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Creature comforts: PACT Spring 2014

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PACT Spring 2014 Collection


If you are a creature of comfort, you’ll surely love what is on offer at PACT this Spring. From the basics of the Everyday Essentials collection to the whimsy of their prints, PACT brings comfort and joy to your nether regions. Let’s take a deeper look, shall we?

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The Everyday Essentials collection from PACT mixes the comfort of their more colorful cousins with the somewhat more conservative color palette. Think black, grey, blue, and white. Think multi-packs for quiet consistency. These socks and undies are no less outstanding without making you stand out at your next business meeting. Think of them as the comfortable camouflage of the business world. You can always show off your Trail Stripe Trunks on Saturday.

Speaking of Trail Stripe Trunks, though there has been no major change to the overall design, which is a good thing, slipping into a fresh new pattern is still one of my favorite things. Nothing fits better than a fresh pair of skivvies, especially if they happen to be made by PACT. As mentioned previously, PACT has the cotton comfort thing down. Their underwear is super soft straight out of the eco-friendly packaging, and remains so wash after wash.

Of the entire Spring collection, one garment, in particular, has, despite its lack of printed adornment, gotten my attention in a big way, and that is Heather Grey Everyday Crew Neck Tee. As far as tee shirts go it is almost pure perfection. If it had a chest pocket, it would be my go-to shirt for just about everything. The jersey, a blend of 60% organic cotton and 40% recycled polyester makes for a very comfortable shirt that looks fresh all day long. I am also a big fan of PACT’s new label (very subtle) and label location (down on the hem of the shirt). Best of all, at $19.99, this Everyday Essential is a bargain.

For more information about any of the Spring 2014 collection from PACT, click here. To check out the collection in person, visit your local Whole Foods Market.

**Full disclosure: These items were provided at no cost for the purpose of editorial consideration. To think otherwise would be silly.