The hottest sheer T-shirt ads and products are now produced by Blondes Make Better T-Shirts.
The entire line is eco-friendly with fabrics fit perfectly for a day or night on Gasparilla Island.
Launched in fall 2010 by award-winning Norwegian designer artist Lise Ellingsen, the T-shirt line for men and women is produced in California using "100 percent sustainable fabrics from around the world." Meaning: No sweatshops and no cheap pseudo fabrics.
Blondes Make Better T-Shirts turns the typical blonde jokes upside down.
This fun, chic T-shirt line is quirky enough to be original and soft enough to be stylish.
The T-shirt line mocks stereotypical blonde jokes but its design and comfortable fabrics have come to bank serious business.
Witty graphics and odd design aspects such as the upside-down pocket makes Blondes Make Better T-shirts unique.
Blondes Make Better
T-Shirts at a glance
Creator:?Lise Ellingsen, designer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (917) 628-8983
Launch: Fall 2010?
HQ: New York?
Trade shows: ENK Vegas and Coterie or Capsule?
Key looks: T-shirts with upside down pockets, iron burn mark prints and photography of blondes in funny situations.?
Available: 60 retailers?
Eco-notes: 100 percent sustainable, sweatshop-free and ethically responsible fabrics.
Available at Saks Fifth Ave and Harvey Nichols among 60 retailers, the price point goes for $48 to $68. Go to blondesmakebettertshirts.com.