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I live on an organic farm in Oregon. When I had my daughter, I started researching toxins in clothing and discovered that cotton is one of the most heavily sprayed crops. Determined to protect my daughter from pesticides, I set out to dress us both in organics, at least primarily. Unfortunately, virtue isn't everything. I was frustrated to discover that it was tricky to find clothing that was organic, affordable, and cute.

I started experimenting with making clothing for my daughter and myself. My first designs were in organic bamboo, a breathable fabric that is exquisitely soft against the skin. Since then I've branched out to create vintage-inspired lace pieces. My lace pieces are lined with organic cotton, and everything is hand made and 100% sweat shop free. I believe that stylish and sustainable shouldn't be mutually exclusive. My goal is to create sustainable garments and…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 1
  • Joined January 6, 2010

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Anything organic or vintage I have deep fondness for stretch lace

About

I live on an organic farm in Oregon. When I had my daughter, I started researching toxins in clothing and discovered that cotton is one of the most heavily sprayed crops. Determined to protect my daughter from pesticides, I set out to dress us both in organics, at least primarily. Unfortunately, virtue isn't everything. I was frustrated to discover that it was tricky to find clothing that was organic, affordable, and cute.

I started experimenting with making clothing for my daughter and myself. My first designs were in organic bamboo, a breathable fabric that is exquisitely soft against the skin. Since then I've branched out to create vintage-inspired lace pieces. My lace pieces are lined with organic cotton, and everything is hand made and 100% sweat shop free. I believe that stylish and sustainable shouldn't be mutually exclusive. My goal is to create sustainable garments and accessories that are comfortable, pretty, and fashion-forward. All proceeds go to a mom raising her daughter on a biodynamic farm in Oregon…

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