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My daughter has struggled with bullying since the beginning of middle school. She is super smart and so beautiful but unfortunately the kids in her class tend to overlook these facts about her. She has always been interested in science and how the world works which has earned her the label of being weird or different. As her mom I have always told (well all of my children) that being “normal” is boring. If everyone was the same the the world would be a super boring place. So when I found this tee in the Inspirational Tees Collection by Cents of Style I had to get it for her. It’s the perfect tee for her.
I love the baseball style of the tee and it looks super cute with a pair of jeans and boots. The message is perfect for kids her age. There is so much pressure to fit in and be normal during high school. As we all learn being abnormal is what sets us apart and makes us shine above the others.
Cents of Style has dedicated an entire collection to Inspirational messages that are designed to inspire and motivate the women who wear them. With over 6o different designs there is a perfect tee for everyone.
Visit Cents of Style and comment below with your favorite Tee and why it speaks to you, I would love to hear your story.
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