Attitude is something that is held in the highest regard in the entertainment industry. Those who thrive in Tinseltown often wear their attitude on their sleeve, which explains why GoodGirl Tanks & Tees, a brand that literally lets you wear it on your sleeve, has been seen on the hottest celebs around town. Owner of the brand, Erin McGee, who built the shirt line in support of women and girls who “know their minds, know what they want and tend not to follow the rules” has made a bold statement in the area of fashion.
Each shirt features quick, witty and sometimes fierce slogans such as “I’m the Pretty Sister”, “I read your texts” and “I Drink My Calories” among many other truthful and instinctual thoughts a person has on an everyday basis. Think of it as the guilty pleasure of fashion wear. However, this brute honesty that has made them such a popular, trending item was never the original intention. McGhee explained, “When we first came up with the idea, the quips were meant to be ironic, but we soon realized these were things we really, really, really wanted to say to people!”
With famous fans of t-shirt including World War Z actress Abigail Hargrove, Pitch Perfect's Hana Mae Lee, country superstar Kellie Pickler, Dancing with the Stars' Chelsie Hightower and Peta Murgatroyd, Disney's Zendaya, VH1’s “Hit The Floor” star Valery Ortiz, model Brooke Burke and Olympic Gold Medalist Aly Raisman, GoodGirl Tanks & Tees attract a certain kind of woman – a winner.
They just recently appeared at the Teen Choice Awards Suite where it attracted loads of attention for the simple yet expressive shirts. Celebrities such as “Glee” actress Lauren Potter, rap sensation Bobby Brackins, and even NBA super star John Salley took the opportunity to grab a tank with their favorite profound statement.
“I already have so many,” said Lauren Potter about the blunt designs. “I can never make up my mind, but I’ll get one for my friend.”
These days honesty breeds the best humor, which makes GGT&T’s one hilarious offense. However, they also do a great job of reflecting our ever-changing societal priorities and social media obsession with one of the tees proudly displaying “I Unfriended You”.
Although a gents line is rumored to be in progress, even men are grabbing the tank tops for a day at the beach or to wear for a workout. Let’s face it; fit men don’t mind wearing tighter shirts… maybe that should be the first slogan.
To get your own empowering GoodGirl Tanks & Tees you can check out their websitehttp://www.goodgirltees.com/.