Here’s the “final” installment of my look at sustainable/organic cotton white t-shirt alternatives, today featuring another tee by Alternative Apparel. As you can probably tell, this t-shirt is much less fitted than the v-neck by Groceries, and has dropped shoulders; I like it very much.
So, here’s the second installment in my week of more-sustainable-white-t-shirts (first was the Tencel lazy tee, also by Groceries). And just FYI, I’m wearing the same jeans/shoes so you can see how the different t-shirts fit given the same “background.”
What I’m Wearing
My (unstated) mission lately has been to find more sustainable and/or eco-friendly and/or locally and/or ethically-made alternatives to “basics” and popular fashion items. (click the image or post title to read more)
I mentioned last week that I had learned some “new” lessons recently as a result of some new purchases. First, was not to buy dolman-sleeve dresses (or I’ll have to wear a cross body bag exclusively with it), and here are a few more:
First, NO, I’m not selling my Shaina Mote tie dress (seen on me here), but a reader is.