I’ve been a bit obsessed with Tea since I received a shirt for Chewy from their newborn line when he was first born. The quality had me hooked. No matter how many washings it went through, it held up and looked just like new. I was recently sent an outfit for each of the 2 younger boys from their new Modern Mexico line. Holy cuteness Batman!
Brady got The Pedro Pullover Sweater, Juarez Stripe Henley and the French Terry Cargo pants in “Mole”. So adorable! We got a ton of compliments on his sweater. I was thrilled at the timing as it arrived just the day before we had our first cold snap here in Colorado.
Carter fell in love with his outfit and had to pose. Below you can find him in “cool guy swagger” pose and also doing the Mexican hat dance around an invisible hat. He even drew a picture of the Mariachi band on his shirt for his teacher the day he wore this to school!
Carter is wearing the Mariachis en Barco Tee, Happy Hoody in Salsa Red and the Surplus Playwear Pants in British Khaki.
You can find all these pieces and more great outfits at TeaCollection.com. I’m super impressed with the fit and quality. After a couple washings, there have been no loose threads, shrinkage or anything misshapen. The fit is true to size so if you want the clothes to last more than one season as far as sizing goes, I’d suggest you order up. The quality will make these clothes last through many years and many hand me downs. They have an effortless and timeless style to them and I find myself reaching for these first out of the laundry to be worn again. I’m excited to see what collections they will have coming up!
disclosure: I was given the outfits described above for my review. No monetary compensation was made and the opinions are mine and honest. No affiliate links are embedded in this post.
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