Digital Linen Bandana
100% linen, the Digital Linen Bandana from Outlier is like an old school handkerchief. Absorbs moisture quickly and only gets better with age. The artwork from Dan Funderburgh is digitally printed to create this easy accessory. It’s a no-brainer to have around.
Santa Fe Pillow
in Austin, Texas these pretty patterns by Leah Duncan would bring a bit of whimsy to any room. The pillow cover is removable (perfect if you have kids or happen to be a bit clumsy) and made of a cotton/linen blend. Leah Duncan is an artist and designer whose work includes lovely prints, tea towels, calendars, notebooks and scarves. Take a look at her shop here.
Photo: Leah Duncan
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Muku Linen Cropped Pants
I’m head over heels for the Muku kids line, so I was thrilled to see Linen Cropped Pants for the ladies. The pants are actually unisex, but fabulous looking regardless. They seem very comfortable, and what makes them even more appealing is the elastic waist band (hoping to avoid winter weight, but hey you never know). Pair them with tights, boots and cozy sweater for an afternoon of frolicking in this wonderful crisp weather. I’m hoping to see more from Muku’s Fall/Winter line made in my size.
Mabo Smocked Dress $45 & Drawstring Pants $45
great pieces from Mabo, a kids’ clothing line that designs and produces all pieces somewhere in the USA. Items are made from quality, natural fabrics – linens and cottons in the summer months and soft wools for the cooler temperatures. Regardless of the season, pieces have a classic feel that also manages to be contemporary and completely adorable. Definitely a site to bookmark.
Mabo Gingham Kerchief $15
Mabo Linen Shift Dress $65
pi'lo Tooth Pillow $15
loosing a tooth was the highlight of your month? Heck, maybe year – depending on how quickly they were falling out. What an exciting thought, a little fairly was going to fly into your room in the middle of the night and replace that silly tooth with money! Well, these little tooth pillows makes a pretty momentous experience even more special.. they are just so sweet. It’s by a Canadian designer, Heather Shaw, whose brand is pi’lo. All pieces are handsewn in her studio with the hope that each item will be passed down to future generations. Given the fact that they are sewn from durable fabrics like hemp, linen and made with love, they certainly are sure to become heirlooms.