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The Most Comfortable Shirt You'll Ever Wear!

A few months ago, I bought a smock from The 3191 Collection. It’s honestly the most comfortable top I’ve ever worn. It washes up so nicely. I would wear it everyday, if I could. I am so wanting to buy the new style, above. I love the mini stripes. Oh and the turtlenecks looks so comfy too! Take a peek at the rest of the collection, below. Remember, it’s limited edition (everything is handmade in Maine!) so act fast if you want one!


  • Turtleneck Pullover 1 of 5
    Turtleneck Pullover
    This comfy turtleneck is made of 100% cotton. It's got a boxy fit, and three-quarter length sleeves.
    $195 at 3191.
  • Striped Smock 2 of 5
    Striped Smock
    I own this shirt in another fabric, and it's honestly the most comfy shirt I've ever worn. I love the small grey stripes.
    $120 at 3191.
  • Forest Green Turtleneck 3 of 5
    Forest Green Turtleneck
    This merino wool turtleneck looks like the perfect uniform for fall!
    $145 at 3191.
  • Perfect T-Shirt 4 of 5
    Perfect T-Shirt
    Nothing beats a perfect t-shirt that you can lounge in all weekend.
    $75 at 3191.
  • Black Patterned Smock 5 of 5
    Black Patterned Smock
    This black cotton smock looks great with jeans or a skirt. I love the patterned fabric!
    More info at 3191.

All photos: 3191.

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!

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