Breaking: Betty White's Got a Clothing Collection Coming Out

Everyone's mad for Betty White. One Los Angeles-based apparel company is so mad for her, in fact, that it's releasing a line inspired by the 88-year-old actress. Betty's involved, by the way: She'll be getting paid a fee to allow the company, Jerry Leigh, to use her likeness. The limited edition line includes t-shirts as well as HoodieBuddies, a brand of hoodies that "feature machine washable earbuds and an input jack in the pocket." While we really wish the collection paid homage to Betty's years as a Golden Girl, we still think it's pretty fantastic. Especially since a portion of all proceeds will benefit the Morris Animal Foundation, an animal health organization. (Betty's a trustee.)
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Everyone's mad for Betty White. One Los Angeles-based apparel company is so mad for her, in fact, that it's releasing a line inspired by the 88-year-old actress. Betty's involved, by the way: She'll be getting paid a fee to allow the company, Jerry Leigh, to use her likeness. The limited edition line includes t-shirts as well as HoodieBuddies, a brand of hoodies that "feature machine washable earbuds and an input jack in the pocket." While we really wish the collection paid homage to Betty's years as a Golden Girl, we still think it's pretty fantastic. Especially since a portion of all proceeds will benefit the Morris Animal Foundation, an animal health organization. (Betty's a trustee.)
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Everyone's mad for Betty White. One Los Angeles-based apparel company is so mad for her, in fact, that it's releasing a line inspired by the 88-year-old actress.

Betty's involved, by the way: She'll be getting paid a fee to allow the company, Jerry Leigh, to use her likeness. The limited edition line includes t-shirts as well as HoodieBuddies, a brand of hoodies that "feature machine washable earbuds and an input jack in the pocket."

While we really wish the collection paid homage to Betty's years as a Golden Girl, we still think it's pretty fantastic. Especially since a portion of all proceeds will benefit the Morris Animal Foundation, an animal health organization. (Betty's a trustee.)