Who says there isn’t room for levity in the Christian experience? Not Victoria and Johhny, the creators of a beautiful new lifestyle brand It’s Bible. After researching the root of the word desire (the Latin root means “of the Father”, they were inspired to create a lifestyle brand that embraces godly desires, namely joy and laughter. And the unwavering love, joy and peace they hold in their hearts for Christ shine brightly in their playful clothing. Read on to learn why I LOVE this their brand and their minimalist chic Love shirt.
Shirt: c/o It’s Bible ($25)
What I love
The message: In these increasingly uncertain and dark times, we can all use a reminder to embrace the laughter and joy God created for us to enjoy in our pursuit of Him.
The design: I’m sucker for graphic design with clean lines and neutral colors, so this shirt was a no-brainer.
The Quality: This tee is made of 100% cotton, which made me nervous at first because I just knew it was going to shrink after the first wash. I shot this shirt after washing it a couple times, and I’m happy to report there was no shrinkage! Not only is this tee made of quality and environmentally-friendly fabric, it’s also expertly constructed with a seamed collarette and taped shoulders.
The Production: I received confirmation from Victoria herself that It’s Bible does NOT use sweat shops and all their products are responsibly made in the USA. Hooray!
The price: All that goodness and this tee is only $25! Sure, it’s Forever 21 cheap, but y’all know how I feel about those fast fashion prices. Spend an extra Jackson and get a tee that wasn’t made at the expense of another human’s safety or dignity. 😉
What I don’t love
The sleeve length: This is the one thing I’d change about this tee. I prefer longer sleeves because cap sleeves tend to create lines at the fattiest part of my upper arms (which makes them look wider). Until I get those Michele Obama arms, I will never be a fan of cap sleeves on a tee.
Other products I love
I honestly wanted to shoot their entire line, but that would’ve been excessive. So I will settle for linking to the other items I’m crushing on from It’s Bible’s latest collection: