T-shirt Giveaway: Quirkie Kids

Screen Shot girl at 1.47.28 PMOne of the things readers write to me about the most is how to find clothes—in particular, clothes that allow their kids to express their own unique selves. And sometimes, a line of clothing comes along that lets kids do just that.

Quirkie Kids is a new line of pink t-shirts for kids with playful designs not usually associated with the color pink—slime, say, or Godzilla. Owner Martine Zoer says, “Quirky Kids is about more than just pink t-shirts. It’s about encouraging kids to embrace their uniqueness and giving them more options to express themselves through their clothing.” 

Martine has generously offered to give two of my readers a Quirkie Kids t-shirt—comment below for a chance to win.

Screen Shot kids:kickstarter at 1.48.20 PMMartine is hoping to raise $2500 in a 30-day Kickstarter campaign to launch Quirkie Kids as a small business. There are less than two weeks left to the campaign, and Quirky Kids is halfway to meeting its fundraising goal (to celebrate the halfway point, Martine launched a new design: Rhino. Rhino is available exclusively to Kickstarter backers, printed on American Apparel Fine Jersey fuchsia t-shirts.).  If you support Martine’s mission, support her campaign here.Screen Shot RHINOat 1.49.12 PM

COMMENT BELOW FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A QUIRKY KIDS T-SHIRT! VOTES WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH SATURDAY. THE TWO RANDOMLY-SELECTED WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED  MONDAY.

 “Join us in showing the little ones in our lives that it is okay to think for themselves.”

-Martine Zoer

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  1. Nidhi says

    Totally love the designs on the t-shirts… what a great way to make our kids get comfortable with animals, ourselves.. My son is so gonna love this

  2. Hillary says

    Perfect!!! I was just talking with my son about his very dirty pink shirt. I’d love another pink shirt to add to his wardrobe.

  3. Paul Hudson says

    My daughter’s new favorite color is blue, but I’m sure she’d love a blast from her past with one of these rad pink shirts!

  4. Deven says

    My son just advised that his favorite color has changed from red to “pink-red” – which is exactly this color! He would LOVE one of these shirts!

  5. Chris V says

    What a smart idea! After all, pink isn’t just for princesses. ha! Good luck in this exciting endeavor.

  6. Joy Connolly says

    I tell folks all the time that my boys and I are reclaiming pink. These tees would be a very welcome addition to the boys wardrobe!

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