By now, it’s pretty apparent that I really like graphic tees. I’d be lying if I said that about 50% of my closet wasn’t filled with words. I can’t help it. I love a good, witty line- especially if I can wear it! The majority of my favorite tees include some sort of bible verse or claim of faith on them. Yes, I’m one of those people. It’s no surprise to me that many think it’s silly and/or annoying, trust me. When I was in middle school I was bullied for it. I was seen as the ugly, shy, nerdy girl with “For God so loved the world…” on her shirt. It got to the point where I became home-schooled because the comments, dirty looks and even pushing became too much to handle… But check me out now haters, you can’t hold this girl back! Hehe. 🙂
I wear these shirts because I’m proud and very grateful to have a relationship with The Lord, so why wouldn’t I show that in my personal style?! If you can relate to me, let me introduce you to my friends at SOURCE. My favorite thing about this company is how simple their tees are. They’re true, to the point, classic, easy to dress up and down, and wonderfully comfortable (like, your favorite tee, comfy). Another great thing about them is that they give all proceeds to charity, so you can feel good about shopping with them. I highly recommend checking out their inventory, HERE, you’re going to love what you see!
I chose this specific tee because it reminds me that I am loved and confident. My confidence comes from knowing that The Creator of the universe absolutely adores me, not what others think about me. He knows every little detail about me, He died for me and He’s coming back for me. He calls me “beloved”. Because of this, I don’t have to concern myself with what everyone else thinks of me or what society tells me I should be. I can be comfortable in my own skin, I can love myself, I can be myself and I can inspire others to know that they, too, are loved.
“We hope that our designs will prompt conversations that give you an opportunity to share Jesus and His finished redemptive work on the cross.” –SOURCE.