Recently I was inspired by an organic cotton top I saw on ModCloth to create this set on Polyvore.
Whether you’re picnicking in the park, biking down the street, or strolling at the mall, this set lets you express the softer side of this summer’s mood. A pretty, floral top in organic cotton by Right By Nature from ModCloth pairs perfectly with ISDA & Co‘s Micro 26″ pant designed in San Francisco. Frilly and fun sustainable design exists!
After a recent visit to a local vintage store, I designed and made this piece. It’s reconstructed from a black mock turtleneck sweater, a blue scarf, and a net drape.
Bouclé San Francisco Reconstructed Net Top
These are some very rough studies I did before I started cutting.
Bouclé San Francisco Study 1
Bouclé San Francisco Study 2
A big thanks to Juliette Melton for being a stellar model!
Aventura Clothing Remi Organic Cotton Shirt
Just in time for spring, this organic cotton shirt by Aventura Clothing reads timeless. Light and airy, the material on this piece creates a playful effect thanks to rows of tiny eyelets. Worn by itself or with a bright tank underneath, you’ll be ready for that first picnic in the park.
City chic, yoga cool, or preppy clean. No matter your look, there’s an eco-friendly tunic just for you. Made of organic cotton, Edun‘s racy version features a slim fit, contrasting trim and cutouts on the sleeve. Pretty Birdie‘s relaxed cut comes in hemp and organic cotton jersey, with an open back, wide cowl neck, sleeve tabs, side pocket, and skinny belt. And last but not least, ISDA & CO‘s minimal design, offered in organic cotton, is a study in geometry thanks to a square neckline formed from a rectangular bandeau. Clearly, the choice is yours.
Easy and casual. That’s the effect of the this hand-printed Lina Rennell top available at Beklina. Made in Northern California of organic cotton jersey, this shirt may become your favorite for Spring, offering a pattern that evokes a far-away place.
Atheleta Organic Cotton Tie Tank
This tank top from Athleta will take you from strolling in Golden Gate Park to climbing up Potrero Hill — in style. It’s made of organic cotton and spandex in a pretty shade of cream that would flatter most skin tones. Ties at the shoulders and embroidery stitched in a contrasting color create an interesting combination with a slightly wanton, ethnic feel.
Vintage Catherine Ogust Dress from eBay
Bold geometric shapes make this dress a great option for St. Patrick’s Day. Its boxy shape mirrors the lines created by blocks of grass green, citron and white, offering a delicate balance. The perfect complement? Stovepipe pants in white.