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Rebel Against Fashion Industry Norms in This Tie-Dye Shirt

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BeGood Clothing is taking a shot at the clothing industry's standards with its Clarion Tee ($35), an organic, lightweight tee that features a tie-dye design. The style is hand-dyed, cut, and sewn in Los Angeles and uses only low-impact, reactive dyes, (in contrast to the toxic chemicals used to produce the average cotton tee). Named after Clarion Alley— the colorful side street tucked inside the Mission— the shirt hit shelves this morning at the brand's SF flagship store on Union Street. Head over to snag one in each color and show your support for a cleaner clothing industry.
· BeGood Clothing [Official Site]
· Do Good for the Environment and Your Style With This SF Brand [Racked SF]

BeGood Clothing

2127 Union Street, San Francisco, CA 94123