This dynamic duo came in last week to get some matching set ups! The perfect mixture of simplicity and sparkly gets me every time 😍😍
piercings and changes performed by @heathermetica at @luckysnoho ❤️❤️❤️
25140 minutes ago
Early 1940s plaid jacket ♥️first dibs if you purchase NOW
bust46” Length 23”
shoulders (has sh pads) 18.5” sleeves 24”
Gabardine lining looking lovely
A few holes on cuffs $44 if u buy now
DM to purchase
LAST DAY TO ENTER The Market Giveaway ... Here are some of the goodies.... Don’t forget to get into the action w/ our GIVEAWAY. Winner is announced Tomorrow at 9AM!!! We’ve got a curated collection of our vendors products from THE Market: retailed at $400 & its up for grabs! 💞
THE RULES: -like the post
-comment a friend who also would love THE Market -repost this picture!
Time is ticking to enter. Again We will be naming a lucky winner Tomorrow (day before opening day). The Winner will pick up those awesome prizes ON OPENING DAY!
Don’t miss out on some great products. Good luck and so excited.
We caption our tags and post about the various brands and designers we get in, especially if they’re #doingthings of substance in the fashion industry. That could be transparency about where product is made or how their garments are made at a small factory in New York where their employees make a fair, livable wage, for example. This is definitely fun to note and worth it but more needs to be done. Fashion Revolution is bringing awareness to the people behind the production of clothing and what their needs are. Buying secondhand is a great alternative to buying new, especially when transparency isn’t very clear. When we do buy new, a lot of thought should be going into that purchase. Stores like @orleansandwinder so carefully select what new designers they will showcase based on the aesthetic but also how the garments are made. Yes, buying more sustainable and slow fashion / actual design is more expensive so it takes time and an open mind to transition to 1 simply needing / wanting less and then 2 making those thoughtful purchases at small locally owned shops who carry curated collections of more sustainable goods. Phew!! Thanks if you’ve made it this far: moral of story, slow down, you probably don’t need it, yes it should spark joy, buy irl when you have to buy, support and shop small, the local economy thanks you ❤️
2332 hours ago
choosing a favorite Block Shop Textile is totally not necessary (and impossible) but this one, the Temple Scarf, is up there for me. it’s classic, and this olive-y brown is kinda my dream color and looks good on almost anyone! and the black border!! ❤️ but ya know, each one is perfect in its own way. gotta collect them all, I guess! 🤔