90:10 clothing brands itself with a mission statement incredibly close to my own, “90% grown up, 10% not.” Although, to be honest, my numbers may be more skewed towards the not side.
I’m a fan of long sleeve shirts, especially one comfortable enough to slide up the arms without choking all the circulation to my hands. I also appreciate while we are all walking billboards for one thing or another, simple, clean graphic designs make the clothes more of a statement or tone instead of an infomercial for some a company.
90:10 Clothing is a start-up based in England, so if you’re interested in their wares, make sure you know how to calculate pricing in pounds.
The shirt I got for review is incredibly comfortable and the lines fit me well. I take a large because of my height, but I am fairly slim, so many times large sizes fit me like a one-person camping tent. This cuts inside slightly and keeps me from feeling like a sneakily placed wind gust will blow me up like the Michelin Man.
For those looking for things to warm your hearts as well as your skin, 90:10 clothing is also certified 100% organic combed cotton and produced in connection with the Fair Wear Foundation. The Fair Wear Foundation is a group focused on doing what it can to relieve oppression and human rights abuses along the chain of production. We can all be better stewards to the planet and its people, so this group helps that by telling us which companies are doing a better job treating everyone along the production line fairly.
So give 90:10 a look for some quality clothes made by quality people. 90:10 is a brand that looks good, feels good, and does good. It’s a trifecta!
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