If last year's election taught us anything, it was that America was ready for change. But 2008 wasn't the first time the world experienced a tide change, it has always been part of our history. The clever folks at Peek . . . aren't you curious are hoping to teach the next generation about previous historic moments with their Change the World tees ($28-34). The shirts, featuring historic occasions like the day Rosa Parks boarded the bus to a quote from Ghandi, were designed to "create a dialog between parents and children about history, our country, and our future." The 100 percent cotton tees may just inspire a new round of public service in our lil one's futures.
It's amazing how well kids clean up. It doesn't matter if your son likes to play in the dirt or run the field, the easiest way to dress him up is with a classic oxford shirt. So button him up for back-to-school or outfit him in some Sunday best with the long sleeved wardrobe staple.
Simple: The single pocket chambray blue button up ($10) from Old Navy is a steal.
Swank: This one pocket blue shirt wonder ($58) from Peek...Aren't You Curious has subtle red accent stitching.
Which one fits your young man's fancy?
If junior's a jock and you'd rather he hit the books, maybe there's a fashionable medium? Peek…Aren’t You Curious has a shirt that will help teach your lil athlete history while he's on the field trying to make it. Reminiscent of old football jerseys, their Election T’s ($44) are educational bearing the names and numbers of former presidents. So whether you tot is the next David Beckham or an Einstein in the making, they can sport it. The shirts hit the shelves in Peek...Aren't You Curious stores and online in September.