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The Softest Tees Made From Trees

As we enter the holiday season, Social Imprints would like to thank everybody out there that’s supported our business and beliefs of social responsibility. Because you choose to go local with your promotional products provider – screen printing, production, and fulfillment continues to be alive and thriving in San Francisco. 162 more words

Celebrating the season: Finally fall (bump) fashion!

It’s November! Finally some resemblance of fall in Houston. Actually, that’s a lie, it’s hot as hell but the calendar says November and with that it’s officially… 311 more words

Sustainable Fashion

Growing belly, shrinking closet (planning ahead and making do)

Because I am always looking for a reason not to shop, I decided that in order to buy as few maternity outfits as possible, I had to start by going through my closet to see what items I already had that could possibly work for a while, or come along for most of the baby-baking ride. 504 more words

Made In USA

New scarf, leftover fabric: A beautiful (birthday) combination

My husband got me this beautiful scarf for my birthday. A little bird had told him that I really, really wanted it. (Guess who!).

Birthdays are awesome. 282 more words

Made In USA

Red, white and blue (sunny harbor dress!)

We’re mid-way through September, and although temperatures are cooling off, Houston still allows us to wear dresses. And that’s pretty lucky for me, considering I have a brand new one! 258 more words

Made In USA

Everyone Loves A Norwegian Girl.

By Sass Brown, NYC Editor

Founded in 1992, Oleana was created to bring coveted textile industry jobs back to Norway at a time when most European brands had moved production off shore. 271 more words

Fashion

Tuhkana: A step ahead in sustainable fashion

The apparel and textile industry is responsible for 10% of carbon emissions produced each year, making it second only to the petroleum industry. This is an ugly and grim fact that people do not typical consider when shopping for new adorable trends. 140 more words