Shipping is expensive. And this past year the cost of shipping around the world has skyrocketed for LOTS of reasons; including a global pandemic. “Free” shipping isn’t really FREE - it is actually really expensive for a small company to get goods to you. We offer flat-rate shipping on our U.S. orders, which we think is one heck of a deal. So we’re breaking it down for you.
Did you know that every print is hand drawn by me, Mallory! It’s the best part of my job, seeing my imagination come to life. Everything I draw is found in the natural world, with a little bit of imagination, and clearly I’m hugely into colors and textures. My prints are typically very heavily layered, and my design motto is ‘more is better’! I use a combination of photography, digital sketching, a host of Adobe programs and a lot of revisiting to create what you’re wearing.
“How do plastic bottles become clothes?”
We get asked this alot. And it’s a cool answer! Contrary to popular belief, plastic IS breathable, and you’re already wearing it. Spandex, polyester, and lycra sound familiar? Yep, those are plastics.
The relationship between clothing and women is complicated AF. Plain and simple. Our relationship with clothing investigates what it means to be a woman, what it means to be feminine, and what it means to be a confident human. It investigates how we interpret our self worth, the value of self, and how WE, as women, value ourselves.
In 1960, the average American bought less than 25 pieces of clothing each year, totaling about $4,000 and 95% of those clothes were made in the United States. Today, the average American buys nearly 70 pieces of clothing a year, but spends less than $1,800 on them.