When the opportunity arose to collaborate with Wire & Honey, we jumped at the chance! Awesome statement apparel for both kids and adults, standing up for equality, love and so much more…
“At Wire and Honey, we believe in giving back to the community in any way that we can. We knew from the beginning that we wished to have a philanthropic business model in which we would donate a portion of all proceeds to charity. The problem was deciding what charity we wanted to support; there were so many that we loved!”
Pictured- “Goose”, “Maverick” & “Iceman” Top Gun Tees.
Ok, admittedly I’ve never seen Top Gun *ducks and hides*, and it’s not even on my “need to see list’. The kids haven’t seen it either, but they LOVE the design and feel of the fabric. Top marks and kiddie approved! That being said, Mr Kiki Blah-Blah absolutely LOVED these Top Gun inspired tee’s. He’s seen the film and can’t wait to rock his “Maverick” T-shirt and have his crew also dressed in character. I’m sure he’ll dig out the Top Gun DVD, we’ll make a weekend out of it, and so Yes, Daddy gets to have fun too!
Wire & Honey is based in the US, but ships worldwide, so they can deliver straight to you, wherever you are. Choose your statement and wear with pride. Every month Wire & Honey chooses an organisation or charity to donate to, and proceeds taken from the money raised from your purchase goes towards helping people in need. I love it when companies give back, especially those small businesses. It’s fab to not only support them but also help by giving back to communities whilst doing so.
Wire & Honey have everything from statement Tees to Prints and Tumblers. Take a look at their store, I’m pretty sure you’ll find their products hard to resist.
Pictured- “Stand Against Racism”, “Stand For Love” & “Stand Against Bullying”.
Prices range from £12-£28, amazing! See more at Wire & Honey
*Items were gifted to style and review, and of course, all thoughts and opinions are my own*
GIF oversharer, Starbucks lover and advocate of the side-eye. Woman of Wakanda and collector of all things materialistically minimal but bold. *Often known to contradict oneself.