Is organic cotton your favourite fibre?
That's why I put together this spotlight on all our current 100% organic cotton styles.
First up, the Céleste Dress - 100% Organic Cotton
There's only one of these dresses left and it's a size large!
The Long Sleeve M.A. Top is also 100% Organic Cotton!
The hand dyed Read the article
This week's spotlight is on items that have only ONE LEFT in stock!
Your chance to get these ethically made styles while you still can!
The Robe Maxi Dress only has one left and it's a size large - Click here to view!
The Slip Tank also only has a size large left!
The Antoinette Dress in Desert Orange only has one left and it's a size Small!...
This week I wanted to highlight our Hand Dyed Items!
These styles have all been dyed by hand.. by me! I've loved tie-dyeing since my very first tie-dye birthday party when I was in grade 5. I'm so glad that tie-dye is 'in fashion' again because its really one of my favourite things to do and to wear.
The Every Flow Maxi is a dress from our very first collection! I dyed this one is a soft pinkish purple using a Shibori technique. I just love...
We recently ran out of the first batch of small boxes we ever ordered!! Wow! (we still have a good amount of big ones though) It took 4 years! Even though these boxes are made from recycled materials, I found a company that makes compostable mailers: Noissue. I think these are definitely the more eco-friendly option and I decided to switch to these. The mailers are made from corn and are fully compostable. (it takes 180 days in a home compost and 90 days in a commercial compost)
With the current delay in...
It's time for Fashion Revolution Week 2020!!
Fashion Revolution week was sparked by the horrendous loss of life with the fall of the Rana Plaza in 2013. This was an 8 story building filled with garment workers under terrible conditions. Workers had told their employers that the building was cracking and looked unsafe, but were forced to work anyways. And on April 24th, the building collapsed and killed just over ONE THOUSAND people. Those people who make your clothes for very little money died sewing your clothing.
This lead Orsola De Castro to take action and start a revolution.. A Fashion Revolution....
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