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Want to dress from head to toe in clothes by Michigan companies? We rounded up a selection of a few threads made in the Mitten in order to help you compile an entirely Made in Michigan wardrobe. 

Object Apparel “Princess” T-shirt - $75

Made from 100 percent organic cotton and screenprinted with water-based dyes, this unisex tee is handmade in Detroit. objectapparel.com



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MI Roots Wear “Michigan Roots” funnel neck zip-up hoodie - $45

Cozy up in this handy hoodie that’s both soft and durable. This one’s good for wearing on a jog or throwing on during a chilly autumnal baseball game. mirootswear.com

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La Vie en Orange “Michigan” boy-cut undies - $26

This Michigan-based company promises that wedgies are “practically impossible” in these boy-cut underoos. korijock.com

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Chrissy’s Knee-High Socks - $9

Whether you like to wear something super sassy underneath your jeans and sneakers, or you’re going for a full-on “Baby One More Time…” moment, these knee-highs will do the trick. kneehighsocks.org

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Mended bag - $70

Melissa Kolb crafts these handy crossbody bags from recycled fabrics, making each piece one-of-a-kind, special, and oh-so cute. mendedmaterial.com

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Wolverine “Doris” oxfords - $100

You’ll want to skip the socks when wearing these adorable kicks. The cutouts make them a perfect pair for a made-in-Michigan sundress. wolverine.com

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