It's that time of year again, grab your gear, and get ready to rock, Festival Season is upon us! Are you ready? As you know, festival style is all about achieving an effortless yet unique look. We've got some fashionable pieces that complement all styles!
Are you the Free Spirited Wild Child? She is the one dancing in the front row, staying until the very last song, and making sure everyone around her is having a blast. She always looks unique and interesting but refuses to sacrifice comfort. If you plan on moving and grooving all day you need something fashionable AND comfortable. Our Peacock Bianca Dress is a total eye-catcher and perfect for the Wild Child in everyone. Made from our signature Organic Cotton Lycra fabric, you'll be comfortable enough to dance the night away!
Here we pair the Peacock Bianca Dress with:
1. The Chinook Eco from Proof Eyewear (available at our Pacific Ave + San Francisco locations). Proof Eyewear donates a portion of all sales to fund eye clinics in India.
2. The Moon Childe Earrings from Blankverse Jewelry (available at our Pacific Ave + San Francisco locations). All Blankverse jewelry is handmade in Santa Cruz, California.
3. TOMS Rope Strappy Wedges. TOMS donates one pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair of shoes purchased.
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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.