If there is one thing I love it’s comfy clothes. Yoga pants, V-neck T’s, a Hanes Fleece sweatshirt or hoodie, and Ugg boots are my go to items aka everyday mom wear and it’s rubbed off on my kids. They love their comfy clothes too and often reach for those versus other items in their closet. Our daughter loves her leggings, fuzy boots, and cozy fleece hoodies just like her mama. Whether it’s a trip to the park, grocery story, or out to run errands, chances are you’ll find us in our comfy clothes.
The kids and I aren’t big on wearing jackets. I actually hate them and that’s rubbed off on the kids. Unless it’s snowing or freezing cold outside I’ll let them go out in a Hanes fleece hoodie and a long sleeve shirt. The fleece hoodies keep them warm, are a lot more comfortable than a jacket, and they go with pretty much everything. The zip hoodies are my favorite when we’re out and about and the crew neck fleece is great for layering and wearing around the house when we get a little chilly. Remember that post I did where I talked about reducing your electric bill? Well Hanes fleece is a great way to help keep warm so you don’t have to turn there heater up plus here are some other reasons on why they’re great:
- Plush, cotton-blend heavyweight fleece is soft.
- Made with up to 5% polyester made from recycled plastic bottles.
- Contrast color inside of hoodie and stitching.
- High-stitch density, so it lasts longer, without pilling.
- Kid-safe, cord-free hood helps block out wind and chill.
- Roomy front pouch pockets keep hands warm.
- Ribbed cuffs and hem stretch for cozy fit.
Whether it’s the hubby, me, or the kids Hanes Fleece is a wardrobe staple in our home. They’re versatile, thin enough for layering, keep us warm, available in a variety of colors both basic and bright, and they’re tag free so I don’t have to hear the kids complain about the tag itching or bothering them. They’re also conveniently available at mass retailers nationwide and did I mention how comfy and cozy they are? Because they are!
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