Here at Synergy Headquarters, we are really excited about the launch of our first plus size collection! This summer, for the first time ever, we will be offering a collection of pieces designed specifically to fit and flatter our plus size customers. Look forward to some great new silhouettes and some old favorites reworked for this great new collection; all made from our signature high quality organic cotton fabric.
At Synergy it is one of our primary goals is to empower women, and that means ALL women. We are proud of the fact that we make real clothing for real women and this is our way of celebrating the diverse range of women who love and buy from us. This plus size collection is a way for us to offer a selection of organic, sustainable, and mindful pieces to a group of women all to often forgotten by the fashion industry. The Synergy Plus line celebrates natural beauty and all body types!
We pride ourselves in being a company that is constantly looking for ways to effect positive change in the world, and it is our humble hope that this collection will bring comfort and confidence to the women who wear it. Stay tuned, the Synergy Organic Plus Size collection drops June 2014! Please email press [at] synergyclothing [dot] com with any press or blogging inquiries.
It’s officially Spring, and while that brings with it some much needed sunshine and blossoms, it also marks a year long pandemic anniversary. It’s wild to acknowledge how long we’ve all been in this; learning, changing, adapting, improvising in every way of being.
Awareness of the earth’s natural rhythms harmonizes us with her cycles, it helps us align our personal cycles with nature’s, which can give us more grounding and ease in an often unstable world. As the renowned author Joseph Campbell said, “The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the universe, to match your nature with Nature.” The equinoxes and solstices of the year give us the perfect opportunity to do just that.
December 21st marks the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere, where many cultures celebrate the first day of winter or “mid winter.” On this day the sun is at its lowest daily maximum elevation in the sky, which means it is the shortest day and longest night of the year.