Kid’s T-shirts are a t-shirt printing company that produce a vast array of designs under many different themes from animals to sports, halloween to world book day. We were asked to choose a t-shirt from their costume section which includes a range of designs that children aspire to be when they grown up.
Some of the designs include an astronaut, policeman, chef, knight, wizard, doctor, firefighter and nurse. I asked my children to have a look through and see what they wanted to be. Mister B who is 3 would love to win a gold medal, we are not sure what in yet but it’s something he aspires to own so he picked the gold medal t-shirt. Miss M on the other hand aspires to be a policeman like her daddy although she wasn’t so keen on a black/yellow t-shirt so decided she wants to be a princess for now.
The t-shirts are generously sized with plenty of room to move around and play in. I thought the choice was good and depending on the design of the t-shirt you could choose what colour background you wanted. Both my children loved them and happily wanted to wear them again and again.
I think it’s good for children to start thinking about all the roles and opportunities available to them when they are older, even if it’s just for a bit of fun. These t-shirts are great to wear everyday but also can be used as part of a dress up outfit. It also encourages conversation on the topic of the t-shirt. For Mister B we discussed medals and the different colours, which one is first, second, third and the sorts of events you can win them in.
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the t-shirts in order to write the review.