Dress Like a Woman T-Shirt by Katie McMurry

Design By:
Katie McMurry

I'm a work at home mom and wife; a photographer, graphic designer, calligrapher, babysitter, knitter, and anything else that will keep me out of a cubicle while also supporting my family. I believe in working with my hands and that you are never to old to learn something new. I earned a black belt at 39 and at age 40 started working as a mosaic artist.

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Design By:
Katie McMurry

I'm a work at home mom and wife; a photographer, graphic designer, calligrapher, babysitter, knitter, and anything else that will keep me out of a cubicle while also supporting my family. I believe in working with my hands and that you are never to old to learn something new. I earned a black belt at 39 and at age 40 started working as a mosaic artist.

This soft, vintage-feel t-shirt comes pre-washed and pre-shrunk, making sure that your size and color will hold up with time. Ring-spun yarn makes it feel lighter than a regular cotton t-shirt, and it's softer and more durable. 100% ring-spun cotton, Pre-washed, Double-stitched neckline, Crew neck. Our men's shirts are the Bella + Canvas 3001 and our women's shirts are Anvil 880. Our youth shirts are Anvil 990B.  Printed in Los Angeles, CA. International orders may be subject to customs duties & taxes. Note: Our apparel generally runs small so we encourage you to order one size larger than you normally would.

Proceeds Support:
Proceeds support Ultraviolet, a powerful and rapidly growing community of people from all walks of life mobilized to fight sexism and expand women's rights. We Can Do It! is a collection of designs inspired by the iconic “We Can Do It” poster of the 1940's to celebrate modern-day workers (women and men alike) who keep the country running and rarely receive the recognition they deserve.

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Artist Statement

I was spurred on by my daughters to create protest art that was exciting, encouraging, and appropriate for the elementary school set. This series started as a response to #dresslikeawoman and later Hillary Clinton's comment about playing the woman card. - Katie McMurry