How are you doing, guys? To be completely honest with you, I’m feeling really low. London has headed into Tier Two Lockdown, which means that we can’t meet people indoors. And it happens to be raining most of the time, so things are sad AF at the moment. So I do hope that things are a bit better for all you guys! So I wanted to keep it light for today’s post and show off some more incredible feminist tshirts from The Spark Company for your viewing pleasure!
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Yeeeeeeah, boi! We’re back at it again with The Spark Company t-shirts! And back again with The Fiancé® modelling too, even if he’s very, very uncomfortable doing it, hehe. On the back of our last post modelling shirts from this awesome brand, they were kind enough to gift us each another design to show you!
Kickass Feminist Tshirts
If you didn’t happen to read my last post about The Spark Company, there’s one thing I want you to know; These are the best t-shirts you will find. Honestly, I really adore the quality of these shirts, and believe everyone should have one. They’re super soft, wash well without pilling, and the print is vibrant, solid and without cracks.
Now, other than the great quality, there’s so many other amazing things that come from buying from The Spark Company. The t-shirts are ethically made without sweatshop/child labour. The products are printed to-order, which cuts down on waste. The packaging is plastic-free and recyclable. These things are A++, of course.
But also, when you buy from The Spark Company, you’re supporting incredible charities such as Bloody Good Period and akt plus local rape crisis centres, which means guilt-free shopping when you fill your wardrobe with them. Isn’t that great?! I’d love to see more brands doing this from now on!
One thing you should know about Joe is that other than working as a mental health support worker and doing a mental health nursing degree — he’s also a playwright! He writes brilliant plays which often feature strong female leads, and so he fell in love with this t-shirt instantly, it was almost as if it was made for him! He’s wearing the L size for a nice long fit, and personally I think he looks great in it! Their standard tees are unisex, even if they’re not in the ‘mens’ section, just in case you were wondering on the cut of them!
I wanted something in black (the colour of my cold, dark soul hahahah) but had a print I could wear with high-waisted skirts. A few of their designs are more all-over-designs, which is great if you don’t wear them tucked in like I do. When I saw the Fight Like A Girl design, I loved the rockabilly/tattoo vibe, but it reminded me of the Emilie Autumn song, but also a quote I heard as a teenager that I can’t find the origin of.
When a woman fights, she fights to protect something. To protect their body, their sanity or those closest to them. They fight to the death. So fight like a girl.unknown
It’s a quote that spurred my little feminist heart, and made me stronger as a person. I come from a family of badass women who battle on when things are against them, so the idea of women not being strong really confuses me, and always has done. So it’s a nice reminder when I wear it that strength is a woman. Oh. And I’m wearing an XL, haha!
Have you guys bought from The Spark Company?
What do you think of their awesome feminist tshirts? Let me know in those comments!