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What’s Your -Ista? I’m a Baking-Ista! #Review
We all have an “ista”, something that makes us, well, us! My husband is a fishingista, The Beauty Queen a bookista, The Divine Miss M an artista and me? I’m a bakingista! Marlee and Amy understood this and created Ista Tees, a fun way to proclaim your Ista!
I had so much fun shopping on the website. It’s easy to navigate and the categories make it easy to hone in on your Ista. There’s even a create your own Ista–you know I’m a Bon Jovi Ista! I love companies that let you just be you.
Marlee and Amy have been friends since they met in the “transfer student” line at Clemson University back in 1986. Marlee has gone on to be a guidance counselor and designer and Amy is a special education teacher. Between them they have five children: tennisista, zombieista, spikeista, artista, and pizza-ista! Don’t you love it!?
While we have always had unique to us Ista’s, Marlee and Amy over a glass or two of house merlot, lamented the current state of economy and a moment of silence was filled with the sentence, “Forget Fashionista, I’m a recessionista”. It was the beginning of Ista Tees.
Perhaps it was that conversation about the economy that lead to their business being generous. They want their customers to suggest charities and they will then donate a portion of their profits. Awesome that you can proclaim your ISTA and give back to the charity of your choice!
Bakingista Tee from Ista Tees
My Baking-ista shirt has become my go-to tee. I love how soft it is and the more I wash it the softer it seems. It’s a quality tee shirt.The stitching after many washes is still intact. The hem is still solid.
I wore the shirt one day to Bed Bath and Beyond and ended up having a wonderful conversation with a woman who claimed to be a bakingista too.
Think of the fun…now that Jake and Becky are Mr. and Mrs. they can wear the Takenista!
There are so many fun Ista’s waiting at Ista tees, head on over to claim yours! This summer will you be a beachista, grillista or gardenista.
Tue, May 22, 2012
by Amy Knapp filed under