You know that old t-shirt that'??s been washed hundreds of times? I have a few and they are so comforting to wear to bed or around the house. Fair Indigo has a scarf made entirely from t-shirts from thrift stores and unused scraps from apparel factories.
It'??s fun to imagine the stories behind each patch: there might be an embroidered monogram, a cool graphic or nature screen print. Of course, no two scarves are the same, which is half the fun. I loved waiting for mine to arrive because how many surprises do I get these days? And I wasn't dissappointed. I feel like this scarf was made just for me!
Another reason to love these scarves is they'??re made by adults with cognitive disabilities in Green Bay, Wisconsin. A great example of fashion that feels good and does good! Get your Reclaimed T-shirt Scarf for $25.
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