I am a sucker for quality, fashionable clothing and was jazzed recently when I found Fresh Produce clothing. For over three decades Fresh Produce has been providing people with refreshing and captivating casual, resort and sportswear lines. Known and loved by women ages 6 months to 60-plus for lush colors, year-round sensibility, simply inspired design and coastal comfort, Fresh Produce continues to delight customers around the globe.
Given the chance to review an item of my choice, I selected a casual top, the Everyday Hoodie in Peri ($84). There are 21 colors to choose from so it wasn’t easy. I loved the flowy look of this hoodie, I could easily picture myself wearing it on summer evenings from the photos posted online.
- Our popular Everyday Hoodie is laid-back with flattering seams and stylish details. Effortless cool never looked so good.– 95% French Terry cotton, 5% lycra
– dropped shoulder seams
– side seam pockets
– gently curved front hem, longer in back
– cuff detail
– raw edge detail
– made in USA
When it arrived I was pleased with the color and the quality was superb! This is now my favorite hoodie, I’ve been wearing it often. It’s so soft and comfy it’s like it calls to me from my closet. Fresh Produce has a sizing chart but I prefer my summer hoodies to be loose and ordered it one size larger….I think I’m still getting used to my smaller frame and next time I’ll be mindful to order exactly the sizing they recommend.
Their clothing line is beautiful, it’s not your everyday cookie-cutter clothing…..each piece is unique and different from what I’ve found locally. They carry lovely longsleeved t-shirts, a variety of summer capris and even a plus sized line with fashionable plus sized sweatshirt I love.
Fresh Produce clothing is available for purchase on their website. They can also be found in Nordstorms and over 500 speciality boutiques and resort retailers around the country. Company owned store and factory outlets are also scattered around the US, including exclusive seashore resorts in North America and the Caribbean. Check them out on Facebook at : Fresh Produce Clothing or @freshproducenow on Twitter.