Guest post by Annie from New England Romance.
Now that I work from home and don’t go into an office every day, my uniform most days is a bit more casual, i.e. leggings and a T-shirt. I’m loving these graphic tees from Feel Great Goods—a small business located in New Jersey. They have a whole ton of options, most with motivational sayings or powerful figures (like my Notorious RBG shirt above). They’re great quality and easy to toss in the wash inside out.
The “Nevertheless, She Persisted” tee below is the fitted design, so it runs a little smaller. I’m wearing a size small in both. The non-fitted options are more your typical unisex T-shirt, so it depends on your style. The fitted designs are a softer, stretchy cotton with a clingy silhouette. Interested in trying one out? The brand has a sale going right now for 30% off with the code, SAVE30.
And in case you were following along with my last post, I decided I’m going to keep wearing barrettes whether they make me look prepubescent or not. But, perhaps I should upgrade from these purple ones I’m wearing below, which I grabbed in a rainbow pack from Dollar Tree. #fashun
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