It was a short sleeve t-shirt here today. WooHoo! Spring hasn’t officially sprung yet, but I am in need of some new clothes.
I like this organic cotton tee made by Mociun. It’s on clearance, so if you like this one, too, you better grab it now. For some reason, I’m drawn to gray tees. There’s something comforting about the color, but this charcoal t-shirt with the metallic graphic is a step above my old heather gray Rolling Stones shirt.
Mociun Crop Circle T-shirt
$60 (was $80)
Here’s a little bit about the desinger, Mociun:
Mociun, based in Brooklyn New York, is a fashion must have, gracing the pages of Elle, Nylon and Travel & Leisure to start. A California native, Caitlin Mociun has lived all over the world and studied at Rhode Island School of Design. She creates traditionally styled contemporary fashion, incorporating sustainable fabrics, such as organic cotton, hemp and bamboo. Her wonderful work in print best demonstrates her eye and talent. Mociun is a trendsetter to be watched.
Here are the perfect shorts to pair them with, when the weather turns Summer-like.
Stewart Brown Village Shorts
$80 (was $100)
Made from a hemp and a silk woven blend, these shorts can be worn cuffed or uncuffed. The un-cuffed inseam is 5 inches. I love the detailed stitching at the waistband. They are machine washable.
Here’s a bit about the designer, Stewart Brown:
Karen Stewart and Howard Brown – partners in life and work –have created a line of apparel that is for them a passion and a way of life. Karen, a trained painter, and Howard, a trained graphic artist, design every aspect themselves. They are members of 1% for the Planet Foundation.
Here’s one last tee, also made by Stewart Brown. It’s made of a 100% organic cotton jersey and it features that great mythical beast – the Jackalope. I remember my kids used to watch a show were someone was always on the look out for a jackalope. If you remember the show, please tell me in the comments because it’s going to drive me crazy until I figure it out.
Stewart Brown Jackalope Tee
$40 (was $62)
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