Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Product Review: Royal Dynamite

Today's post marks the beginning of a new segment here at Deanna's Deals!

Starting today, I will now feature product reviews every once in a while!

Today's product review is on an up-and-coming t-shirt line called...

Royal Dynamite is an environmentally and socially conscious line, focusing specifically on children and education. 

Royal Dynamite has also launched a campaign called RDCares!

RDCares "is a One-for-One give back program, geared at empowering and supporting school children growing up in marginalized and low income communities around the world."

How RDCares Works:

"For every Royal Dynamite t-­shirt bought, we will donate an RD Educational Care (RDEC) package to a child in need. Each RDEC package will contain the following items: a composition book, a pencil, an eraser,and a sharpener. The program will first be introduced in Sierra Leone and the United States, and will eventually expand to other countries and regions of the world."

How about that?!? Just by buying a t-shirt, you can help a child in need!

Now for the product review!

A while back, I was sent two t-shirts to try out, the "Let it Fly!" shirt, and the "Tahiti Blue Logo" shirt, which you can see below.

First off, let me just say that it has been a long time since I've worn a t-shirt this comfortable! The t-shirts are both 100% cotton, and super soft! And you know how some t-shirts with designs on them are itchy underneath where the design is printed? Well, these weren't like that! And I'm being completely honest!

I wore the "Let it Fly" t-shirt around campus one day, just with some jeans and a light sweater over top, and got quite a few compliments! And for those of you who like to dress up, I even tried this shirt with darker jeans, a blazer, and some pumps, and it still looked great! It's definitely a day-to-night type of shirt!

Here are some other shirts on their site that I like!

By the way, "Nyumbani" means "Home" is Swahili, which, as a budding Anthropologist who's only a month away from going to Kenya, I absolutely love!

So there you have it! My first product review, and what a great product it was!

I highly recommend this t-shirt line!

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