I recently bought a shirt from Ivory Ella. I’ve only worn it once so far but I’m already falling in love with it so I decided to share my review of the shirt and the company with you all. Ivory Ella is a U.S. based company that was founded in April of last year. They donate 10% of their net profits to Save the Elephants and occaisionally create specific products and donate to other organziations from the sale of those products. I didn’t see any information on their website about their manufacturing and production policies so that it something that I would like to find out more about for this company.
I ordered the Neon Coral Campus Long Sleeve shirt. It was a much brighter color in person than on my computer screen so know that when they say neon, they mean neon! When I placed my order, I received a notification that they were changing warehouses so my package might take a while to be shipped but it was delivered exactly a week after I ordered it so I don’t think that there was a delay. My shirt came rolled up and tied with this twine which I think is super cute! The package also came with these two stickers. I put the blue one on my water bottle. I bought a size small and it is the perfect slouchy cozy size without being too big because sometimes Tshirts kind of swallow me because I’m so short. Before washing, the fabric didn’t really feel like anything special but after I washed it with some fabric softener it became so soft, seriously, I could sleep in it.
I styled the shirt for school with some skinny jeans and cute sneakers. The shoes don’t really match but they were brightly colored and really comfortable, and my feet hurt from a ten mile hike the day before so I wore them anyway lol.
Have you bought anything from Ivory Ella? What did you think?
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