Here’s Where You Can Get Lola Kirke’s Badass Women’s March Tee
We learned so much from yesterday’s Women’s March on Washington. We were beyond inspired by countless #WhyIMarch tweets and uplifted by all the beautiful, badass folks (and there were a LOT of them!) coming together and showing support for one another. In fact, we’re STILL buzzing from the glow of yesterday’s uplifting events, and luckily, we’ve got the perfect way to keep the good vibes rolling.
Like many of her fellow celebs, actress Lola Kirke took part in yesterday’s March less than two weeks after being shamed for rocking armpit hair on the red carpet. But it wasn’t her hair that had our attention yesterday: It was her t-shirt. Showing off her #femmepride, Lola donned a seriously badass tee that had all of Instagram talking.
Donning a shirt with the slogan “Girls Support Girls,” Lola let her inner DIY star shine by grabbing a Sharpie and listing all the people and causes girls support. She shared her creation on Insta, writing: “Thank you @ryotnews for reminding me #neutral is not a f*cking option and for giving me this amazing @daisynatives tee. And thank you @sharpie for helping me make it my own. (Oh and thanks @mom for indulging me in this pic ;)”
Frankly, we think this is a genius tee for every day of the year, and Daisy Natives is where you can snag your very own ($30). Designed “because too often we’d rather compete than lift each other up,” the shirts are unisex, screen-printed in Austin and, perhaps best of all, they give back too: Daisy Natives donates $1 from the sale of each shirt 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 visionary change and realize their full potential.” YAS!
The only catch? You’ll have to wait until February for them to be back in stock. (We wonder why? *wink, wink*) TOTALLY worth it, if you ask us.
What were your fave moments from yesterday’s country-wide events? Tweet us @BritandCo.
(h/t Hello Giggles, photo via Frazer Harrison/Getty)