Dressed for: Cats Against Catcalls

Already Pretty outfit featuring Feminist Apparel t-shirt, black full skirt, red cardigan, cowboy boots, Rebecca Minkoff studded MAB, statement necklace

Cardigan – thrifted – similar
“Cats Against Catcalls” tank – courtesy Feminist Apparel
Belt – thrifted – similar
Skirt – Banana Republic (no longer available) – similar
Boots – garage sale – similar
Earrings – Corset
Necklace – Zara via eBay – similar
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff M.A.B. Mini via eBaycurrent season colors

So in case you missed it over on Twitter, I was pretty stoked to receive this tank from Feminist Apparel:


That’s right, it says “Cats Against Catcalls.” With a super adorable cat graphic. OF A TABBY CAT JUST LIKE HARRIET. Sorry. Will try to contain myself. The synchronicity of it all is just a little hard to bear.

I’ve given them a shout-out before, but must encourage you again to check out the offerings at Feminist Apparel. Shirts in sizes XS – 3X as well as kids sizes. And proceeds from sales of this particular style go to Hollaback, a project that aims to end street harassment. If that isn’t 18 kinds of awesome, I don’t know what is. (My tank is a women’s medium and runs a little small – I’m a size 8 on top and it fits closely.)


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2 Responses to “Dressed for: Cats Against Catcalls”

  1. blair

    I like the shirt a lot, but I must admit I’m puzzled by the rest of the outfit. I think as many different styles of clothing as you have here are hard to blend into a cohesive outfit. It’s like your look is made of elements that are all going different places: your boots to watch a rodeo; your sweater, lips, and necklace to a daytime spring wedding; your purse and belt to heavy metal night at karaoke; your skirt to a private girl’s middle school; your eyes to the gym. Can you elaborate on why you styled this outfit in this way? Even knowing where you wore this would give it some context! 🙂