Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Ultra Soft All Cotton T-shirt by Egyptian Cotton Tshirts - #AllCottonWomensShell

There's nothing more comfy than coming home after a long day at work, shredding off my work clothes and getting into something more comfortable. When I say comfortable, for me, that is grabbing a loose t-shirt, baggy lounge pants or shorts and saying good bye to my bra!

When it comes to t-shirts, I prefer one that is soft, not too tight and one that I can comfortably move around in.  A t-shirt, that I not only can wear around the house, but also out on the weekends and one that can serve as an undershirt to a sleeveless vest, if I want to wear it to work. 

I recently had the opportunity to try, test and wear this t-shirt, shown here. This shirt is very soft, thick and has a little stretch to it.  I received a Large, but it fits more like a fitted Large.  I normally like my t-shirts a little baggier, but this t-shirt is not too tight and it will actually go well with a lot of my summer pants, that I can pair with, when going to work.

The t-shirt is by Egyptian Cotton T-shirts, which can be found at The t-shirt is very sturdy, well made and is made of 100% Egyptian cotton, which is long lasting and sturdy.  The t-shirt falls mid hip, not too long and is tagless....A BIG PLUS FOR ME!  Anyone who knows me...I HATE TAGS!  So I'm glad that Egyptian Cotton Tshirts thought of this when making this t-shirt.  

The tee comes in several different colors and the colors are colorfast, meaning, there will be no fading.  I love that this cotton tee is not your thin flimsy tshirt and that it does have some thickness to it.  There is very little shrinkage...maybe 3%.  I can't get over how smooth this tshirt feels when worn and not worn and will continue to feel smooth after many washings, with no piling.

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What do you look for in a t-shirt?  How do you get comfy after a long day at work?

***I received a complimentary product, in exchange, for my honest and unbiased review.  All opinions expressed are ALWAYS 100% my own.

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