Project Feral T-shirts: Why They're Just Awesome

Saturday, December 17, 2011 Stef dela Cruz 0 Comments

Ever since I’ve worn Project Feral t-shirts, the way I look at tees has changed forever – and that’s not simply because I got my t-shirt for free. With all honesty, I LOVE their t-shirts! Let me share with you why I fell in love with Project Feral t-shirts.

You see, I have small shoulders. My frame is petite, despite my average 5’5” height. This means that an extra small t-shirt will fit my trunk just fine, but the shoulder width will be too large for my small shoulders. This explains why most of the tops in my closet are sleeveless.

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Enter Project Feral. The t-shirt fabric is extra soft yet not too thin. The design is artsy (kudos to the designer!). The t-shirt cut, lucky for me, will complement any shoulder width. And here’s one more plus: the t-shirt shape actually skims your figure, flattering you and hiding your flaws at the same time. Oh yes, I kid not.

Prjct FeralOkay, maybe I’m not the ideal model for Project Feral t-shirts, but let me share with you a few photos we took out in the streets. (No worries, it’s not like I pulled a Diana Zubiri!)

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I’m wearing a t-shirt with a John Lennon design. The text below John Lennon’s face reads, “Do you know who you are?” I’m loving this t-shirt!
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If you want Project Feral t-shirts, you can get one for FREE by calling the Suplado Show on Mondays, 9 to 11 p.m. Oh yes, it’s that simple! C’mon, you know you want one. Flirt male

UPDATE: I’ve posted this look on LookBook! Show me some love by hyping it, won’t yah?


You may also order Project Feral t-shirts by email or by contacting them through Facebook. You can also check out Project Feral’s website. It’s the perfect Christmas gift for your significant other or best friend! I swear, the wonderful fabric PLUS pretty design are worth every penny. Rolling on the floor laughing

Stef dela CruzAbout the blogger
Stef dela Cruz is a doctor and writer. She received the 2013 Award for Health Media from the Department of Health. She maintains a health column in Health.Care Magazine and contributes to The Manila Bulletin. Add her to your circles.