Twenty Fourward Review January 2014 – Designer Shirts for A Cause!

A little while back I was contacted by a company called Twenty Fourward, and they told me about their subscription box service. Come to find out that this company not only features t-shirts from original designers, but they also feature a charity each month, and $4 from each box sold goes to that charity! I think this is a wonderful gesture and I was very excited dive into their subscription box.
Box: Twenty Fourward is a t-shirt of the month type of company, but some proceeds also go to a charity of the month! The company is a lifestyle and culture based brand inspired by art and design to help make social impact.
Price: $29/month.
Contents: 1 t-shirt by that designer of the month.

First look inside! Included as a little extra was a sticker that I really like; very inspirational!

Here is the information/theme card telling you about this month’s featured artist and charity. This month’s artist was Edgar Chapparo, and the charity benefiting is called Life Quest. This charity is a center for mentoring troubled youth.
My shirt I received! (Close up below). I meant to take a picture of the shirt in the box but was too excited not to try it on. It was very neatly folded though, like how the military roll up their shirts!

“You can’t lead folk if you don’t love folk.” This shirt is SO comfy, a really soft, yet structured material. Love it!
Final Thoughts: I love everything about this subscription! A t-shirt of the month type of deal is fun enough as it is, but it’s absolutely wonderful that a different charity is benefited every month. I also love that each month a different artist is featured, and you know your shirt will always be fresh and of an original design. This is a great way to indulge yet at the same time give back, definitely recommend it!
Disclosure: All views in this post are the opinions of the author. Subscription Love will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but may accept a box at no cost in exchange for an honest review. This post may contain affiliate/referral links.
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