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Get Your Sheep Thrills Here!

By Laurie | December 8, 2009

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

Wool is a definite must for the cold Texas winter. It is the exact time of year that I break out my ultra warm and stylish wool slacks for work. I even have a few nice wool coats and sweaters that I drag out from the back of the closet for the coldest days.

Earlier this evening I was checking out Ramblers Way website, and was imagining what I would purchase if I was on a shopping spree on their site. The thing I like the most about their products is that they look nothing like the wool items I already have in my wardrobe. Usually I associate the words thick and scratchy when I think of clothes made of wool. This is definitely not the feeling I get when I browse their selection of men’s and women’s fashions.

My favorite item is the Scoop Neck Short Sleeve Top (Long). It looks super soft and thin, and not at all scratchy or uncomfortable. I could definitely picture myself wearing it under a heavier coat and then wearing it alone at the office. Best of all, their products are all made in the USA from sheep that were raised on farms in Maine and on ranches in Colorado, Montana, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, and Utah.

There were also some comfy looking long-sleeved men’s shirts if Dave was inclined to add a little wool to his closet. I imagine that they are very well-made and quality pieces that could be worn for years to come. If that is the case and you are adding a staple piece to your wardrobe, the price is definitely worth it. I did do a double take at the $47 briefs (yes, undies), however they look so comfy I’d almost consider adding them to my shopping cart too just so I could lounge around the house and sip coffee. The picture inspired me that much!

I also love that it is a family run business and that you can actually see pictures of their sheep on the website. “Little Man” is just too cute. When you go over to shop at Ramblers Way, be sure to check him out.

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