Support Small While We Still Can
I thought I would formally share the latest sustainable brand I am obsessing over, First Rite. I haven’t done one of these posts in way too long. With the pandemic, it has been tough to write about things like clothes because it has felt so insignificant when there is a crisis we are all facing. But First Rite Clothing is one you are going to want to know about. If any of you still have the financial capability to support smaller sustainable labels this is one to check out. If not then make sure to bookmark this blog as a reminder.
Right now they small sustainable businesses are the ones that are struggling the most. Which makes supporting what we love more important than ever. We may face a tremendous set back in the months to come. With unemployment numbers rising. And more and more businesses closing. We all need to come together and support each other’s work wherever we can.
For The Capsule Wardrobe Fans and Wannabes
First Rite Clothing was founded in California by the designer Nikki Garcia in 2015. The collection is comprised of simple shapes that create
These pieces are designed to be worn in every season too which is another bonus if you are trying to love your clothes more and make them last. The designs don’t lack in quality either. The textiles are high quality and naturally derived and all sewn in California. And their sweater collection is made by a woman factory in Peru.
Fill The Void in Your Spring Wardrobe with First Rite
I guarantee you will find something worthwhile at First Rite Clothing. It is a great place for finding that one essential piece you have been looking for. I have personally been obsessed with this set that I bought from them and I have been wearing it all spring. Mixing the pants and top in many different ways with the clothes I already own.
If you can afford to check them out, make sure you check out their sale section because they have tons of cute things on major discount now. Also, there is a bigger selection of sold-out items on Garmentory that you won’t want to miss. I hope you enjoy these sustainable brand shoutouts. And I hope this blog creates a haven of clothes, ideas, and inspiration for you to discover. Hang in there everyone, we will get through this.