The Dress A Day Dozen Gift Guide: #8 REMO shirts!

by Erin on December 16, 2010

I really love t-shirts from the Australian-everything-cool store, REMO: Like the "always on" button t-shirt:

Get Always On from REMO General Store

Or this nice skully shirt:

Get Skull & Cross Bones from REMO General Store

Or encourage someone to wear their heart on their sleeve, like so:

Get Heart from REMO General Store

Or the very confusing "t-shirt t-shirt":

Get It's a T Shirt from REMO General Store

Or, of course, a fez!


Get Fez Design from REMO General Store

REMO also lets customers design their own t-shirts! Years ago I made this one, and it's still up:

Get The East Germans Loved Overhead Projectors from REMO General Store

Why should you order t-shirts from Australia? (If you're reading this in Australia, feel free to skip to the end of this paragraph). After all, the internet is practically carpeted wall-to-wall in cool funny t-shirts, why pay the extra shipping? You should order REMO t-shirts because they are superior. They fit well, they wash well, they have women's sizes that aren't based on poorly-scaled-up Barbie clothes, and the fabric is good and sturdy. Plus, when your happy recipients asks you where you got their gifts, you can honestly say "Australia!" 

Shipping from Australia in time for Christmas may be dicey at this point but you can always give a gift certificate … or as they call them, REMO dollars, which are "magically equivalent to Australian dollars."

While you're on the REMO site, you should definitely poke around — they have tons of cool, funny, and useful items.

[And we're still on the fundraising drive/Secret Lives poll:]

If we reach $1200 in donations by December 25, I will write a new "secret lives" story, that will include the top-two vote-getters below:

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JenL December 16, 2010 at 6:28 pm

I really like this shirt…

I found it because of your post a week or so ago.

I’m somewhat fascinated by “Hello my name is…” t-shirts. I used to have one and people usually wanted me to take my “sticker” off.


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