Organic Cotton T-shirts From ONNO




Hi Friends,

Do you recall a few days ago I posted about sustainable, organic bamboo, hemp and cotton t-shirts from ONNO? Well, my spring wish came true. The shirts arrived, and I promised to share them with you, so here you go :)!‎

Ok, so you know when the weather transitions from winter to spring, but then skips a step and temporarily goes straight to summer? That’s always been my favorite part of spring!  Well, this year that lovely phenomenon has proven to be quite elusive. So far this season has remained on the colder side, but for the first time, I’m ok with it because I get to wear more of my spring clothes by piling on a few light layers. I gave one of ONNO‘s “dirty purple” organic shirts a whirl and I have nothing but good things to say about the eco-friendly line. It’s true to size, super soft and comfortable, and begs to be worn while taking a lazy afternoon sunbeam infused nap. I can equally visualize pairing it with fitted skirts or dress pants because the material can pass for a dress shirt.

ONNO only sells sustainable fiber products made from bamboo, hemp and organic cotton. I went ahead and tried their hemp fabric tees as well, and I loved those too! They’re totally worth stocking up on to wear all summer long, but be careful…regardless as to whether these tees are fitted or shlumpy, you might never want to take them off! I’ll be posting more outfits wearing these tees on Instagram soon.

By the way, in case you’re thinking about Father’s Day and you want to surprise dad with a different kind of gift this year, ONNO is a good place to start. They have recycled bags and a selection of t-shirts for men made from the same materials. See below for a couple of hemp, bamboo and organic cottons tees :).

I’m curious to hear your experience with hemp, bamboo or organic cotton garments. What are your thoughts on sustainable fashion?

onno bamboo hemp organic cotton t-shirts for fathers day


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1 Comment

  1. February 7, 2017 / 1:38 pm

    Hemp seems like one of the better fabric options. I’m surprised we don’t see more options available!

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