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Project Iris

11 April 2011 16,653 views No Comment

Spring is in the air, and it doesn’t get much more springy than Project Iris clothing. A wide variety of designs in vibrant pastels are screened onto the softest cotton tees – neither too heavy nor too sheer. The designs are feminine and sometimes downright girly, but all carry an air of nature. Ethereal sunflowers, lotuses, poppies, butterflies, and dandelions look like watercolors on a canvas.

Project Iris is uniquely structured to help people both at home and abroad. All their clothing is responsibly manufactured here in the United States, but a portion of each sale is donated to the World Food Program, one of the largest humanitarian efforts of its kind, to provide nutritious meals to mothers and their children in developing countries.

As an added detail, the hangtag on each shirt is not your standard plastic affair. Instead, it is a simple purple cord bracelet with button closure. Now that is truly style with substance.


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