The Sustainable Fashion Award (that I made up a few weeks ago) this week goes to Maison Scotch. They have an entire sustainability manifesto on their site where they get right down to the specifics such as the treatment of the sheep from which they get their wool. And I just LOVE wool origin stories!
Lululemon also has hefty sustainability policies in place. It's a little more corporate -and has no mention of sheep- but they certainly get points for having a thorough stance on sustainability. We have TWO Lululemon raincoats in the store right now! The smaller one (left) has a lovely watercolor motif on it; the photo does not do it justice. I found the larger coat (right) was really roomy for an 8. It has a cozy, fuzzy lining in it.
I came across lots of silk this week! This Cynthia Rowley is 100% silk (ahhhhhhh):
This silk weddings/graduation/mother's-day-brunch dress from Calvin Klein.....
....and this Velvet (silk!) shirt:
Can-con from Oak + Fort. The collar, upper-chest and body of this little black dress are made of different materials, which gives it a lot more dimension and interest while not being fussy.
While we are at it, here's a sweet Oak + Fort t-shirt:
Look what I found in the shoe section! How cool are these Dr Marten saddle shoes?!?! The little green hearts on the Vans are super cute and totally unexpected.
This simple, beautiful Kate Spade blouse has tiny stars on it!
Ahhhh! This owl shirt is so awesome!
I'm drawn to both these chambray dress:
Do not adjust your screens, the numbers on this sweater are backwards. Very clever!
Shoes, shoes, shoes!
I'm having a Red Pony night for my friends on Saturday (hanging out after hours, trying on clothes, eating soft cheeses. You get the idea). If you're my friend and I forgot to invite you, text me! If you are not my friend (yet!) and want to have a Red Pony night for your own friends, email me.