In Oscar Wilde's play Lord Illingworth wasn't entirely wrong about women, we're naturally willful rebels, because we have always had to fight for what we want in this the world instead of accepting the status quo. From Victoria Woodhull and Harriet Tubman to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Gloria Steinem women throughout history have rejected the status quo and smashed bits of the patriarchy along the way. This 1970s aesthetic feminist shirt is the perfect gift for the woman in your life who doesn't accept things for what they are and fights for progress and change.
- soft, cozy ring spun cotton/polyester fleece blend
- hand printed in the USA with eco-friendly water-based inks
- unisex fit -- perfect for both men and women
Our unisex crew neck fleece sweatshirts are perfect for staying cozy warm on chilly days. We print our designs using eco-friendly water-based inks. All of our items are designed and hand-printed to order in our southern California studio.
Sized for a relaxed, unisex fit, measurements as follows:
Small 20 inch width chest x 26.5 inch length
Medium 22 inch width chest x 27.5 inch length
Large 24 inch width chest x 28.5 inch length
X-Large 26 inch width chest x 29.9 inch length
2X-Large 28 inch width chest x 30.5 inch length
3X-Large 30 inch width chest x 31.5 inch length
What do you get when you shop Boredwalk?
😎 Soft, stylish clothing that will definitely get you smiles, nods, and compliments from a secret society of other cool, likeminded humans. And some non-humans. Probably. 👽 😻
🗽 Clothing & accessories designed & printed in & shipped from the USA (California, to be precise).
🙌 The self-satisfaction of knowing that Boredwalk donates thousands to worthy charitable organizations every year. High fives all around! 🙌
👩🏽🎨 Knowing that you’re supporting a woman- and artist-owned small business creating rad jobs in the US.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Shopping with a company committed to delivering a 5-star customer experience.
🚚 FREE shipping and FREE exchanges on U.S. orders.
😍 Printing on custom styles available upon request.