If you love making a statement with your clothes, want good quality organic clothing, live an eco-friendly lifestyle, or all of the above, you will love the company I am sharing with you today.
Started by a shrink, Dr. Jenn Berman, and a stylist, Stephanie Lain, Retail Therapy provides the latest in “feel good” apparel and accessories. Their motto “take care of yourself, take care of the world” inspires them to be organic, recycled, and earth-friendly in their products. I think this is one of the coolest, most eco-friendly companies I have found in awhile.
They also support good causes by donating a percentage of profit to reputable charities. Retail Therapy products are ones you can feel good about buying, wearing, and using.
I received their Adult Take Responsibility Tee. It is an off white tee with the important message of taking responsibility for your actions printed in red, blue and purple in the shape of a heart.
• Silk screened with non-phthalate water-based inks
• Individually rubbed with rocks to get that funky worn look at the edges
• Prewashed so it won’t shrink.
• Comes with their famous seed embedded hang tags that are made from post-consumer waste. Plant it and you will grow wildflowers.
I think it is so awesome that you can actually plant the tag that comes with their clothing. It has actual flower seeds embedded in it! I have saved mine and am waiting until Spring to plant in my flower gardens.
I also love that the tees are pre-washed, so you don't have to worry about them shrinking on you. I wear mine to the fitness classes I teach, and it is so comfortable and breathable.
Like I said before, Retail Therapy gives a percentage of their profits to a charity, which you can vote on! I voted for my favorite charity, and you can too!
Besides cute tees, they also carry baby onesies, books, bags, water bottles and cards. Head on over to their store and browse all their awesome products.
*Thank you to Retail Therapy for this shirt for review. The opinions expressed about this shirt are purely mine and I was under no obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product.*