Is your child the face of girl power for Girls Will Be? The Austin-based gender stereotype-busting clothing line is hosting the Girls in Action contest. Send in a picture of your daughter in action. The winning picture will become the face of a new T-shirt, just like Zoe became the face of the “Be Mighty” shirt.
Here are the contest rules from Girls Will Be:
- To enter, send a photo of your girl in action, doing what she loves! Photos must be received by Aug. 8 via:
- Our team will select the winning photo and design a shirt featuring that silhouette
- Winner will receive three of the new silhouette shirts, for their girl and her friends!
Contest is open to all U.S. residents age 18 and above. Entrants must submit their own, original photograph and must be the legal guardian of the girl(s) in that photograph. Limit one entry per person. By entering, you give Girls Will Be permission to use your photograph and information across social media platforms, on our website, and in emails and marketing campaigns. See full rules and regulations.
Today on the I Love You So Much podcast, I talk about gender differences in clothing, based on the research that Girls Will Be creator Sharon Choksi did. We just did our back-to-school photo shoot and you’ll notice there’s no shorts for girls involved. Why? We couldn’t find ones in stores that would actually pass dress code. Instead we ended up with dresses and leggings or long shirts and leggings.