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The Tofino Henley from Everyday California is a lightweight thermal shirt that can be worn on it’s own or layered under other clothing items such as tee shirts, button-up shirts, sweaters, vests or workout clothing.
Made in the USA, the Tofino Henley is form-fitting and features generous length in both the torso and sleeves making this a must have, versatile thermal clothing item. The poly/cotton fabric makes this henley super comfortable and easy to wash without wrinkling terribly as some clothing can, great for us because I hate ironing. Everyday California ships purchases and accepts returns, all for free! I like that, makes it much simpler and more affordable when shopping online in case something doesn’t fit and needs to be exchanged.
Everyday California is a lifestyle company based in La Jolla, California, offering ocean adventures and California-sourced premium apparel. The company specializes in guided kayak and snorkeling tours of La Jolla’s Ecological reserve, along with surfboard, paddleboard, kayak and snorkel rentals.
My daughter had been asking for more shirts that she could layer under her other clothing, so I was happy to be able to give her this shirt. The grey color is what, given the chance, she would choose for herself as it is a neutral color that goes well with many other colors. It is light enough to be worn in all seasons, on it’s own or combined with other clothing items.
This will be perfect for her, especially during the fall and winter when she will be needing extra warmth. For some reason, she hates winter jackets. She says they’re too bulky and are bothersome to carry around and try to stuff into her locker at school. She prefers to wear hoodies year round. During the cold weather of winter she will wear hats, scarves and gloves (I’m thankful for that, at least), but will give me a really hard time when I try to get her to put her winter coat on, every time. Granted, she’s not the outdoorsy type and prefers to be inside when it’s cold. But, still, my mother’s mind can’t help but wonder, what if there’s a bus accident on the way to school, the bus breaks down or the heat goes out in the school building during the day?
The fact that she wears layers of clothing makes me feel a little better, I guess.
Do you or your teens wear layers of clothing? What layering tips do you have to share with us?
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