Shade Clothing Knows A T-Shirt Needn't Be An Investment Purchase

December 9, 2008 by SheFindsSuzelle
shefinds | Style

If you're like me, you can never have too many of that perfect white scoop neck or the fitted cami that goes under everything. But I'm not willing to empty my shoe fund for the basics that are the foundation of my wardrobe. My search for affordable styles that I could layer has finally ended at Shade Clothing, which has great basics at even better prices. And that's good news considering the current state most of our retirement funds are in!

I love the cap sleeve t-shirt enough that I have a couple of them ($17.50, 2 for $29). They have just a little spandex blended with cotton so it hugs my curves without being too tight.

Shade turtleneck  

I can’t live without the half-sleeve turtleneck ($15), which can be dressed up for work or thrown on to just sit around watching tv.

Shade fleece

But before you think Shade Clothing only does basics, check out this bell sleeve overcoat ($24) that’s a stylish alternative to a sweatshirt. The best part is everything is machine washable and won't require you to wrack up any dry cleaning bills.

Bonus: Receive free shipping from now until December 15th on all orders at



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