I’m generally not one for logo shirts, however I love my new Tide ‘Loads of Hope’ vintage t-shirt –I wear it loud and proud considering it goes to such a worthy cause. Tide ‘Loads of Hope’ program was founded in 2005 in response to Hurricane Katrina to provide clean clothes and help renew a sense of hope to families in New Orleans impacted by the hurricane. All the profits from the sale of the tees benefit families affected by the natural disaster. To date, they have washed over 33,000 loads of laundry for more than 22,000 families. Talk about feel good fashion!
They are incredibly soft and comfortable and have a nice fit. I’m generally a small in shirts however I went with the medium since they run tight and I like my shirts long (but still fitted).
Tide ‘Loads of Hope’ tee comes men (SM-XXL) and women’s (SM-XL) sizes in your choice of blue, green, orange, red or yellow. The front of the shirt features the ‘Tide’ logo, and on the back of the shirt reads ‘loads of love’.
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