We’re bringing it home to the whole family, y’all. This winter, you can deck the halls, yourself, and every child you know in kick-ass Kentucky gear.

by Kentucky For Kentucky |

After the success of the Y’all line, we decided to do it up again and send it to the kids in American Apparel California Fleece – we’ve produced a classic navy shirt with ‘Y’all’ printed in white. We’ve also taken our Kentucky Pennant raglan down a size and printed a navy flag on a white and navy American Apparel baseball t-shirt.

This season, we also tried something entirely new and had Rachael Sinclair (‘The Kentucky Derby is Decadent & Depraved’ and ‘Kentucky Toile’) sketch out one of our favorite moments of all time: Colonel Sanders riding a chicken. Classic, Cool, and Composed—the Colonel’s got it all on lockdown. This one’s going to be a real conversation-starter… and you know that’s how we roll here at Kentucky for Kentucky!

We’ve also printed up a little something special for baby. We have American Apparel bibs and onesies with matching designs – now your baby can eat and play in style. First, we have our original Hound Dog Press ‘120 Counties’ design printed in white on galaxy-colored onesies and bibs declaring Kentucky ‘A Kick Ass Commonwealth Since 1792.’ In a second option, we’ve gone back to our roots, printing our original ‘Kentucky Kicks Ass’ slogan designed by Cricket Press in blue on dijon-colored onesies and bibs.

Bring on the family portraits, Kentucky – we’ve got you covered.

Printed in Lexington, Kentucky by PushPush Press. Available for purchase on our website at 10:30am and on Saturday December 21st at the Morris Book Shop in Lexington from 12-6pm.

Happy Birthday was invented by the Hill sisters in Louisville, Kentucky.

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