We remember when we would have thought these shirts signified “empowerment.” That they signified a certain flipness, a taking back of power. A declaration of rebelliousness. So we get it. But we are living in a time where women’s voices must be heard, and to reduce ourselves to messaging how drunk we are or how much we love vodka ... why? Don’t we have better things to champion?
Bad & Boozy
I think this photo is supposed to signal a *carefree*weekend. Something about a brunch or festival? Hard pass to it all. Shirts like this don’t show you are cool, “bad” or different. These shirts send the same message: “I am buying what they are selling.” Alcohol as freedom, alcohol as rebellion, alcohol as the *bad girl* accessory, complete with the matching T. 😐 There is another way. What are you buying today? What are you wearing? What messages are you supporting? #tellbetterstories#alcohol#ootd#freedom #Repost@girlsthinkimfunny with @get_repost ・・・ Swipe left ❤️ @untamedego has the cutest things !