Monday, October 3, 2011

Start Small to Make a Big Change with Tiny Revolutionary Clothing {Review}

Tiny Revolutionary logoOne of the beneficial aspects of having two daughters is being able to get twice the use out of my favorite articles of their clothing. There's just something so great about kids' apparel that makes me smile - whether it's the fun colors, cute prints, or trendy miniature styles... there are some pieces that I never want them to outgrow.

Those favorites in particular are the ones that not only demonstrate fashion and high quality, but are also unique, innovative, and have that extra stand-out-from-the-crowd aspect to them. After all, who wants to look just like everyone else?

Currently the company that sums up everything I love about children's clothing absolutely perfectly is none other than Tiny Revolutionary.

Tiny Revolutionary reviewOn a mission to make the world a kinder, more peaceful place, Tiny Revolutionary works to help the parents of today raise and develop their children into the inspired, socially conscious adults of tomorrow. Why not dress your child in something that they'll love while also teaching them to celebrate their individuality and encouraging them to spread love, hope and peace to the world?

I can't remember the last time I was so inspired by a clothing company.

Along with the fun and positive graphics on their clothing, Tiny Revolutionary ensures that they are printed on sweatshop free, eco-friendly and organic fabrics. You'll be able to rest assured that your child will be completely comfortable while promoting compassion, social responsibility, courage, the modern family, and just about every other heartfelt quality that I want my children to grow up and believe in.

That's why I couldn't have been happier when a brightly-colored fun package from Tiny Revolutionary arrived to send their great message our way.

Tiny RevolutionaryAfter looking through their catalog, I slowly unwrapped the shirt, knowing full well that I was going to love the I'll Change The World Someday Youth Tee even before I had it fully out of the orange paper.

kids shirtYep, I absolutely loved it.

I loved the crisp slate color, the clear font, and the colorful birds and earth designs (and that they're printed using non-toxic, water-based inks) and the overall powerful yet simple message.

I'm not sure who was more excited to have Big Sister E put this on, but I know that I haven't been more proud of a t-shirt in a long, long time.

kids shirtWhat does your shirt say? I'll ask, every time she puts it on.

I'm going to change the world someday! She responds brightly.

That's right. You are. I know that you will. I say, hugging her tightly.

With soft, comfortable pieces available in bold designs for infants through adults, I become a bigger fan of Tiny Revolutionary every time I visit their site. They have a great shirt in support of everything from the environment to animal rights to adoption and many more.

Even better, their Tiny Bucks program ensures that they donate $1 from the sale of all of their tees to the charity of the customer's choice (from charity shirtsan approved list). Or, for an even bigger donation, they feature a popular line of t-shirts called "The Giving Tee," where they partner with children's charities to produce shirts that articulate their work and service. The tees are then sold on TinyRevolutionary.com with a large portion of the profit going directly to the charities themselves.

Prices on this amazing clothing ranges from $15 - $30 for onesies, tees, long-sleeve thermals, and hoodies... but the feeling that you'll get seeing your child (or the lucky recipient of a great gift) wearing a piece from Tiny Revolutionary? That's right, priceless.

Visit Tiny Revolutionary on their website, Facebook, Twitter, and their blog and help support this mom-run business and their efforts and ambition to make a difference in this world, one shirt at a time.

(Other than the tee I was provided by Tiny Revolutionary, I was not compensated or enticed to do this review in any way. This review is solely my honest opinion of this inspiring and amazing company and their products.)

6 comments:

J Schwartz said...

My oldest is Autistic and I tell him all the time, he will change the world some day! I have to buy this shirt! Thanks for sharing!

Mellisa said...

I love this shirt! I am all about dressing my kids in clothes that make a statement and this definitely does! Your daughter is adorable and makes me want to go out and buy this shirt as fast as I can for mine :0

Ayana said...

LooooVE THIS SHIRT!

blueviolet said...

I adore that saying, and she really might! Love that whole line!

Sippy Cup Mom said...

Okay, that is awesome, I want that shirt for Hayden!

Lolo @ Crazy About My Baybah said...

I have never heard of that company before. I am in love with their clothes and that it is for a good cause!