(idea submitted by Michelle and Laura)
We all know that Jewish Young Adults love their snarky t-shirts, and we all know they will go to great lengths and spend freely to get just the right outfit for just the right occasion. But sometimes what is readily available in the stores or on the internet doesn’t quite capture the exact mood or circumstance. What is a JYA to do? Make your own commemorative apparel!
Want something to rock at the alumni weekend for your summer camp? How about some Camp Ramah Sweatpants to keep you toasty by the fire pit!
How about showing your pride at orientation at your tiny liberal arts college? A shirt in Hebrew should do the trick! And remember that one summer when you went to Israel with thirty strangers and everybody seemed to be hooking up but you? A nice ringer-t will remind you of those awkward moments for years to come!
Whatever the occasion, commemorative apparel can be furnished. Hoodies, t-shirts, even thongs to memorialize rush week from your Jewish sorority a decade ago. For any event, for any possible reason, there is guaranteed to be a JYA out there who has made a shirt for it.