Today I’m happy to represent CT in my new shirt from The Home T!
The Home T is a clothing brand that has taken a unique apporach on a word that means something different to each of us – home. I love their definition, “the place you long to be, or the place you can’t imagine leaving. No matter which, there’s no place like it.” I love their concept as well – a tee shirt with the word “home” placed over an image of your state or country. A simple, yet meaningful statement and very cool way to show the world where you call home.
For some people, home is where they currently reside. For others, it’s the place they grew up. For me, it’s both. I currently live in Connecticut, which is also where I born and raised. If you follow my blog, you know how much I love this little piece of the country. Despite all the amazing places in this world, I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Connecticut has been, and always will be, my home. I was so happy to partner with The Home T to show my state pride and to introduce my readers to this amazing brand.
You may have seen these tees before. The Home T debuted on Shark Tank last year and has been featured in many media outlets since. Made of a soft cotton blend, these vintage styled tees feel as comfy as they look. The Home T also offers kids clothing, home décor and accessories all featuring your home state. All their products are made in the USA.
Soon after discovering The Home T, I learned that the company donates a portion of their profits to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, a foundation near and dear to its founder. In an attempt to find out more about this debilitating disease and help those affected by it, The Home T donates a minimum of 10% of their profits to support MS research. I’m so happy to collaborate with a brand that offers support to such a great cause.
Head on over to The Home T and ask yourself, what does home mean to you? Whether you love where you live, or long to return to the place you call home, purchase one of these stylish tees and display it proudly.
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