A sustainable and ethical fashion t-shirt for Fashion Revolution Week
This T-Shirt Was Not Made In A Sweatshop LIMITED EDITION
Man wearing the Solid State Clothing "This T-shirt Was Not Made In A Sweatshop" t-shirt
This T-Shirt Was Not Made In A Sweatshop LIMITED EDITION

This T-Shirt Was Not Made In A Sweatshop LIMITED EDITION

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Solid State Clothing will donate $5 of each sale to Fashion Revolution, a global movement for a fashion industry that restores the environment and values people over growth and profit.

Stand up for the earth and its inhabitants with an activist t-shirt that talks the talk and walks the walk. We’re highlighting Fashion Revolution Week and Earth Day with this limited-edition Solid State Clothing t-shirt that’s 100% grown and made in the U.S.A. by people paid a fair wage.

Available in our Homesteader Fit M and Homesteader Fit F in white with a black print.

This t-shirt was designed by sustainable fashion writer and consultant Amy DuFault, after she sat back wondering why more people weren't asking where their activist t-shirts were coming from.

This is a pre-sale. Orders will be accepted until Sunday, April 25 at 11:59pm EST. T-shirts will begin to ship end of April / beginning of May.

Tell the Story of #WhoMadeMyClothes and #WhatsInMyClothes

We hope that you’ll be proud to get and wear your Solid State Clothing t-shirt. Did you know that our supply chain helps to support 500 local jobs? (That would be your friends and neighbors, fellow business owners and workers from North and South Carolina). Let’s show the world it’s possible for brands to do fashion in a way that empowers workers and respects nature.

  • Post a selfie wearing your t-shirt on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or whatever platform you use. Tag @solidstateclothingnc on Instagram and @SolidStateClothing on Facebook.
  • Share the news that we’re happy to answer the questions #WhoMadeMyClothes / #WhatsInMyClothes. 

Human rights and the rights of nature are interconnected and interdependent; we are part of the wider living world and our right to a healthy environment depends on the health of our planet.     

            --Fashion Revolution