Print of the week

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Bring me the genius who designed this shirt, which at first glance looks like standard-issue leopard print, but upon closer inspection reveals itself to be a happy cluster of Ruth Bader Ginsbergs. And thanks to Stef, for passing it along.

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    Cindy B
    5 Feb 2019
    1:00pm

    I’ll proudly wear a color that makes me look slightly jaundiced to show my adoration for RBG.

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    Kate
    29 Jan 2019
    7:43pm

    I’m not too thrilled with the colors and cut, but I still bought it. Ha. I can tuck it in and wear a sweater over it.

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    Kirstjen
    29 Jan 2019
    5:03pm

    I love it, but I’d never wear clothing that matches a muffin. I look like shit in earth tones…

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    Candy
    29 Jan 2019
    1:30pm

    Thank you Stef and Kim. This is awesome! Dissent fashion!

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    Kathi
    29 Jan 2019
    1:35pm

    What a freaking powerful shirt!!!

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    Mamavalveeta03
    29 Jan 2019
    12:18pm

    This would make me smile!

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    suz
    29 Jan 2019
    12:25pm

    I love this! Love that it reads leopard from a distance, and then turns out to be even cooler 🙂

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    c.w.
    29 Jan 2019
    8:32am

    Ordered

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      Dana D
      29 Jan 2019
      9:12am

      Me also…:)

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    Gemma
    29 Jan 2019
    8:52am

    I love the print, but on closer inspection, I’m disappointed in the boxy cut of the shirt. A RBG skirt, though, I would wear with great pride!

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    Tamara
    29 Jan 2019
    10:55am

    Ordered one for me and one for my bff…

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    Heather
    29 Jan 2019
    11:05am

    I saw this on Betabrand! I can’t do the colors and agree with Gemma above re boxy cut… but would love something else in this print/different palette.

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    ab
    23 Feb 2019
    1:28am

    Is this legal (ha!)? Using someone’s likeness on a product when they have not given permission, which I assume she hasn’t? It just seems wrong to me.

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