70s Seniors Tomorrow's Establishment Kansas t-shirt Small
Chest 17 in.
Length 27.5 in.
Content: Feels like nylon
Tag Brand: Velva Sheen
This double-sided jersey was made in the 70s by Velva Sheen. The shirt looks like it's celebrating a 1970 graduating class from Kansas as the back of the shirt reads "Kansas 70". The front shows a person lounging barefoot with the words "Seniors Tomorrow's Establishment".
The graphic is a humorous nod to the youth movement of the 1960s. During the decade young people became increasingly invested in social issues and fought for causes like anti-poverty, anti-war, and anti-censorship. This social movement was spurred on by protests against the Vietnam War which dragged on until 1975. This shirt made the joke that the graduating seniors would lose these anti-establishment beliefs as they left school and entered the corporate world.
Fits like a modern unisex adult small.