This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.

As I've said before, summer is my favorite season of the year. I love the warm weather and being able to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible with the kids. Unfortunately, summer is coming to a close and although Fall is not officially here, the weather is beginning to change. We have already been seeing temps in the 40's some nights, which means winter is just around the corner. As much as I am not looking forward to it, I do love one thing about cooler weather....being able to wear warm, comfortable clothes.
I would have to say sweatshirts are my favorite. One of my least favorites has always been sweaters...especially those that are wool. They are itchy, heavy, and just plain hot. Until recently, I thought this was the only kind of wool out there, but learned differently. Rambler's Way has been able to use technology to develop soft, lightweight wool clothing. Who would have thought this is something that could even be done?! Their American Comfortwear is made to wear year-round. It's considered to be very soft and comfortable against your skin.

Having never liked the itchy and heavy wool sweaters I've tried in the past, I think it's great that Ramblers Way has come up with such a comfortable wool for people to wear. Who knows...this winter I may just have to try it out. I took a look at their website, and they actually have some great options. I would love to purchase their Next-to-Skin Cross Neck Long Sleeve Top and Henley long sleeve shirt. They look very comfortable and warm!
How about you? Do you like to wear wool clothing? Do you think you'd like to wear the soft Next-to-Skin wool clothing from Rambler's Way?

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  1. Kelli (I'd So Rather Be Reading) September 4, 2010 at 3:13 PM  

    No wool ever for me---way too itchy and hot! Boy, I am jealous your weather is in the 40s at night. We're still 100+ degrees here in Southeast Texas!

  2. Tina Peterson September 5, 2010 at 2:33 AM  

    I think we have been dropping down into the 40-50's too. It's only getting to about 70 during the day. I love the Fall/Winter weather, the chilly days, warm yummy foods, the colors & everything.

    I'm following you now, I think I found you because you stopped by one of my blogs:

    Thanks for visiting - Tina "the Book Lady"

  3. Elizabeth September 5, 2010 at 10:43 PM  

    thanks for stopping by, I'm a new follower! =]

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