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We’re Homies! Father & Child T-shirts Every Dad Should Have

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FatherIf you’re looking for unique t-shirts for father and son/father and daughter this Father’s Day, these are your t-shirts.  Who doesn’t love the idea of going out on the town with matching shirts, whether it’s a holiday like Father’s Day, when on vacation or on a family field trip to the zoo? People will know you’re a family!Big Homie Lil Homie t-shirtschild

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This t-shirt design was inspired by the love two people share for one another. A “BIG HOMIE” and “LIL HOMIE” can represent the relationship between a parent and child, husband and wife, a budding couple, and older and younger siblings, etc. The design represents the love you two share.Big Homie Lil Homie t-shirts

Order your shirts and post your pic of you wearing your “BIG HOMIE” and “LIL HOMIE” t-shirts using the #KristianLoren along with your “BIG HOMIE” and “LIL HOMIE” story to be featured on the @KristianLoren Instagram and a chance to win a prize.

The shirts are $25 and are available at KristianLoren.com.

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