Sorry for the silence at our end. I was on a mini-break and the week to catch up on every day things has been hectic. We also had a event at Starbucks headquarters in SODO, Seattle. I will hopefully be back to a regular blogging schedule but not before I let you all know that I will be putting new product in the shop and marking them down for the year end summer sale. We have a bunch of items that we offer that are not available online like these cuties:
Bloomers! from $12 to $6!
Bib from $12 to $6 (cute kiddo not included)
or how about this for the ladies:
It’s $37 and we will be marking it down by 25%! We have just one left!
The travel soap is the best deal of all from $22 to $6. One left!
We want to clear out our storage room so we can start designing new products with the women artisans we are partnered with. We want to continue to provide solid fair work for these wonderful women.
That’s just a few of the deals we have in store. I will try my best to post it all up and let you know via facebook and G+. I’m the jack of all trades here. I photograph, I upload, I fix, and entertain my kiddos so i’m up for the challenge!
It’s hot here in Seattle. When I mean hot, I mean about high 80’s. Okay, it’s not Austin TX where it reaches 105 by 8am but for my weak Pacific Northwest body, it’s hot enough. The kiddos and I were at the beach and I saw this really class looking mum wearing a beautiful tunic style dress and it got me thinking of the perfect summer dress that is stylish and can handle the wear and tear of being around kids.
Always a favourite in my bookmarks is People Tree based in the UK. This Orla Kiely heart dress is super sweet and if you add thick black plastic frames, then you’ll definitely be the hippest lady in town. I was wearing my People Tree stripey shirt until someone had an explosive diaper. Oops! Well, a good washing will fix that right up.
It’s on sale! I like this dress because you can put a tie on and it looks like a completely different dress but you could also leave unbelted and it makes a lovely swishy kind of light summer breezy dress. I like the circle detail. I would get it in the mauve colour. This dress is from Fair Indigo.
I love me some stripes. This is also the perfect 4th of July kind of dress or maybe France perhaps? I love the colour blocking, the colour combo and it’s made in the USA. I found this dress on Mod Cloth. Looks like it’s a nice travel dress, doesn’t wrinkle up and has some give to the fabric. Lots of good reviews on Modcloth.
I still have a pouch from my two babies but I’m determined to get slim and fit into one of my green retro looking Peopletree dress that I got eons ago. It’s still a little tight but it’s getting closer! I’ll have to show you all the results when I can just lose that last 10 lbs!