This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.
I am a Floridian through and through. I think anything under 70 degrees is cold, and the 40s are an excuse to bust out my heavy coat, gloves, scarf, hat, etc. So a trip to Boston in November sounds down right COLD! I mean really, how am I supposed to dress for a formal occasion in the cold? I am going to need long underwear under my formal dress!
Frankly, I haven’t owned a set of long underwear since I went skiing as a kid, and those were cotton thermal. So with my Boston trip in mind, I am taking an imaginary shopping spree at Ramblers Way. If I had $200 to shop, I would purchase a Cross Neck Long Sleeve Top (Long) and a Long Jane Bottoms (Low Rise). Hehehe, I love that they are called Long Jane Bottoms and that they come in low rise.
Typically when I think of wool,I think of thick and itchy, but Ramblers Way Farm is a family business creating soft, comfortable next-to-skin worsted wool apparel entirely on American soil. Not only does that sound soft and thin, but made in America and environmentally conscious. Nice!
This is part of the Rambler’s Way Mission Statement: To surprise and delight the discerning consumer seeking a new discovery in personal warmth, comfort, and confidence with superfine worsted wool apparel. To fashion a model of American worsted wool products which provide consumers with superior choices in apparel and responds to a changing world in which environmental sustainability and local economic activity are essential for global survival.