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  • Order by 4pm Wednesday 12/19 for Christmas delivery. We're still shipping the rest of the week, but can only perform so many christmas miracles. xoxo, kyforky

We’re bringing it home to the whole family, y’all. This winter, you can deck the halls, yourself, and every child you know in kick-ass Kentucky gear.

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

After the success of the Y'all line, we decided to do it up again and send it to the kids in American Apparel California Fleece – we've produced a classic navy shirt with 'Y'all' printed in white. We've also taken our Kentucky Pennant raglan down a size and printed a navy flag on a white and navy American Apparel baseball t-shirt.

This season, we also tried something entirely new and had Rachael Sinclair ('The Kentucky Derby is Decadent & Depraved' and 'Kentucky Toile') sketch out one of our favorite moments of all time: Colonel Sanders riding a chicken. Classic, Cool, and Composed—the Colonel's got it all on lockdown. This one's going to be a real conversation-starter… and you know that's how we roll here at Kentucky for Kentucky!

We've also printed up a little something special for baby. We have American Apparel bibs and onesies with matching designs – now your baby can eat and play in style. First, we have our original Hound Dog Press '120 Counties' design printed in white on galaxy-colored onesies and bibs declaring Kentucky 'A Kick Ass Commonwealth Since 1792.' In a second option, we've gone back to our roots, printing our original 'Kentucky Kicks Ass' slogan designed by Cricket Press in blue on dijon-colored onesies and bibs.

Bring on the family portraits, Kentucky – we've got you covered.

Printed in Lexington, Kentucky by PushPush Press. Available for purchase on our website at 10:30am and on Saturday December 21st at the Morris Book Shop in Lexington from 12-6pm.

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