BuddhiWear Organics T-Shirt Giveaway

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I have quickly become a sucker for good quality organic cotton tees.  My old t-shirts have gone the way of the rag pile, and in their place I’ve found such a wonderful array of organic cotton t-shirts available.  One store providing not only darling women’s t-shirts but also a nice variety of men’s, women’s and children’s organic clothing. BuddhiWear Organics focuses on clothing with a positive message.  In fact, “buddhi” actually means “she who is conscious, awake”. 

No sweatshop manufactured items at BuddhiWear.  They strive for eco-friendly and green business practices – even the dyes used in the clothing is environmentally friendly. But what of the clothing quality?  Take, for instance, this “Meditation Tree” t-shirt.  Quickly one of my favorites, it’s soft organic cotton with a beautiful image of a woman meditating beneath a flowering tree.  Perfect for spring say I!  Its natural white fabric is cool and comfortable.  (It helps that natural whites look better on my very pale northern skin.)  Overall, it’s a good quality item in a trendy cut that I’m happy to wear out of the house.  Not so with most of my t-shirt collection.  No, those boxy man-cut shirts go no further than the confines of my house. 

Many of you have asked me where you might find organic clothing for bigger kids – after all, just because your little one is no longer a toddler doesn’t mean you’re ready to sacrifice quality.  Happily, BuddhiWear carries darling tees for the bigger kids too.  And don’t forget your guy – long and short-sleeve tees for him as well!

Want to win your own BuddhiWear Meditation Tree t-shirt?  Here’s your chance to get that a jump on that spring wardrobe!

Multiple Entries Possible (Read #5 for a new entry option!):

1.) Just visit the BuddhiWear Organics site and tell me what else there appeals to you.  (You may enter once a day – following entries don’t require you to answer the question.) Remember, leave an interesting comment. If I cannot contact the winner, you might be chosen instead based on your comment.

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Feel free to do all five to gather multiple entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Wednesday, March 4, 2009, to enter.

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367 thoughts on “BuddhiWear Organics T-Shirt Giveaway

  1. I think the parade of animals kids tee would look great on my 1.5 yr old! Or the Buddhiweawr men’s t-shirt, both are good choices, and I’m indecisive!

    Happy Wednesday!

  2. I sooooo love the Yoga Baby Onesie!!! Perfect for my own sweet YOGA BABY! : )))

    Thanks so much for this fabulous give~away! : )))


  3. Not only it is free but it is also eco-friendly. In Southeast Asia, the environment is on the brink of total destruction (and to think not only Asia but the whole world). The shirt is a good way to promote being green. If I were wearing a shirt like that, I’d definitely wear it every day (if I’ve got duplicates!). :) Nice work!

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