Take a stand in this crowd-pleasing shirt.
By April Cumming, Photo courtesy of Daisy Natives
“We don’t compete. We empower,” Sarah Eckett, founder of Daisy Natives, writes on her website. “We embrace our weird and wear what we want.”
In January 2015, Eckett founded Daisy Natives, a lifestyle brand selling screen-printed T-shirts, hats, pins, mugs and stickers. Fast-forward to January 2017, and her Girls Support Girls T-shirt—pictured here in pink and red—gained overnight popularity when it became one of the messages worn by women participating in women’s marches throughout the country.
With the female voice and support for women’s empowerment and equality issues at the forefront of our national attention, love for the unisex cotton tee shows no sign of slowing down.
“Women are strong, but when we stop putting each other down and start lifting each other up and working together to make the world a better, safer and more equal place, we’re even stronger,” Eckett says. “The Girls Support Girls tee is a sign of solidarity, and Daisy Natives hopes to be a small symbol of hope in the women-empowerment movement.”
As though you needed more convincing to sport one of Eckett’s shirts, it’s worth noting $1 from every purchase of the Girls Support Girls tee is donated to Girls for a Change, a national organization that inspires girls to have the voice, ability and problem-solving capacity to speak up, be decision makers, create vision- ary change and realize their full potential.
Girls Support Girls T-shirt, $30