Updated: Sep 20, 2019
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People should be nice, being nice should be the norm...
But that is not always the case, as we can see everyday with a mere scroll through your feed on social media, or by listening to even just five minutes of news coverage. However, I have always believed in the power of kindness. Kindness that creates a positive change, to empower and help generate growth within your own self, so that you can extend that to others. Thinking so, I constantly strive to incorporate this into every aspect of my life, including of clothes that I wear. That being said, I'm a big advocate of self expression through personal style and urge others to find creative ways of expressing their ideals and beliefs.
That is why when I came across Dude. Be Nice on social media, I was extremely happy to see a great example of a company that cares about social issues, and giving back. Dude. Be Nice knows there is value in being conscious and diverse, and proves it by using models that represent various kinds of people because inclusivity matters, no matter how different from one another we might be. In today's society where we're constantly facing very serious issues, clothing may seem like something trivial to think of at times. Yet, clothing has a strong influence on our personal brand as individuals, which can be a powerful thing in its own.
Please be sure to click on the link to the Dude. Be Nice website, and support this great company affecting social change with ethical production. All of their t-shirts are locally made in Los Angeles at a female owned t-shirt factory making high quality, long lasting products you'll love.
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