Yala Designs Bamboo Dreams Review and Giveaway

     Over the course of the last couple years I have tried to educate myself and my family on all things
green.  I honestly thought I knew quite a bit on the subject especially when it comes to saving money
AND the planet.  I was wrong though, there was still one area I hadn't gotten too "eco-friendly" with. 
Textiles.  There are many ways companies can be organic and eco-friendly in creating clothing.  Yala is
one of these companies.

     This is truly a unique company whom after spending a little time reading about them on the website, I feel as though I know the creators personally.  The first saying I read when trying to educate myself on the brand was, "We believe we are all one tribe: equal, hopeful citizens of the globe. We care deeply about our impact on the planet. We are always evolving, learning, looking for a better way."  There are so many ways Yala tries to make an impact like driving an electric truck save 300 gallons of gas a year.  The Bamboo Dreams clothing and bedding line is Oeko-Tex certified which means its guaranteed that the fabric and dyes are safely made using environmentally friendly production methods.  The fabric is dyed using only low impact, Azo-free dyes.  Yala Designs also contributes and works with several charity organizations (the list is too long to mention).

     When I first opened my Bamboo Dreams Nadia Tunic, the first thing I noticed was the feel of the fabric.  I have to say this is by far the softest piece of clothing I have ever worn.  I felt as though I was wearing the most comfortable pajamas all day.  The only complaint I have is that the sizes ran very big from what I could tell.  I ordered a small/medium (when I normally wear a large) and I felt like I was swimming in the shirt.  Oh well, I HAVE to have more of this clothing!  The designs are super cute that most anyone would fall in love with.  If the bedding is half as soft as the shirt I might have to splurge on a new set so I can feel as though I'm sleeping in clouds!
BambooDreams Printed Bedding

Cost:  $66 Bamboo Dreams Nadia Tunic
Available to purchase:  Yala Designs
Recommendation:  Definitely a little too expensive for my taste but as you can tell I fell in love with the material.  So this may be one of those companies I have to get myself a Christmas present or Birthday present from.
Facebook:  Yala Designs
Twitter:  @YalaDesigns


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