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Hello my fashion followers!  I have a great find for you today, that I can not wait to share.  A new line of eco-friendly tee’s has been brought to my attention and I have a great deal to offer all my fashionistas this morning.  You know I’m OBSESSED with a great eco-brand (check out my past POST) and today I can share with you a new line brought to us by Electric Archery.  The new line, Rasta Centaur, is starting off with a couple of eco-friendly tee’s for the sports minded fashionista.  Inspired by the archery obsession that came out of last year’s THE HUNGER GAMES, these tee’s are comfy & stylish and able to be worn by any lady (or ladyboy, who are we to judge) ready to kick butt.  I personally love a great cotton tee and these look fantastic and I can’t wait for you all to try them.

 “These first edition, consciously tie-dyed tees are optimistic designs that offer a modern look, giving the sport of archery and everyday wear a fresh upgrade Made of 100% breathable Israel cotton, these tees are great worn as regular tank tops and are comfy on the skin. Designed by our friends at Gypsy05.com, these orm fitting and optimitsic tees look great on and off the range.”

The Green Tee

The Green Tee

Starting today get these great looks on SALE right HERE.Khatuna and Jennifer
While your buying these great new styles check out Khatuna Lorig
wearing one of the tee’s in an interview with AOL HERE.
OH… I’m sorry did I not mention who Khatuna Lorig is,
she’s my bad ass chic of the year.  The 4 time Olympic athlete
who trained Jennifer Lawrence in archery for THE HUNGER GAMES
(yes the Jennifer Lawrence who recently WON the best actress Oscar).
I can not wait to hear all your fabulous feedback so get your
shopping ON and let me know what you think.

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