Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Wool As I Imagined It

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.

If you had talked to me a few days ago and told me that you can use wool as an everyday wear, I would surely reply with a mocking smile, as I would surely think that you are pulling my leg. The wool I used to know are those thick, fuzzy sweaters and bonnets that my grandmother sent us for Christmas. It's actually nice to wear them during those chilly night stroll but when the season is over, all we can do is tuck it nice and neat in the closet, so I really didn't get to like wool clothing that much. When I had my son, I can't help but give wool another try, as most cute bonnets that we saw at that time were made of wool and my son's obsession with winter clothes did add up to my choice. But the problem was, the bonnets and sweaters that we bought for a not-so-cheap-a-price shrunk the minute it was washed, it was such a waste of money. After that, I stirred clear of wool materials and promised never to come back, but just recently I heard of Ramblers Way, one look at their site and their product line and I'm a convert.

They have short and long-sleeve tops with scoop and cross necks, camisoles, long Janes and bikini briefs (imagine that) fit for the modern American women while they have short and long-sleeve shirts, half John and long Johns, and boxer briefs for men. All of which are made from superfine American Rambouillet 18.5 micron wool for that superior next-to-skin softness and comfort. Versatility will never be a question, as one can use those wool garments inside or outside or on any events and activities the whole year round, as all are breathable fabric it can warm and cools effectively and it repels odors and moisture. More than that, Ramblers Way's garment-line are machine washable and dryable, as they contain a natural enzyme that resist shrinkage and shifts in shape. And for me, that would make it a good value for my money.

If you're like me whose experience with wool and its by-products weren't good and almost gave up on using it entirely, I suggest you give Ramblers Way a look, I was surprised with a whole new level of wool products, so who knows, you may find something to add on that wish list or gift list for the coming Holidays.

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