Fuddy Duddy is one of a range of t shirts designed to celebrate the rude and disempowering words used to describe older people.
It is modelled by Dan. An open minded, big hearted fellow with a wicked enjoyment for the circus of life, the macabre and the oddness of bygone rituals. A writer of strange fictions and a weaver of forgotten tales. He loves the stuff that goes on under the bonnet of the world. Noses around below the crust. So mischievous and old worldly wise. Complains about nothing and tries anything. Brain the size of an air balloon. Easy to get in with him and take off.
The type for this design is hand weeded using a flock vinyl onto cotton t shirts. We are happy to offer other coloured tops if you're more moody, and have grey and black on hand at all times. We can also do larger size, long arms in some colours and organic sweatshirts for £35.
We are happy to handwrite gift messages onto V&A cards on request.
IMPORTANT I print these t shirts to order as I don't want to hold any stock that isn't being used. As it is a bespoke make, I cannot issue refunds or exchanges if sizes are ordered incorrectly. Please check the chest sizes before placing your order so the garment doesn't go to waste. Many thanks.
We love to see you photos, so if you upload any images of this t shirt, please remember to tag us @twistedtwee and use tags #oldgirlpower and #happyhags
WE CAN PRINT THIS DESIGN ONTO YOUR OWN CLOTHES
Of course you can buy this t shirt as a new garment, but we also offer the option of up-cycling your existing clothing. Just send us items you already own and let us give them a refresh with this design. We can print onto tops, skirts, trousers jumpers, leggings and scarves providing they are predominantly cotton and the fabric is fairly smooth.
The price is the same as for a new garment as it covers the cost of special tracked return postage.
So if you have a much loved but bedraggled fave, why not let our Clothing Hospital rejuvenate it and make it splendid again. Please just email firstname.lastname@example.org