Since becoming a Mom, I have noticed that I buy for myself less and less. Every time we venture to the mall, we stop at Old Navy, Gymboree and Gap Kids and check out the sale racks for my two girls. I rarely head to my old favorite stores and my wardrobe is showing it! So, I was thrilled when I was offered a new outfit from Fresh Produce for review.
Because I work in a lab full time, I am fortunate enough to not have to wear business clothing on a daily basis. Jeans and tees are totally appropriate which is good….and bad. Sometimes I get bored wearing the same look over and over, so I was happy to hear that Fresh Produce Clothing believes in comfort, style and COLOR! A little about this women’s clothing company:
“Now in its third decade, Fresh Produce continues to be primarily Made in the USA and has grown into a $50 million company with one of the most original, refreshing and captivating casual, resort and sportswear lines in America. Known and loved by women ages 6 months to 60-plus for lush colors, year-round sensibility, simply inspired design and coastal comfort, Fresh Produce continues to delight customers around the globe. Fresh Produce can be found in Nordstrom, Walt Disney resorts and stores, and over 800 specialty boutiques and resort retailers.”
I was sent the Stretch Broadcloth Safari Roll up Pant in South Beach Blue (which looks like navy). The first thing I noticed was that the pants felt soft to the touch, not stiff at all. They are pant length, but can be rolled to capri length easily which looked great with flats. The drawstring waist made it easy to adjust the fit (especially after a big Christmas meal!). The pant was extremely comfortable and fit true to size. The pants can be purchased for $72.
To complete the outfit, I was sent the Got Soul Top in Seagull Gray. The scoopneck line was flattering and the 3/4 length sleeves allow me to wear this in both warm and cold weather (which is quite common here in New Orleans!). The color was more metallic than I expected it to be, but was pretty with the navy pant. The shirt can be purchased for $39.
I really liked the look and feel of this outfit. It was casual, but looked put together at the same time which would make for a great work outfit for me. If you haven’t treated yourself in awhile, check out Fresh Produce Clothing!
In case you haven’t purchased anything for yourself this holiday season, Fresh Produce Clothing would like to spoil one reader with the Feel Good Jersey Jacket (ARV $49)!
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1. Check out the clothing line at Fresh Produce. Which item (other than the jacket) is your favorite?
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Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on January 20th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.