Bamboo is a rapidly renewable resource, which means you can feel good about wearing the DreamSacks BambooDreams Circle Top. A flattering scoop at the neck line meets shirred fabric below, which falls to a wide band at the waist. A nice look paired with jeans, no doubt.
Monthly Archives: February 2010
What do you get when you cross a hoodie with a cardigan? Garnet Hill’s answer: the Organic Cotton Hooded Wrap Sweater. Talk about elegant loungewear, this piece would look great on your way to Bernal Yoga and back thanks to many style points, including a drawstring hood and a banded waist. Or, kick it at home with this sweater as you flip through your latest issue of Vogue.
I was a little taken aback by American Apparel’s home page featuring photos of a model wearing the Bullseye Print Tank. (Some of those angles were not flattering!) Nonetheless, I remained on the site long enough to discover their Organic Baby Rib Cross-Back Summer Dress. A feminine, flirty item like this would make a nice showing on Baker Beach as a cover up. Or, pair it with a jacket to make it through a breezy picnic in Dolores Park.
San Francisco’s fickle climate may have you reaching for the Juleselin Soley jacket time and again. Whether it’s sunny and windy, or gray and drizzly outside, this piece feels right thanks to its thick fleece made of 100% organic cotton. Its versatility also appears in its design, a cross between a motorcycle jacket and a hoodie without the hood. Try layering the Soley with a simple tank underneath or even a sleeveless vest on top. Tailored to hug the body, the jacket is cut long, falling past the hip on most.
With so much to offer, this piece may become a staple in your wardrobe, a perfect choice on Saturday mornings errands when the goal is to look pulled together and feel comfortable. Or this piece might become your favorite item to lounge around the house in. Designed and made in the San Francisco Bay Area of Canadian fabric.