Monday, January 7, 2013

Fine Thread Art Custom Embroidery Monogrammed Oxford

Who doesn't love a monogram and an oxford shirt? Well then what is better than those two items combined? The only thing I can think of that is better than a monogrammed oxford is a shop that sells monogrammed oxfords, enter Fine Thread Art Custom Embroidery! Not only does this etsy shop sell cute button does but they also sell a slew of other monogrammed merchandise!

I received an oversized white monogrammed oxford from Fine Thread Art and I absolutely love it! I chose a black monogram because it would be versatile and match a variety of bottoms. My favorite way to wear this shirt, since it is oversized, is over a pair of leggings. Not only am I super comfy but I still look put together! This shirt was soft even before I washed it and I love the way it looks when I cuff the sleeves! I ordered mine in a medium so that it would have that oversized look that works well when pairing it with leggings!


I have seen these shirts as bridesmaids gifts to get ready in before a wedding and I think that is such a fun idea! While I have quite a while until I even think about getting married, that is one idea that I will keep stored away in my brain and definitely use when that big day comes. Until then, how cute would these be when you are getting ready for prom with your friends! 


How would style your monogrammed oxford?
What are your favorite items from fine thread art?

Happy National Championship Monday and Roll Tide!

dWa

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9 comments :

  1. That so cute! I would love to get my hands on one of those shirts!

    -Holly
    keepingitclassyblog.blogspot.com

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  2. very cute! Would be fun tucked into a darkwash jean, tucked into riding boots for a comfy, casual, preppy look!

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  3. Hi i really like this site and its very interesting site it awesome i really appreciating you for your brilliant work.Custom Embroidery

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  4. Wow! I love the unfinished chalk marks and stains! Is there a name or address to research the embroiderer? I would try to look into it and if nothing, I would make up a history. The piece could become an artwork between stitchers through time, though I would leave the original stitches as is and add new completely different images too. Enjoy whatever you decide:)

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  5. Thank you all so much for your input and words of advice. I was a little overwhelmed with all the choices out there. I've read quite a bit of information on the internet and felt that it would be best to get first hand knowledge from those that actually use the machines . I've been to a couple of stores and gotten a few demonstrations. Because of all of your help, I was able to ask the right questions. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! And Thank You Karen for doing the post. :-)

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