It's Okay To Be Different | LakiKid Autism Awareness Long Sleeve Shirt
This long-sleeved t-shirt is made of the ultra-smooth American Apparel cotton, and adds the sensibility of long sleeves. The sleeves are cuffed at the hand, to make for a tapered look. The t-shirt is made out of 100% cotton, except for the heather grey color (90% cotton, 10% polyester).
• Long sleeves
• Cuffed hands
• Durable ribbed neckband
• Double stitched
• Made in the USA, sweatshop-free
With an inspirational and uplifting message that encourages us all to embraces our differences, this tee shirt is perfect for anyone on the autism spectrum or anyone trying to raise awareness for the cause
Show your support and pride for children and families dealing with autism with this colorful graphic tee shirt, perfect for wearing to charity races, fundraisers, autism awareness events, support groups, and community events
Bold, bright colors, an eye-catching pattern, and a positive message make the It's Okay To Be Different Autism Awareness T-Shirt perfect for anyone suffering from autism, raising a child with autism, or trying to raise awareness about the disorder. This tee shirt features a comfortable short sleeve fit and is detailed with a multicolor print of four children, each of which boasts their own color or unique pattern. Detailed with the words "it's okay to be different," this tee shirt encourages positivity, acceptance, and understanding that every child is individual and unique in their own special way. It's a message that relates not only to autism, but to people in general, and it serves as a great reminder that we should be accepting and encouraging of all the little differences among us. This colorful tee shirt is perfect for wearing to autism awareness events, charity events, charity races, fundraisers, community event, school celebrations, and anywhere that you want to start a conversation about the autism spectrum or help to raise awareness. The colorful graphic print offers a fun, playful look, making this tee ideal for anyone who wants a lighthearted way to shine light on a difficult issue.