We often hear from fellow petites that it's hard to find a maxi dress that fits. It's usually too long with disproportionate torso areas. If it has long sleeves, they sometimes go way past your wrists. What's a petite gal to do? 🤷🏻♀️⠀ ⠀ Our goal is to create a collection that addresses these issues that only petite ladies face. But first, we want to hear more from you. ⠀ ⠀ What are some design components you'd like to see in a maxi dress? Let us know below, we're taking notes! 📝
Welcome to Generous Goods! We are so pleased to announce the launch of our curated collection of products that give back to good causes. Come take a look! www.generousgoods.com #greatthingsthatgiveback
Bam! 💥We've got a new @fazlco website! And did I mention I'm excited? Because I am EXCITED! 😄 Just a headsup, we're doing a smoke'n sale to celebrate, ✨30% off allllll our little woolly beauties! ✨ (Aka the socks). Use the Discount Code: SOLEMATES ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #consciousfashion#whomademyclothes 📸👉🏽 @lindswicky ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Megan with @toocoolformiddleschool just put up a video showing the entire Compassion Collection on YouTube. It is amazing and you will even get to see her adorable son, Jenson who we named our newest clutch after. Check it out!
Hey, 👻! - Stir up your love for Fall with our award-winning Halloween cards! Each card is hand-crafted in the highlands of Central Kenya from local vegetation and cotton rags 😱 We’re proud to partner with these artisans and support their efforts to help disabled children in Kenya. 🤗
💃🏼 This dress was a very lucky thrift find! I don’t wear a lot of dresses or colors haha, but I wanted to find something flowy and a bit colorful to wear to a wedding. This was just the perfect fit and I love the forest green! Just my kind of color 🌳 #thriftfinds
Happy Monday! On Saturday I told y’all that we live and work near Gisenyi and, if you don’t know, Gisenyi is in western Rwanda and sits on the border with The Democratic Republic of Congo. Our Peace Pillows are sewn from Kuba Cloth, a textile unique in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Kubas are handwoven using the strands from raffia palm leaves that have been dyed in a variety of earth tones using vegetable dyes. I’m OBSESSED with these. They come in cream and blush (shown) and we only have a couple of these beauties left, head to the shop to snag yours! 📸: @alisonholcomb