With generations of children raised to be seen and not heard, the mime industry is now dangerously oversaturated with applicants. Let the youth of today fashionably speak their mind with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 toward kid and adult T-shirts from Bumps and Bruises, an online retailer.
Featured on NBC 6's South Florida Today, Bumps and Bruises keeps youngsters rocking fresh T-shirts tailored to their size in a solid assortment of street savvy wear. Created with hip parents in mind by designers linked to Nike, Hurley, and Vans, mini humans can rock fashionable gear such as the Ballin T-shirt, complete with a money-green piggy bank design ($20) or the royal-blue Swagger Like My Daddy T-shirt, which reminds little ones of where they got their ultra-cool waddle ($20). Providing play-date and bounce-house-rumble durability while punching up any kid's personal style, each thread is made in the United States and boasts an emblazoned graphic design on a fitted cotton T-shirt with printed neck label.
To prevent parents from stretching out their child's clothes, Bumps and Bruises offers an adult line of t-shirts with the same fresh designs and ability to turn Tom Hanks back into a preteen. Bearing the original designs of local creative types, the Artist Series provides novel visual wear, including the Focused On My Family T-shirt by local tattoo artist Junk ($20) and the Mad Steez T-shirt by local musical trio Rhema Soul ($20).