A Mothers Place Is In The Resistance Pink T-Shirt

Black & Beech

£32.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 17th June
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    • Dispatched
    • 20th June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 24th - 25th June


  • Vegan Friendly

Mothers from the dawn of time have changed the world, one day at a time: loving their kids, resisting hate, through many tiny actions that add up.

We are living in troubling times, and for some women choice is more limited. We’ve designed this “A Women’s Place Is in the Resistance” range to support and empower women everywhere, through ethical supply chains as well as by giving to charities that are empowering women.

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SIZING: Chest measurments

XS 32/34"

S 34/36"

M 36/38"

L 38/40"

XL 41/42"


3XL 45/47"

4XL 49/51"

5XL 52/54"


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 24th - 25th June

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Black & Beech

Cardiff, Wales

Hi, I am Stacey, and in 2016 I founded Black & Beech with a mission to make conscious, purposeful, feminist informed fashion.

From concept to creation, we set out to support women, to inspire feminist activism and to create timeless, quality apparel in an environmentally conscious way.

In the last five years, Black & Beach has reached over 20,000 customers worldwide, supported dozens of local suppliers and creatives and raised almost £20,000 for women’s rights charities.