…Christmas? In July?

 

It’s hot, humid, and muggy. That, good friend, is July, the apex of sun and heat. For summer lovers, this is great. We certainly don’t knock summer fun. In fact, we have guides here and here to help you find the perfect summer style for all occasions. Swimming, BBQ’s, sports, you name it, and you can do it outside. However, the grass is always greener on the other side. When its cold out, we fantasize about slip-n-slides, tree forts, wienie roasts, and water balloon fights under a hot sun. When its hot out, we dream of sledding, snowmen, snowball fights, and chestnuts roasting on an open fire. 

 

For those days when you want the exact opposite of what mother nature is giving you, consider bringing a bit of out-of-season fun into your life. You can celebrate Christmas in July. You can celebrate on your own, or have a party for your friends. Drink eggnog, eat candy canes, and crank the AC up. Listen to your favorite jingles on repeat. Maybe even put up some decorations.

 

If you’re celebrating as a party of one, we can suggest out no minimum purchase options, which allow you to create just one custom t-shirt for yourself without being tied to a minimum number of shirts you are forced to buy. If you’re having a party, get your friends to chip in and buy shirts for the group. The more you buy, the lower the price per shirt will be. Either way, you can celebrate your holiday and get top value at the same time. 

 

You can create a custom t-shirt design with our user-friendly designer tool. What direction will you take your shirt tonally? Sentimental? Tongue-in-cheek? Another decision you’ll have to make is whether you intend to have a shirt that is specifically for Christmas in July, or if you want to have a more universal Christmas shirt that can be worn again in December. You’ll get more bang for your buck with the later approach, but with the former, you’ll have a more unique custom tee. 

 

Once you order your shirt, it will arrive in two weeks shipped for free. Check the upper right hand corner of your screen to see when your t-shirt will be in your hands. You’ll have it just in time to escape from the sweltering mid-July heat.

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