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Revenge Is Recycled Bottle T-shirts Review

Revenge Is pretty sweet, if you ask us! It’s actually a brand-new fashion line that’s made with organic cotton/recycled PET fiber spun from plastic bottles! Who would have thought your old pop bottle could become such a soft, comfy and cool piece of clothing!?!


Seriously Soft

Seriously … we just can’t get enough of these super-soft T-shirts! Revenge Is, which is based in LA, makes all of its T-shirts from organic cotton or an organic cotton-recycled PET blend. That means they’re totally green and you can feel good about wearing them! All the shirts say “Revenge Is” on the front and let you pick from three different messages on the back … plus, they come in sizes to suit you, your mom or your dad! Can you say perfect planet-friendly present???


Fashion Activism

Here’s what the founder of Revenge Is, Marilyn Barrett, has to say about “fashion activism” on her website: “Our products and slogans have been conceived to acknowledge and validate our collective frustrations, while at the same time encourage and inspire us and others to take action — to take meaningful steps toward a stable climate, a clean environment, energy independence, national security, a healthy economy, and a country of high moral principle and international regard that we can be proud of.”

Tees & Bags

While we got a super-soft, comfy and cool-looking T-shirt to review, you can also get eco-friendly reusable bags from Revenge Is. Both bags and some of the shirts are made by melting recycled plastic bottles down to a fine yard that’s then blended with organic cottom to create fab fashion!


Get it now: www.revengeis.com.


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