Everyone who knows me expects to see me in jeans and a t-shirt. That’s pretty much as dressy as it gets. I’ve desperately been trying to change that though. I have been adding some …eh…more feminine clothing into the mix. I don’t want to go as far as saying that I dress like a boy, but yea…I dress like a boy…kinda’. I know if I said I didn’t, my friends would totally call me out on it. I’ve never pretended to be a fashion diva. In fact, for my recent trip to New York I called in reinforcements. I had to have people there with me to tell me what to buy. Lame, I know…I’m trying to change!
When I was approached about reviewing for Fresh Produce I was a bit scared. No one was here to tell me what to buy!! It was real life lady type clothes. I was lost. But I bit the bullet and I placed an order.
I got a girl shirt. A real girl shirt! Can you believe it? You’ll be even more shocked to learn that this is now my favorite shirt! I’m still in shock! I normally have to try on everything because I’m a bit endowed in the chest area. In other words…I have big boobs. I made sure to order from the Plus sized clothing to ensure that the shirt would fit them. But then I feared it would be too big everywhere else. I’m not skinny and I am not quite a plus size. I’m just built all jacked up, the Frankenbelly doesn’t help. The shirt fits! I bought the Float Above Top in Black…I’m still working on color…one thing at a time people!
I love everything about this shirt. For one, it fits. Secondly, it makes me feel like a girl! Third, it feels fantastic! With my RSD comes a lot of aversions to clothing. Most clothing literally causes pain. This shirt is so soft and just skims over my skin. There is no uncomfortable rubbing…which means it does not cause me pain. This is HUGE! I am seriously in love and I hope to be able to order another one in an actual color. What color do you think I should get?
I love my new shirt!
Fresh Produce is co-founded and still run by a mom entrepreneur, Mary Ellen Veron and is primarily made in the USA. You’ll find the clothing sold in Fresh Produce stores ’and more than 500 specialty retailers throughout the US and Caribbean.