(If you need some, that is.)
So yesterday I made an impulse purchase, which I really never do. I needed t-shirts, though, because I wear them basically every day, and when I was in Whole Foods I saw a great looking pink one for $10. That’s not much more than I’d pay at my standby H&M, and this one was made from organic cotton and recycled polyester.
I bought it, I wore it today, and I am in love with it. It fits me just how I want my t-shirts to. It’s super soft. It held its shape all day. My bra doesn’t show through. Etc. I liked it so much I dug the tag out of the garbage so I could find the company’s website.
I’m not usually a product promoter on Tumblr, but you should seriously consider checking out their stuff. Right now, the company’s donating 25% of all their profits to relief efforts in Japan AND to encourage you to buy, they’re providing a 10% discount on everything (type RELIEF when you check out). Oh, and shipping’s free. The only drawback is that they’re out of quite a few sizes, so you may have to be flexible on style or color. (I got the Basic V Neck in Crush, Sunset, Eve, and Midori - all really pretty.)
And by the way, it seems to me their sizes run a little big. My shirt is a small, and I’d say I’m usually a medium.
Oh, and by the way again, the photo of the Basic V Neck isn’t that flattering, so don’t be put off by that. It looks great in person.
ANYWAY! Phew! That’s enough detail about what was supposed to be a simple suggestion. Go! Buy some awesome t-shirts! Send some money to Japan!