"Keep Buffalo A Secret" Braille T-Shirt
"Keep Buffalo A Secret" Braille T-Shirt
We LOVE Buffalo, NY and we want everyone to know! But shhh... let's keep it's awesomeness a secret!
To celebrate our Buffalo pride we've launched limited edition t-shirts with the phrase "Keep Buffalo a Secret". Our blue braille beadwork makes the phrase extra secret (unless you read braille!).
Grab a friend, two braille shirts and head over to the "Keep Buffalo a Secret" mural to show your Buffalove. Mural is located outside Oxford Pennant at 731 Main Street, Buffalo, NY.
Fun Fact: Alexa and Jake—the wife and husband team behind Aille Design—had their first date in Buffalo at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery! Bonding over Lloyd's Taco Factory, live music at Iron Works, and the city's countless murals, Alexa fell in love with Jake and Buffalo simultaneously. Thank you to the city of friendly neighbors for the warm welcome!
Aille Design has officially expanded operations from Toronto to Buffalo...GO BILLS!
Legible braille created with premium crystal pearls. Fabric consists of 50% polyester, 25% cotton, and 25% rayon. It's a very soft material, light weight, and sensory friendly. The beads are smooth to the touch and easy to read.
- Pullover style
- Short sleeve
- Regular fit with longer length
- Ultra-soft lightweight fabric
- Silver embroidered logo in bottom corner of shirt
- Neck tag is printed onto shirt for added comfort
Turn your t-shirt inside out before washing. Machine wash with cold water. Hang to dry. For best results, do not put t-shirt in dryer.
When wrinkled, it is okay to use a steamer. Do not use an iron on or near the braille beadwork. Like most t-shirts, this fabric is likely to attract lint and hair. It is best practice to use a lint roller.
5% of t-shirt profits are donated to Visually Impaired Advancement (VIA), who we are honoured to have a long-term partnership with.
VIA's goal is to help blind and visually impaired individuals achieve their highest level of independance. They are the largest and premier service provider to Western New York's visually impaired community.
The intricate braille beadwork is applied by hand with great care and precision. Our garments are created in a process called co-design where we work alongside a diverse team of sighted and non-sighted individuals consisting of braille readers, fashion stylists, and disability advocates. Each item is made in North America and is designed to initiate conversation about disability inclusion.
Accessible packaging includes a large print and braille card describing the product and how to wash it. We use a braille slate and stylus to add all of the braille by hand. An embossed version of the Aille Design logo is also on the card.
Products: Our high quality products are designed to endure a long lifespan and become a key part of your wardrobe. We also produce limited product quantities to help reduce waste.
Packaging: Our simulated braille tissue paper and branded stickers are eco-friendly and can be composted or recycled after use.
We ship worldwide! Our team will carefully hand bead, package, and ship your order from Buffalo, New York. Please allow 2 to 7 business days for this process.
Free shipping and tracking is complimentary for all Canadian and US orders over $100.
The time it takes to receive your package depends on the shipping method selected at checkout.
Need your product sooner? Send us an email at email@example.com and we'll do our best to accomodate your preferred date.
Adult Size Chart (Inches)
Adult Unisex T-Shirts
Local Buffalo business Oxford Pennant designs and manufacturs beautiful wool felt pennants, flags and banners.
They coined the amazing phrase "Keep Buffalo A Secret" and we're so honored to have their permission to keep it even more secret by making a braille t-shirt version!
Their moto: Celebrate Everything...and we at Aille Design couldn't agree more!
Perfect fit, perfect gift!
Not only is the shirt itself amazing quality, unique, and beautiful, but it is a perfect representation of inclusivity. Congratulations on a wonderful and successful business and keep up the amazing work!
The shirt is soft as can be… but the best part is that each time I wear it someone asks about the braille and it provides an opportunity to discuss inclusion and accessibility for all!