Toad & Co. is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the launch of its Telluride Heritage Collection, a beautiful line of clothing that perfectly encapsulates the brand’s “Trail to Tavern” ethos in which its clothing works equally well in the outdoors as in the bar post-hike or ski.
One of the standouts of the collection is the women’s Mojacette shirt, which has an inner lining that makes it cozy and warm, more so than your average flannel shirt. The item is made from 100 percent organic cotton and includes snaps running up the front so it can easily be worn open or closed.
The shirt runs fairly long, which adds a relaxed look, but the feminine cut makes it flattering rather than bulky. The shirt is durable after several washes and lots of wear, both outside and inside. This is one you’ll buy and be hard-pressed to take off throughout the cooler months. The shirt comes in a red plaid and a gray/teal, both are flattering colors.
Further, this is a company you can feel good about patronizing as they are committed to working with adults with disabilities.
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