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☠️ Experience every phase of your recovery journey in style and comfort with our Rockin' Recovery Shirt. 


This premium quality top is thoughtfully designed with the motivational line - 'Some days I rock it, some days it rocks me', a gentle yet powerful reminder of the struggles and victories associated with recovery. 


Perfect for adding a dose of humor to your day or gifting a touch of inspiration for someone special. 


Expertly created by individuals who are on their own path of recovery, this shirt symbolizes resilience and the enduring spirit of sobriety. 


Both chic and empowering, this shirt is a testament that no matter how tough the journey gets, you're rockin' it! 🎸 The perfect gift for any alcoholic or gift for an addict in your tribe whose working it.

❔ Not exactly what you were looking for??? We happily accept CUSTOM ORDERS!... So please send us a message to chat if you'd like something special made just for you 📲💌

Rockin' Recovery Girl | Black T-Shirt

PriceFrom $34.00
  • • All styles are hand-picked (yes, we test & wear every one ourselves) to be extra comfy and smooth with an even softer feel than other brands.
    • Our apparel is engineered to remain stronger with lasting color after multiple washes. 
    • Made from the highest quality cotton, organic cotton, bamboo, and recycled polyester available, they not only feel amazing but are sustainable and eco-friendly too.

    ⫸The result is the best clothing you'll find, with fits that will leave you addicted to only quality!

    Learn more about our premium clothing fabrics and find specific size charts here!

  •  💖 Our shop is proud to employ individuals walking their own roads to recovery with mental health & substance use disorders. Infusing each piece with the unique perspective and empathetic connection that only shared experiences can bring.


    💸 For every purchase, a portion of our proceeds goes towards funding the fight against addiction and mental health stigma as well as treatment programs for substance use disorders and mental health.

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