DESIGN: Everything is Gonna Be OK Long Sleeve T-Shirt

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2021 is here and we have all survived. Sure, everyone has suffered losses (both huge and small) and we have sacrificed a lot in 2020. If anything, though, the past year has been a portal towards our growth as individuals and as a species. Humanity has the opportunity to bounce back this year. Our optimism is the only thing that has held our heads above water, and we made it to today. Sometimes, you just need to have faith and tell yourself, “Everything is gonna be OK.”

Revolution Australia’s Everything is Gonna Be OK Long Sleeve T-Shirt reminds us of this hopeful thought. This shirt is as comfy as can be, a relaxing top to wear both in and out of the house. The long sleeve shirt is made of 90% cotton and 10% polyester. It comes in a slim fit so you can order up a size if you prefer a casual, baggy look. The Everything is Gonna Be OK Long Sleeve T-Shirt comes in 6 different colors: Black, White, Dark Blue, Heather Grey, Dark Grey, and Cardinal.,longsleeve,x2000,9a243e:1112aca058,front-c,190,60,1000,1000-bg,f8f8f8.u1.jpg

Show your love to family and friends with a simple, unique, minimalist gift! Revolution Australia’s premium shirts, bags and other merch are one-of-a-kind pieces. The Everything is Gonna Be OK Long Sleeve T-Shirt is just one among many unique prints that you can give to your loved ones.

Each item from the Revolution Australia shop is ethically-sourced and locally-made.

Support small businesses and let’s rise together through this pandemic!

You can get the Everything is Gonna Be OK Long Sleeve T-Shirt here:

This particular design may also be bought as a racerback tank top, tri-blend T-shirt, cotton tote bag, mask and many more.

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