University of Motherhood© Vintage Tee

$ 28.95
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Motherhood is a journey of constant learning, and each day brings new challenges and triumphs. Some days we feel like experts, while other days, we feel like we're struggling to keep up. But no matter what, we are all in this together, and our 'University of Motherhood' vintage wash tee is a symbol of that.

This shirt is the perfect way to show off your mom pride and solidarity with other mamas who are doing their best and making it work, one day at a time. Whether you're feeling like a professor or a student, this shirt is a reminder that we are all on this journey together and doing our best to navigate the ups and downs of motherhood. Get yours today and add a stylish and comfortable shirt to your mom wardrobe.

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  • Soft Mineral Vintage Wash
  • Laundered for superior hand-feel.
  • 100% combed and ring-spun cotton.
  • PLEASE NOTE: The Vintage tee achieves its authentic look and feel through the special dye and mineral wash processes, which create unique and natural variances in texture, distress, and shade. These are intentional and are NOT considered defective. Please take care as the colors may transfer. Wash separately. Avoid contact with pale fabric & surfaces, and follow our care instructions carefully.


  • This unisex fit tee is perfect for women who want a relaxed and comfortable fit. Women typically size down by one size for a more fitted style, or they can order their regular women's size for a relaxed look. For example, if a woman is typically a medium in women's sizing, she should order a unisex small for a more fitted style, or a unisex medium for a relaxed fit. Keep in mind that unisex items have longer sleeves and a longer body than a typical woman's tee, so they may fit differently than you're used to. Be sure to check out our size chart and our Products/Sizing page for more information on finding the perfect fit. Happy shopping

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