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Tuesday, July 13

Daily Threads Review

My daughter Hannah and I had the pleasure to review a super cute skirt by Daily Threads

Daily Threads is a company devoted to "raising the bar" when it comes to the basics in children's clothing. From pants to skorts to great cap-sleeved tee's-- All of Daily Threads products are made in the USA by superior standards and practices -- all design, fabric milling and production occur in Los Angeles, CA. . The clothing is made with care and the highest quality in mind. 

Our collections boast vibrant lively colors in updated basic styles with carefully crafted extra long t-shirt bodies, easy pull on and off pants and shorts with working drawstrings, and easy stretch neck seams for a perfect fit. Each style is cut from premium cotton and cotton blend fabrics to prevent pilling and fading. Daily Threads basic american style...seemlessly woven into the lives of you and your children.

The skirt I chose for Hannah is called the Lettuce Edge Tiered Skort. It comes complete with built in shorts for comfort and ease. Hannah hates having to wear separate shorts underneath skirts-- but with the way she plays, it's a necessity. The Daily Threads Lettuce Edge Skort takes the need for separate shorts out of the equation! SO NICE! It's also made of a extremely soft modal cotton.

Hannah chose her favorite color-- fuchsia! But there were so many other colors to choose from too-- which was nice! If you have a certain shirt that is hard to match-- for sure you will find something at Daily Threads that will go!

The skort washed exceptionally well. I washed it in cold water, like suggested and tumble dried on low. It came out of the dryer beautiful and vibrant-- like new!

The skort sells for $39.00. A little higher than the cheaper brand versions, but I say if a piece of clothing washes well and lasts, then it's like an investment. For sure this will be a piece that my younger daughter Emma can enjoy too when she is bigger!

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Roller shoes on July 19, 2010 at 7:53 PM said... cute,thank you for share