FAIR TRADE - ESTABLISHED 2011

Rivet Rosie Be Strong Baby Cozy Graphic Tee Onesie in White

Your Purchase Helps Fund the Gary Sinise Foundation

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About The Art

She wasn’t the original Rosie, but the 17-year-old Geraldine Hoff Doyle has come to symbolize her. She was working at a metal factory in Ann Arbor, Michigan when a visiting United Press International photographer snapped a picture of her on the job. Artist J. Howard Miller used the photograph as the basis for his “We Can Do It!” poster. We have always loved the expression of internal and external strength, confidence, and will this icon has represented and wanted to give our own take on this classic Americana art with our motto of "BE STRONG!"

The Fit

This cute baby short sleeve one-piece is designed with our most premium fabric, creating a perfect surface to be next to your baby's delicate skin. The envelope neckline expands to fit easily over his or her head and the three snap leg closure allows for easy changes; thank goodness.

The Fabric 

3.8 oz., 50/25/25 polyester/combed and ringspun cotton/rayon, 40 singles yarn.

Super-soft and perfectly relaxed, tri-blends are a blend of three types of yarn (50% polyester, 25% cotton, and 25% rayon). Triblends boast the comfort of our combed & ring-spun cotton, the durability of polyester, and the luxurious drape of rayon. Our premium quality tri-blend tees are knit together with a 40’s single yarn needle (the higher the single, the softer the tee), and then undergo a special finishing treatment (it is a secret recipe we keep as secret as our grandma’s chocolate chip cookie recipe). The result is the softest, most luxurious and longest lasting tees we can make.  Oh, and did we mention they’re perfect for working out too since they’re ultra-breathable and moisture-wicking?

Our Commitment All of our products are designed and printed in the USA.  We make as much as we can here at home and we are committed to only using Fair Trade facilities that benefit the USA and international communities we partner with.

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