What a Tees.


I never understood organic apparel. On one hand, I can understand the appeal of organic food (but I still don’t think a banana should be twice as expensive for it). I mean, you’re eating fruits, right? Stuff that goes into your body. But organic tees… do I… eat it? Is it like that delectable pair of edible undergarments that I purchased for my friend’s engagement party? No one knows.


And so here I have received an organic tee from brandofthefree and decided to take it out for a test drive. Let’s not kid ourselves, you’re a bit older and more sophisticated to be wearing t-shirts that say “I’m kind of a big deal” or some lame sexual innuendo one with a picture of nuts and bolts that says “Check out my nuts”. I'd prefer clever t-shirts like this instead.


If you plan on ordering, order a size larger than you would normally wear- they run a bit snug, but the t-shirts are a pretty decent price when you factor in the free shipping, dropping it to cheaper than urban, but almost guaranteed you won’t run into some punk kid wearing it. Plus, yes, the t-shirts are 100% organic, so that means you can sleep easier knowing you don’t get that runoff from cotton fertilizer causing algal blooms and killing off ponds.


And, if this economy keeps getting worse, out of all my clothing you can bet this organic t-shirt would be the first one I would eat.

21 comments:

  1. hahahah you should so eat the organic shirt. trust me i've thought of this before when i first saw organic apparel, lol. great tee!

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  2. i think it means that the cotton is organic- not sprayed with loads of chemicals. which can hurt the cotton/clothes workers.. im not sure- but i guess its something like that..

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  3. Haha....you are jokes! I'm loving the shirt though :)

    xoxo
    Mimi

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  4. I've never really understood organic clothing either to be honest, I can understand sweat shop free or fair trade...but chemicals on my cotton doesn't bother me, especially since I wash it with detergent anyhow. I do love that t-shirt though!!

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  5. Good-looking shirt.

    You may want to add some hot sauce on it too when the time comes. :p Trust me, it'll make all the difference! LOL.

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  6. lol

    you should experiment with eating the tshirt as one of your cooking projects.

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  7. Yummy! Organic t-shirts! I never thought of them as a food group, but I will consider it if, as you say, the economy continues to go down the loo. I really like how rich the color of your shirt is - usually I think of organic tees as beiges and browns.

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  8. here here to guys not wearing stupidly phrased shirts. i knew a guy who wore a i (heart) bikinis shirt. not kidding.

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  9. There's also Threadless! Have you seen any shirt designs you liked on Threadless? :)

    My word verification on this round is: chingida. Go figure. ;)

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  10. LOL let me know how it tastes Dru ok??

    Hubby says he feels the difference between Zara organic shirts and the normal ones...

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  11. jajajaj I know what you mean. I´ve thought like that sometimes.
    Kss
    ;-)

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  12. i don't see the big deal about organic cotton either. but i know people who swear by it. gotta love LA.

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  13. "But organic tees… do I… eat it?" hahahaha. so cute.

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  14. hahahahah
    so funny.
    never thought if that.
    i still wear those lame sexual jokes shirts

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  15. dru....just curious, are you sucking in your belly in the second pic? bc your chest is looking extra chesty and your belly looks swimsuit ready ;)

    im teasing, nice shirt.

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  16. Hanh- I can't seem to comment back so I'll just do it here. Yeah, like 90% of my t-shirts are threadless haha I'm so lame

    Anonymous- Haha, no I'm not sucking in my chest. I have weird posing going on. As for my belly looking swimsuit ready, I guess you'd have to ask Roz and Issa- we were all at the pool last weekend

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