Did you know that pink was originally a color for boys? It’s true. Up until the 1940’s, boys were dressed in pink and girls in blue. And then it got all confusing.
is a clothing line out of Oakland, CA that focuses on undressing
stereotypes while dressing cool kids. Most of the shirts are American
Apparel, many are organic, and all are locally screen-printed with
water-based ink. You might like the Girly Girl tee, which is neither pink nor traditionally girly. In fact, the letters are spelled out with things like a scooters, a snare drum, and a baseball bat. Also a doll. Because girls should be able to play with all of the above, right?
Maybe you want your future leader in the Forget princess. Call me president
onesie. Or you can skip the words and go straight to a refreshing
collection of pink fire trucks, lavender rockets, purple guitars, and
hot pink dirtbikes.
through 12. And they even have some select tees for mamas and papas who
dig the cool combination of girlish and boyish– whatever those mean.
Personally, I’m waiting for a pink robot. With glitter. ~Delilah