Just because election season is over doesn't mean that the political attire has slowed down any. Celebrating Hillary Clinton and all she's done to inspire women everywhere, House Of Hillary created the "Shero" tee. Because girl power is in and always will be. Where can you buy a "Shero" shirt, you ask? There's only one place to get this top, so you can spread the powerful message for yourself.
If you don't already know the brand House of Hillary, you definitely need to. The brand created their Forever44 Collection to honor Barak and Michelle Obama, and now they're doing the same for Hillary Clinton. They already have shirts that read "stay nasty my friends" and "women presidents from the future", but this is their first post-election attire.
House of Hillary's "Shero" shirt is available now on the brand's website for $30.
The "Shero" shirt is a play on celebrating heroes that are women. The "H" in the shirt is the same sign used in Clinton's campaign. Although the brand has an entire collection (and their name) specifically for Clinton, this is the first time that they have specifically mentioned her on their shirts. Right now, it only comes in one color, but the brand has plans to created sweatshirts and long-sleeves as well.
House Of Hillary SHERO Tee, $30, houseofhillary.com
"This is dedicated to Sec. Clinton and her millions of supporters," House of Hillary said in their Instagram post. "Thank you for your grace, poise, and, of course, nastiness."
The shirt comes in sizes small to XXXL and is unisex. All of which are currently available and in stock right now. Something tells me that it won't be around for long though.
There are four other shirts in the #StillWithHer Collection as well. My personal favorite is the red, white, and blue donkey wearing pearls. There's something for every level of Clinton fandom, from "stay nasty" shirts to an "IDFW Trump" tee.
House Of Hillary Stay Nasty Tee, $30, houseofhillary.com
You really can't go wrong, no matter which tee you buy. Although none of the money goes to charity, like some other political shirts, but you're still spreading a powerful message.