Baby Yoda t-shirt encourages staying home

This t-shirt is so comfy it won’t make you step out of your quarantine bubble

If you’re not used to being stuck at home for a long period of time, then this quarantine period may be a real struggle for you. While there are a lot of things you can do to fight that itch to go out, one of the easiest ways to keep yourself at home is by wearing comfortable clothes. The cozier your clothes are, the more likely you’ll want to stay indoors and just snuggle on the couch or roll on your bed. If you’re looking to add some new comfy clothes to your closet, then this laid-back Baby Yoda t-shirt may interest you.

Featuring a meme-inspired design on the front that includes a photo of Baby Yoda and the words “me when they say casual look,” this black oversized t-shirt is a cozy piece of loungewear. While its funny front graphic is meant to be shared with the public, its loose-fitting style and its breathable fabric made from 100% cotton will make you want to stay home all day long. Available in XS, S, M, and L sizes, this t-shirt sells for $19.90 on Bershka.

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Baby Yoda T-shirt

Comfy oversized t-shirt featuring a photo of Baby Yoda on the front with the words “me when they say casual look”

$19.90

Baby Yoda quickly become an Internet sensation following his debut appearance in the premiere of The Mandalorian last November. Though many TV productions have taken a hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Season 2 of the Disney+ series will likely arrive on the streaming service as scheduled. Filming on the show’s sophomore run had been completed in March ― just a couple of weeks before quarantine measures have been implemented.

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No exact release date has been announced yet, but Disney confirmed in its earnings report last February that Season 2 will debut sometime in October.

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