I have worked with Foxcroft Collection before and I am thrilled to be asked to show you a style from their spring collection.  The collection is full of what I call creative classics.  Because, Foxcroft blouses are known for their classic style, quality fabrics, and creative designs.

This is a trusted brand found in top retailers, as well as, online.  They have been here for over 30 years and have built a company on the foundation of a classic button-down top.  When I say built upon it, I mean simply they have brought us new creative designs with each season also made from quality, high end fabrics.  The brand is completely trusted in the non-iron realm and I think one of the first to offer dependable non-iron shirts.

Whether you are working or retired, I can guess that you want effortless clothing.  Clothing you can depend on to be non-iron if the label says it and clothing you can depend on to wear well over time.  I own several Foxcroft tops and tunics and they have withstood time in my wardrobe.  For those who love classic-style, this brand is a must.

I think this Carlene Nautical Stripe Tunic top is so much fun!  I confess I was a little skeptical when I saw the horizontal stripes, but the design of the top, and the angled stripes in the back, keep this tunic flattering. It is so comfy (made from 100% cotton) and will be a go to top throughout the summer. I love that they included pockets in the design. The brand offers their clothing in many sizes, so I feel confident you can find a good fit with Foxcroft.  If you are plus size and love this look, then here is the link.

Check out their Spring Collection here.  I have a couple of more designs I am thinking about.  Very creative and fun….and it includes my favorite design…flamingos!  Now, for the big finale, there is a savings code just for you! This is valid for a limited time: 20% off the purchase and the code to put in at checkout is PAMFOX!  (I love PAMFOX!  Made me smile…so remember all of you should….)





Disclaimer:  I received product for this post, but the words are my own.

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