Spring Fever Sponsor Spotlight: Tea Collection

tea-collection-logoMy next sponsor spotlight for the Spring Fever Giveaway event is Tea Collection! The company Tea was started in San Francisco about 10 years ago with just three prima cotton baby sweaters and a vision to bring the fusion of worldwide cultures and modern design to the fashion industry. Are you wondering why the name “Tea” was chosen for the company? I certainly was!

It’s because: Tea, the drink, is shared in nearly every culture around the world. Being Tea is about experiencing life together, even when we’re not in the same place. It means taking the time to understand and honor our differences. In doing so, we become closer.

After reading that, I realized that “Tea” is the perfect name for this company and what they are about! I am so thrilled to have had the opportunity to review three dresses and a pair of leggings from their collection for Kynlee! They have become my “go-to” outfits and she wears them all.the.time.! The three dresses we were sent are shown below:


The Lotus Vines Dress, Painted Vines Knot Dress, and the Pasar Vines Dress. These dresses are 100% cotton and machine washable. They don’t have buttons or zippers – simply slip on over your little darling and you’re good to go! It seems that whenever we are getting ready to go somewhere we are always in a hurry so that little bit of time that is saved from having to button or zip is greatly appreciated by me.



Whether she’s sun-bathing, playing on the porch, or attending a birthday party… Kynlee rocks the dresses from Tea Collection with ease! The dresses are kid-friendly and momma-approved…I’d recommend them to anyone. I seriously can’t wait to add more Tea Collection to Kynlee’s closet :).

For the Spring Fever Event, Tea is giving away a $100 Gift Certificate!

The event starts tomorrow, but you can earn extra entries now by leaving a comment on this post letting me know what you’d get with the gift certificate from Tea! Make sure to claim your extra entry when the Rafflecopter form goes live!