Monday, November 23, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Hello Soffe Fans!!! I am back for another week of FABULOUS Soffe products that I am L♥ving right now!!
So this week it got real cold around here, so I went on a hunt for some of Soffe's warmer stuff! Here are the fabulous things I found!!!:
Rugby Pants only$19.99!!!
This would go perfect with the Poly-Fleece Zip Jacket Hoodie only $29.99!!!
Also on Sale this week at Soffe: My favorite, the Henley Tee
Long Flare Pants
Raglan Sleeve Top
Check it all out!! See you all next week!!!
Lisa Moore Gee
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Friday, November 6, 2009
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Hello Soffe Fans!!! This is my first time blogging here and I am so proud to be doing it!!! What I want to share is great deals on Soffe products and my favorites from their website!!! I hope you enjoy! Also feel free to leave feedback-do you like what I'm showcasing or not? What kind of stuff do you want to see? The more input the better!!
So this week I browsed the Soffe website and found these great items:
Retro Jersey Shorts with Stripe These come in 7 colors: Black, Oxford, Olive Drab, Navy, Royal, Red and Pink!! These shorts are perfect for working out, cheer leading or lounging around the house! They are 50% cotton, 50% polyester jersey knit and feature white binding around legs & side seams. Super cute!!! And at $8.99 they are super affordable! You can get several colors and mix and match with your favorite shirt! Pair them with a Boy Beater or Vintage Cap Sleeve Tee of your choice to look fabulous even while working out!! I love these shorts because not only are they adorable, but they are really comfortable!
Be sure to check out the great stuff on Sale on the Soffe website!!! I will see you all soon!!!
♥Lisa Moore Gee
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Monday, November 2, 2009
M. J. Soffe featured in Exchange and Commissary news
M.J. Soffe donates a portion of the cost of each Wounded Warrior garment it sells to the program. The donations as-
sist the WWP in sponsoring activities that inspire U.S. heroes who have suffered a loss. As the WWP motto points out, “The greatest casualty is being forgotten.”
Read the article here