This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.
I've started dressing like the Babies!, and I'm not afraid to admit it.
The Babies!' outfits on most days need to be layered. Not for comfort, but for delaying purposes. Mr F and Mr Bunches like to strip, and by layering on the clothes, we can slow down the trip from "fully-clothed" to "skin," and hopefully catch them en route to "totally naked" and reverse the process.
That means that the Babies! wear a lot of shirts with other shirts under them. And after a couple of times dressing them that way, I thought to myself, "That looks actually pretty cool and comfortable."
So I began doing that, layering my shirts underneath other shirts like the Babies! do, the only problem being that I had, at the time, only one long-sleeve shirt that could be comfortably layered under other shirts.
Then I found Ramblers Way. Ramblers Way, located in Kennebunk, Maine, sells comfortable, grown-up, wool clothing that's stylish, inexpensive, and can be layered for the look I want.
I stumbled across Rambler's Way while looking for shirts to buy, and I loved it, immediately. They've got the long-sleeve shirts, like the one shown here ("Men's Next-To-Skin Cross Neck Long Sleeve") that I'm looking for, and they're reasonably priced, especially considering they're made from superfine wool that is spun to resist bunching up.
My clothing budget is about $500 per year, so I decided to see just how much I could get for that. As it turns out, I can get quite a lot: That shirt costs $80, so I can get two of them. With the $340 left over, I can get a button-up Henley shirt for $85, one that can be worn on its own or under a t-shirt, too. That leaves me $255, and I'm shopped out. So I checked out the woman's clothes - -Sweetie's more likely to okay the purchase if there's something for her. I checked, and they've got scoop neck wool shirts for her, for $65. Two of those and I've still got $125 in my clothing budget, which would get her two camisoles, $50 each -- and leave me $25 still.
See what I mean about reasonably priced? I got a couple of wardrobes for my budget and had money left over. Plus, now I can say the Babies! dress like me.
That is just one reason to shop at Ramblers Way.
Another reason Ramblers Way is a neat place to shop is because they're not a megastore or chain. They're a small operation that's so friendly and down to earth, they'll even introduce you to the sheep whose wool you're wearing. It's true -- there's a section of their site where you can meet each of the sheep they use to produce the clothes. That's the kind of place I want to shop.