This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Rambler’s Way Farm. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I think about a wool sweater, this is what comes to mind – will keep me warm but can get too hot, is a good layer in cold weather but can feel too heavy, and is a natural fiber but can feel itchy. Through Social Spark, I learned about a company that’s changing the way people view wool.
Rambler’s Way was started by Tom and Kate Chappell, creators of the natural toothpaste Tom’s of Maine. They have now turned their focus to producing lightweight, soft, 100% American made wool on an eco-friendly and sustainable farm. The Rambouillet sheep that they raise produce an ultrafine wool that is lightweight enough to be worn all year round. And most amazingly, Rambler’s Way wool garments can be MACHINE WASHED. Try doing that with a traditional wool sweater, and you’ll shrink it down to baby size!
If I had $200 credit to spend on Rambler’s Way I know exactly what I would buy. First, I would buy the Women’s Long Sleeve Cross Neck top in Natural Blonde. Michigan winters can be bitterly cold, and a lightweight, extra-warm layer under a shirt or sweater is always welcome. Price: $85.00
Then, I would buy the Women’s “Long Jane” wool underwear in Regular Rise. Because they are lightweight, these can go right under jeans without adding extra bulk. Price: $85.00
Both the top and bottoms are machine washable and dryable to resist shrinking and pilling, made with breathable anti-microbial fabric that wicks moisture and repels odor, chemical free, and dyed naturally with plants. Support an American company that cares about it’s customers and the environment and treat yourself to a luxurious wool garment today!