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The most common question I'm asked when women shop our clothing racks is how in the world are these clothes so soft?

I'd like to know myself! We're here to bring you the softest clothing that you'll keep around for a while. Thread and Supply is a brand I have loved from day one. They are family owned and operated, so they too, are a small business. 

Their goal is to provide the softest, premium clothing without the insane prices. And in my opinion, they've pretty much nailed it on the head. 

One top in particular is a best seller and is continuously brought back by the company because it is HEAVEN. The "Feel at Home Tee" is not truly a tee, but a sweatshirt style top.. without being super heavy weight. This year we brought in the lemon butter, sea foam, black, heather gray, and ivory. The lemon butter is probably my favorite! Although sea foam is a close second. This yellow looks good on EVERYONE. It's a real rich color that is literally smooth as butter on the outside, but just as soft and fuzzy on the inside. The hemline is flattering all around, it covers areas on your bottom half most women want covered, but also looks good front tucked for a casual look. Pair it with jeans, pair it with sweatpants, either way you'll live in this top. It is a best seller for good reason.

You'll feel good all around in this top because like I said, it'll be around for a while. This company creates sustainable clothing, made from "organic, recycled, and low impact materials." Clothes that last longer, mean less waste, and you get more bang for your buck. In a world of fast fashion, it's refreshing to see a company such as Thread and Supply to create something that's environmentally friendly and TIMELESS. They don't follow super trendy items, because they know it won't be in style next year or two years down the road. If your big on capsule wardrobes, this brand is for you! If you have no idea what a capsule wardrobe is, I'm hoping to launch another blog on that soon so check back!

 

June 05, 2020 by Alexis Niebrugge