I have been meaning to post this shirt for awhile! I have had a whirlwind couple of months recently. You know how you always have A LOT to do, but not enough time to do it… yeah… that’s how I feel.
|Shirt: T-Shirts.com| Shorts & Earrings: Forever 21| Wallet: My Bags|Shoes: BakersShoes| Ring: Premier Designs|
Well, a couple of month ago I had T-Shirts.com reach out and send a shirt to me that artist Kris Zalameda designed. I have to say that I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this shirt. First and foremost I love the design of this shirt. Growing up in Austin and living a green life this shirt speaks a lot to my personal lifestyle. Not only do I love the peaceful message but it also showcases the importance of the Honey Bee. The Honey Bee is important to the ecology of planet Earth. Devoid of delving too much into it… without the Honey Bee humans would cease to exist. This is why it’s important that we respect mother earth and how we treat her well.
This is why I love this T-shirt.
Not only do I love the message I also love the vintage look and feel of this shirt. I am a screen tee junkie like no other (I actually donated much of my collection two months ago). Many times with t-shirts you have to wear them multiple times to get that warn Goldilocks feeling (just right). When this shirt came in I didn’t have to do that. It already had that made for me feeling (plus it was so soft).
I actually may sport this shirt tomorrow for my Sunday shoots as today’s high was 85 degrees.
This is why I love Texas.
Furthermore in the pictures I was at the Deep Ellum Art Walk. It was amazing! I’m hoping to get some of my work featured pretty soon!
I would implore all T-Shirt heads to check out this design. You guys know I’m brutally honest about my clothes, and if I didn’t like the product I would tell you. Kris has amazing work. You can check out his featured collection HERE!
Check out T-Shirt.com HERE!
Check out my photos from the Art Walk below! After the walk is when my soror sis got her Industrial done. You can see that post HERE!
PS: In the event you are wondering the last piece is by Shepard Fairey. Isn’t it incredible?!