Hello ONNO hemp and bamboo tees

The number one factor when buying new tops is comfort, I mean really would you buy something that's "tots adorbs" if it's uncomfortable? Maybe if it's super on sale and I wouldn't mind spending a few dollars on a cute tee that I may wear once or twice (or won't hate myself for wasting a few dollars because it sits in the closet for 5 years with the tags still attached). Okay I'm getting off topic here..... Next factor is quality since hello I'm a mom and I can't afford to buy myself a new shirt every week because my washer ate my old one. 
ONNO shirts are not only comfortable for everyday wear but boy do they last through many and many washes. I feel like these shirts could survive even the wildest things our daily lives could throw at a shirt. When it comes to ONNO they only use natural fibers so lets add some major brownie points for organic! 
Of course being the type of person I am I had to try both materials and boy am I glad I did. Both are very comfortable but I do feel like hands down the bamboo takes the gold metal for softness, hemp is a little itchy to me. When it comes to durability both tie, every wash they hold up great, the color doesn't fade and my number one pet peeve is when the seam moves on shirts and to my very surprise the seams staid in place. 
Now I will be completely honest with you, I am cheap (I guess the nice way to say it is FRUGAL) and my initial thought when I saw each shirt was $29 was "No way is that a $29 shirt" but now even my cheap  self says 100% worth every single penny. Once this mama gets back down to her official pre-baby weight and size I definitely plan to buy a few more of the bamboo tees so I can be comfortable all day, everyday regardless to what I am doing (usually cleaning the house, cooking and changing diapers).

Oh and by the way ladies they have them for men too so you can snuggle up to your hubby, boyfriend or even your best friend and not get irritated by the material of his shirt. WARNING: May increase the urge to cuddle to be close to the softness of the ONNO shirt.


* I received the products mentioned above free of charge in exchange featuring it in my Holiday Gift Guide.  No other compensation was provided to me to sway my opinion on this product, my opinions are those of my own and you may or may not share the same experience.

Alyssa Waters

3 comments:

Marya Mann said...

This makes me want to try them! I love organic cotton. I like hemp but like you said, it's somewhat itchy

RICHARD HICKS said...

I like these especially because they are sustainable. Would make a nice gift too

ERICA WEAVER said...

MY SHIRTS GET EATING BY THE WASHER MACHINE EVERY DAY EACH ONE HAS MANY HOLES IN THEM AND I MA GETTING DOWN TO A COUPLE OF SHIRTS LEFT THESE SOUND LIKE THEY WOULD DEF BE WORTH THE BUY ALTHOUGH 29 DOLLARS IS A LITTLE STEAP FOR THIS SAHM I WILL GIVE THEM A TRY