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This year I made a commitment to share more budget-friendly and size inclusive style. I feel very strongly that looking and feeling great in your clothes doesn't have to mean breaking the bank and should be accessible regardless of size. This is why I love Free Assembly. So where do we start? With the classics of course:

A great pair of denim - high-waisted with just the right amount of stretch. * This pant runs small so size up

The perfect tee - when I say perfect I mean PERFECT. This one has just the right amount of slouch, a great neckline, and the quality is so great you won’t believe it was $12. PS The “claw” color is an amazing creamy dreamy shade that is SO hard to find. TRUST ME! * This tee runs TTS

A gray sweatshirt - These days comfort is key and this $20 sweatshirt is how to get there. Want to go all the way? Check out the matching sweatpants with the perfect gathered bottom to show off your sneaker. * This pant runs generous so size down

Why Free Assembly? I was so excited to first introduce you to Free Assembly a few months ago for a couple of reasons. Not only is the line good-looking and affordable, they are also committed to sustainability. Most of their cotton is organic, which avoids fertilizers and pesticides. This sweatshirt for example is made up of 60% organic cotton and 40% recycled polyester. Additionally their denim is produced in LEED certified facilities that aim to protect the environment. Free Assembly is also size inclusive and most items are available up to a size 24.

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Posted on February 23, 2021 .