I know what you’re thinking…cool season vegetables and microscope work and educational outcomes are all very well and good, but what are garden educators wearing this season?
It’s a slow news week in the garden, so let’s take a peek into my garden-forward wardrobe:
This tee represents the genre of conference souvenir. You’ll remember I loved my time at the Edible Schoolyard, so I love remembering it with this rooster.
Related to the conference shirt is the “organizations I support” look.
Ripped from Friday Night Lights, this tee makes people think I am a football fan. Which I am not. But I loved that show, and I love this sentiment.
Found on an internet search for gardening shirts. I couldn’t resist adding one more take on the “keep calm” craze.
Is there a day when we don’t need to remember this? A gift from a friend purchased at Sherry Horton’s gorgeous Julian shop, E. Barrett General Store.
My husband went to Peru and brought back a t-shirt with a drawing of a stuffed pepper, a local delicacy apparently. True love.
Purchased on the clearance table at the Monticello gift shop. I guess I’m one of the few that couldn’t resist a drawing of an eggplant— the most beautiful plant, according to Jefferson.
Another trip tee—this one from the Washington Mall during cherry blossom season.
Local food t-shirts work well in the garden.
Let’s not forget the event t-shirt—my go-to baseball-style shirt for our annual Food Day celebrations.
Naturally, I have a couple school spirit numbers:
And I’ve saved my favorite for last: a Tracey Allen original. This is “Choose Kindness.” See her lovely designs here!
In closing, I should mention that any of the above shirts can be paired with jeans and tennis shoes. Or a funky skirt and sandals. Hats optional, minimal accessories. The options are endless in the world of garden fashion!
Thank you for the shout out, Trish!!
It’s fun to get the word out about your amazing designs!
I’m so in love with your blog posts and this one is no different. I need a shirt or two like those you show above. Thank you for reminding me!! 🙂
What a nice comment on a kinda goofy post! Thank you!
Great collection of tees!!! Much more interesting than tees available at Macys or Ann Taylor.
I like your style!!! love you, mom
I never realized how boring my nighty white T’s are……..gone shopping….dad
Still got to get you a Julian Eagles tee! Next cross country season!