Comfy & Cozy | Winter Favorites from PACT

As the weather gets colder, all we’re thinking of is being as cozy and comfy as possible. Of course this means taking the time to enjoy a little lounging and outfitting ourselves in some super soft organic cotton pieces in fun patterns. It didn’t take us too long to gravitate to PACT, who provides everyday essentials such as socks, underwear, leggings and tees made ethically with the softest of organic cotton. The brand is fair trade and makes sure their facilities uses no pesticides, no fertilizers, no bleaches, and no sweatshops. For Holiday 2014, PACT offers these must-have essentials in colors and prints that both celebrate the season, and can be used all year round….as long as you can get the limited edition prints before they sell out.

LEGGINGS

PACT leggings maintain their shape all day long, are super soft and comfortable, and are made from the highest quality, long staple cotton blended with elastane. Available in limited edition prints, these leggings boasts wide waistbands that don’t roll, durable, pill-resistant fabric with excellent stretch, that won’t fall victim to your washing machine.

CAMISOLES

With the promise of a perfect fit (if you don’t like it, the first pair is on PACT), this incredibly soft and comfortable camisole will be your go-to favorite, whether you’re relaxing at home or layering it under your outfit for outdoor fun. With lots of solid and print options, you’re sure to add several to your wardrobe.

SOCKS & TIGHTS

These super soft and versatile socks will be your new favorites. Whether you go for the regular crew or over-the-knee socks, you’ll want to wear these every day. The tights not only look good, they do good as well. With every pair of tights you buy, you are helping PACT lend a hand to low-income entrepreneurs who want to start their own small businesses. You can’t go wrong with great products that also helps others.

As you can see, there’s lots of coziness to enjoy from PACT. What are some of your coziest winter favorites? Share your winter staples in the comments below.

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