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SWAK women's tees to support cancer research
Apr '12
Plus size women looking to support cancer research can now join the cause with Sealed With a Kiss Designs (otherwise known as SWAK Designs) who has partnered with iconic ta-tas Brand to offer a selection of authentic plus size fit tees, where a percentage of each sale goes to fight against cancer at every stage by supporting break-through research.

The partnership began from a simple need; to offer Save the ta-tas tee shirts in an authentic women's plus size fit with a company that caters to this market.

"We are thrilled to be making tee shirts with Save the ta-tas," says Sarah Sapora, Director of Marketing and Business Development for SWAK Designs. "Women of all shapes and sizes are interested in supporting the fight against breast cancer. Now, plus size women can buy these well known tee shirts in sizes that will fit and flatter them!"

"We are thrilled to partner with SWAK Designs and to offer Save the ta-tas products to women of all shapes and sizes," said Julia Fikse, Founder and President of Save the ta-tas. "Together, SWAK Designs and Save the ta-tas can not only fight cancer with humor, but also with donations that go directly towards research in finding a cure for cancer."

SWAK Designs launches its collection with three tee shirts. The classic, V-neck Save the ta-tas logo tee in both pink and black, the bold and flirty "I Love My Big ta-tas" tee shirt and western-inspired "I Love My Cowgirl ta-tas" tee

Sealed With a Kiss Designs offers contemporary women's plus size fashions in sizes 14 – 36.

ta-tas Brand (est. 2004) and Save the Ta-tas Foundation (est. 2008) were created by fashion designer, Julia Fikse, as a way to fight breast cancer using laughter and fun.

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