shirt) fabric. They're thin and lightweight and make me extremely proud.
These are slimmer fitting than say, Hanes shirts, similar in width to our previous shirt (but longer in the body). We stock XS to XXL and I heartily recommend the XS for tiny people like me and S and M for normal women. Click here for size chart. Measure your chest and natural waist, that's the best way to find your size.
Check out our facebook gallery with awesome people wearing out shirt!
It's my favorite shirt in my entire wardrobe and I rarely wear t-shirts. Actually, everyone who has one writes me and tells me how much they love their shirt. So what are you waiting for?
No international shipping but all, yes ALL (minus shipping because that gets deducted automatically), profits will be split between National Bail Out and El Segundo's Old Town Music Hall.
Why these two organizations?
We would like to keep supporting Black Lives Matters and protestors against police brutality, and also, to reform the prison system. The National Bail Out collective is a Black-led and Black-centered collective of abolitionist organizers, lawyers and activists building a community-based movement to support our folks and end systems of pretrial detention and ultimately mass incarceration.
We also want to support our favorite place to visit when we're not off covering fights, and that is Old Town Music Hall. Old Town Music Hall is a non-profit organization celebrating classic film and music, offering weekly classic movies and concerts, including many silent films accompanied live on the pipe organ.
Old Town Music Hall has been entertaining Los Angeles residents and visitors for 52 years! The theater was built in 1921 as a silent movie house, and then in 1968 two local musicians, Bill Field and Bill Coffman (the "Two Bills") installed a spectacular 1925 Mighty Wurlitzer Theater Pipe Organ and re-opened the theater as Old Town Music Hall.
We're donating the cost of the shirts too. Meaning, we won't be deducting anything to help us pay for the shirts we printed, every penny that doesn't go to USPS Priority Mail (and yes, sorry, I have to do priority because it's tracked WAY better than First Class) goes to these two lovely organizations.