DEL SOL Review & GIVEAWAY
A little about Del Sol.. taken from their website.
We began selling our color-changing clothing and accessories out of a small retail cart in
Murray, Utah’s Fashion Place Mall, eventually spreading our concept throughout the United
States and Canada. After expanding our color-changing product line and fun-under-the-sun
experience, we took our products to the world’s most popular cruise ship ports, opening the first,
full Del Sol store in St. Thomas in 1997.
NASA explored earlier concepts of color change for its space program back in the ‘70s and ‘80s,
but Del Sol further developed and expanded this technology, engineering its own proprietary
Spectrachrome® color-changing crystals that are found in all Del Sol products today. Del Sol’s
color-changing crystals are harvested from the sunniest, most colorful places on the planet
and then engineered for use on nearly 10,000 color-changing retail items.
Much like a flower that blossoms in the sun’s rays, Del Sol’s exclusive Spectrachrome crystals
open and unfold upon exposure to sunlight; revealing their hidden colors.
Through humanitarian efforts, Del Sol has donated more than a million dollars worth of product and aid
to victims of the Haitian earthquake, the South East Asia Tsunami and Hurricane Katrina, as well as
hundreds of other projects around the world.
My Impression: I think this is a great idea! I've never seen anything like this company before. The concept of your shirts, shoes, and even finger-nail polish changing colors in the sun is awesome! It's like having two t-shirts in one. The t-shirts are very soft and it's so fun to walk out in the sun and watch them change colors before your eyes. The women's t-shirts run smaller than most t-shirts I've tried, but the men's t-shirt's run about the same as other companies. I also like that they are great humanitarians and that they work on helping others that's a big plus in my book toward companies.
Will Receive a Color-Changing T-Shirt from Del Sol
*These products were sent to me as apart of a product review, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.