I am so excited to show off my new Greenlicious t-shirt to you all! This green t-shirt is eco-friendly and has a wonderful vintage feel and great fit. I am always nervous about ordering clothes before trying them on but I was assured that the shirts fit true to size and they really do. The shirt is soft and fits nicely against the body.
To tell you a little more about the HUMANWEAR, the company behind this shirt, I interviewed the Jellie Stanton the founder:
Q: Why did you choose to partner up with OpenSky?
I believe that OpenSky is a great new e-commerce platform for introducing innovative products to those who follow bloggers that they share common interests with and respect. I’ve bought products myself based on recommendations from bloggers I follow.
Q: What is the inspiration behind the different shirts that you offer?
It all started after watching the documentary “Go Further” where Woody Harrelson and a group of friends take a road trip to demonstrate ways to be environmentally responsible. I decided that I was going to become really involved in the green movement, just like they were hoping to inspire.
My desire was to form a company that would create the “greenest” t-shirt possible, that met the conditions of being stylish, really appealing colors that could be found in nature, with light-hearted yet thought-provoking messages, and was affordable.
Q: Besides making green t-shirts what other environmentally responsible practices does your company do?
We use recycled paper for our hangtags and gift cards and offer really cool recycled wrapping paper. We also ship in recyclable boxes and buy carbon offsets so all shipments are made carbon-neutral.
Q: Tell me what is your favorite shirt?
My favorite t-shirt is COMMUNAL EVOLUTION-a collective push towards a higher state. Woody talks about this concept in the movie and to me, it really sums up the idea that we must come together as a world-wide community to effect the change needed to preserve our planet. I also love HUMAN BEING because it says so much without you having to say anything.