Guys, I’ve finally found the perfect u-neck, and it’s from a small (but mighty) brand called American Giant that offers high quality shirts that’ll LAST. I’m really picky when it comes to tees. They have to fit me perfectly AND be the right material to ooze quality and withstand the test of time. I wear them at least 3-4 times a week during the fall and winter – I’m all about cold weather layering…actually, just layering in general, ha – so they need to be able to endure multiple washes without getting raggedy. I’ve had issues in the past with both cheap AND expensive brands, but AG’s been more than legit thus far.
I’m wearing their arctic blue classic u-neck for today’s OOTD, and it’s the bomb.com. Made of Supima cotton, this baby fits me perfectly and is soft AF. For those of you interested, it’s available online in 5 other colors for $24.50 a pop. I don’t like wearing tight shirts so I got mine in size medium. I love the way it frames my body, but that’s just my personal preference. How do you guys like your shirts – form fitting or loose?
FYI, American Giant only sells products that are made in the US so by purchasing their clothing, you’re in essence creating new jobs in the country. So, shop local and support small businesses this holiday season — you’ll have more unique gift options to choose from and you’ll be supporting the local economy which is a total win-win in my book! Get 15% off by clicking here or get a military discount of 20% off if applicable.
Anddd thanks to PayPal, you’ll be able to shop ’til you drop in the comfort of your home. I use One Touch on the regular to pay for my items because I don’t have to re-enter my credit card or billing deets a million times. I know it doesn’t sound like much, but it really IS convenient! I also love that they offer “return shipping on us.” They cover up to $30 in return shipping costs per order 12 times a calendar year, which is awesomesauce. Who here loves PayPal as much as I do?
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. A huge thanks to Sung Shin for taking these fabulous photos for me at the Remy Apartments.