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little collection of goods at Alder & Co. The thing I am most excited about are the wool felt baskets made in Nepal, but really there are so many great things it makes it hard to choose. Alder & Co. is a shop based in Portland, Oregon and they carry a really lovely assortment of kitchen accessories, clothing, stationary and things you will want to stock your home with. Worth checking out.
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M-65 Field Coat
it’s back to jacket wearing weather here in NYC, and I’m actually enjoying it. The M-65 Field Coat could certainly get some use in the fall too, layered over this. It comes in a nice range of colors and I’m always on board with clothes that guys and girls can share. Find it here.
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that you end up dressing your kid similar to whatever your own style may be (until they develop their own, of course!). I personally like to dress comfortable and easy, which is exactly what the clothes from Vintage Kit are all about. Keeping in mind that kids need to be kids, they have pieces like cardigans, knickers, overalls, tops and swimsuits. Sure to make children and parents happy too.
Photos: Vintage Kit
a Brooklyn company that specializes in smaller, local designers, many of the brands sold at Darling Clementine are near and dear to our hearts here at threetwentyeight. The company’s founder started the boutique after finding special items for her daughter that were too sweet to keep to themselves. In addition to carrying lots of local talent, the shop sells special finds from around the world. Regardless of if sourced from near or far, all items are selected not only for the product itself but for the brand’s view toward the environment, community and humanity. The very (and carefully) curated assortment consists of an ever evolving collection of playthings, books, skincare, home care, décor, and clothing for little ones. Yep, darling pretty much sums it up.
Photos: Darling Clementine
coveting every piece from complexgeometries for Spring. I’m drawn to how forgiving the styles seem to be, and the tight assortment of color options is very refreshing. A few lustworthy pieces are the junction dress, slab tank and walker pant, but with so many fabulous options it’s hard to narrow it down. Thanks to Osei-Duro for introducing me to this brand.
A very sweet..
Little Bean Shop
kids’ shop in East Dallas that specializes in clothing, accessories, gifts, and art from independent designers. From faux fur vests and cozy cardigans to toys and make your own super hero kits, Little Bean Shop’s got you covered. The ideal destination when looking for something special, stylish and unique.
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A whole new..
Honey in the Rough Online Shop
shopping experience at the Honey in the Rough online shop. The revamped website is as inviting as the store itself, and a very close second to the in-house shopping experience. What can I say, Honey in the Rough is one of my favorite shops in NYC, and it’s no secret that Ashley Hanosh curates the most amazing assortment. Just a little over 3 years ago I bought my wedding dress here! With a covetable mix of clothing, jewelry and apothecary goods, it’s hard not to want it all in your closet. Take a look at the new design of Honey in the Rough.
Photo: Honey in the Rough
that time of year again. That’s right, sweater season is upon us. No surprise, but Albam Clothing came through (once again) with a must-have for guys. The JFK Sweater is offered in Grey, Black, Burgundy, and Navy. Crafted in Scotland, this chunky shawl collar sweater features herringbone grosgrain detail and contrast racking. It’s got buttons on the collar, so it can be worn buttoned up or doubled over. Pretty much an instant classic.
Photo: Albam Clothing
A kids’ store..
worth knowing about. Shak-Shuka is an eco-friendly boutique out of Holland that delivers super stylish pieces with the earth in mind. Shak-Shuka comes from the Hebrew word ‘leshakshek’, which translates to ‘mix’ or ‘shake-up’, and that’s what the company’s all about. They set out to dispel the notion that green and stylish don’t go together and with super cool brands like Keep, Mini Rodini, Bobo Choses, and Popupshop they’ve made their point. So check out the site, it’s kind of just the socially responsible thing to do.