From the Revolutionary War to the French Revolution, wars historically effect social and political welfare. The turmoil and uncertainty of mutiny relates to fashion in that there are clear victories and fails with leaders undoubtedly taking charge. The following tees and tanks literally have prints from historical moments and are always a fashion victory. Although the times were indeterminate and grim, there’s no better way to celebrate freedom of expression and start a fashion revolution than with these looks from our collection. We all want to change the world, here’s to doing it one tee at a time.
1. Che Guevara – “Mind Of A Visionary” Men’s Tank Top
Commonly known as “El Che” or simply “Che,” this Argentine Marxist played a major role in the Cuba Revolution. Now let him play a major role in your wardrobe with our Che Guevara – “Mind Of A Visionary” Men’s Tank Top. No stranger to making a statement, his stylish visage has become a global symbol of rebellion in pop culture. To this day the man on our Che Guevara – “Mind Of A Visionary” Men’s Tank Top remains both a revered and reviled historical figure with a global insignia of ubiquitous countercultural.
2. Dirty Cuba Womens 3/4 Sleeve
Speaking of Cuba, what better way to express your love for the country and celebrate Che’s victory at the Battle of Santa Clara than with this stylish and naturally chic Dirty Cuba Women’s 3/4 Sleeve Top. While some argue that Che’s win remains the most remarkable tour de force in modern warfare, we think the bright colors and stylish fit of this Dirty Cuba Women’s 3/4 Sleeve top is a force of its own to be reckoned with.
3. Apotheosis of French Soldiers Fallen In The Liberation War Women’s Tank Top
The ultra-Republican French painter who made famous the print on our Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson – “Apotheosis of French Soldiers Fallen In The Liberation War” Women’s Tank Top, made this piece as a homage to the key generals who died at war. Considered the precursor of grand Romanticism, this painting is the first to make a clean break with Neo-Classicism. With the paradise depicted in the print and the blend of natural hues, the Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson – “Apotheosis of French Soldiers Fallen In The Liberation War” Women’s Tank Top makes a fashion statement that is much easier to wear than it is to pronounce.
4. US Constitution Men’s Long Sleeve
Just five years after the Treaty of Paris ended the Revolutionary War, the U.S. Constitution was ratified and became the law of the land. It remains the oldest written constitution still in use in the world and coincidentally, makes for a really trendy US Constitution Men’s Long Sleeve T-Shirt. It’s perfect for any history buff who also wants to look effortlessly cool. Pair the US Constitution Men’s Long Sleeve with your favorite jeans or breeches and waistcoat.
5. George Washington Portrait Women’s Chiffon Top
During the Revolutionary War General George Washington, the figure on our elegant Charles Willson Peale – “George Washington Portrait” (1780) Womens Chiffon, led the American army to victory. Interestingly enough, Washington had never commanded a large army in the field and his military experience was pretty much non-existent. However, the congressman brought many strengths to his position and totally nailed it! Whether you’re running for office or running out for coffee, this chic Charles Willson Peale – “George Washington Portrait” (1780) Women’s Chiffon Top is a fashion win that squad goals are made of.