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LOVELY, HANDMADE LINEN DRESS

Pyne and Smith Linen DressIt’s been a while since I’ve posted an outfit, or posted anything for that matter, and I figured this dress was a good reason to hop back into blogging. We’ve taken a little break, as I mentioned in my last post, to get settled into our new house and rethink some of my goals for the blog. I thought I was done blogging, to be honest, but I missed it, so I’m back for the time being.

Onto the dress. It’s linen, a little oversized and lovely. It’s also handmade by a woman in California, which makes me love it even more. I’m trying my best to shop responsibly when it comes to both food and clothing (and everything in between), but that can get difficult and expensive. I scored big with this purchase and have a feeling I’ll be wearing it often as the heat bears down on the city.

Bonus: The loose fit and breezy linen make this dress a great “non maternity” option for all you expecting or postpartum moms out there. Maternity wear is hard, so give Pyne and Smith Clothiers a look. (Ahem, no, I am not pregnant. Don’t go trying to read between any lines.)

I’d love to discover more small shops/local designers/dressmakers so please share your favorites in the comments!

{on me: Pyne and Smith Clothiers linen dress; Madewell denim vest (similar) + bag; Ray-Ban sunglasses; Joie sandals
// on Isla: Saltwater sandals; old romper}


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