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Do It Tomorrow White Long Sleeve T-Shirt is a collaborative design created by Lonely Kids Club and Rachel Peck. I tried mirroring my entire personality into a design.
The Do It Tomorrow sloth resembles a part of all of us who want to delay what they’re doing to watch something on Netflix or keep looking through meaningless internet articles / meaningful memes. As a final touch to really bring out the colours we did it as a three colour screen print on both sides (six screens total) so the pink pantone looks amazing.
I was legit meant to write this product description yesterday but put it off til today which only makes me want to live in this T-shirt more.
Our T-shirts are ethically produced (Fair Trade Certified), screen printed by hand in Sydney and each tee is 100% cotton and pre-shrunk.
Toby is 5 foot 10 and Miki is 5 foot 7. Both are wearing size medium.
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We do not mass-produce our garments. All our clothing is only ever produced in limited quantities. When you wear one of our goods you know you’re one of the few who will ever get the opportunity to do so and there is something special about that. It allows the clothing to feel more personal and more of a statement .
Here at Lonely Kids Club we believe in fair, ethical production. We don’t think people need to be exploited to create clothing. We do not use sweatshop labour in any part of the production process. We have all factories we work with inspected, and make sure all workers are being paid fairly and working in a clean, safe work environment. We produce all our goods from scratch, so we are able to monitor the production process from fabric printing all the way to finished product. This allows us to make sure the entire process is done ethically. We personally believe this makes the clothes feel better for the buyer, and this also leads to better quality goods.
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