We need to teach our kids to do better: to be silent until the mood passes. To think about how their words might affect the feelings of someone else, present or not (because it’s just as unkind to talk about people who aren’t present as it is to talk about people who are).
We need to spread kindness, not vitriol or meanness. Kurt Vonnegut, in the novel God Bless You Mr. Rosewater, says, “Hello babies. Welcome to Earth … there’s one thing I know of. Dammit, babies, you’ve got to be kind.”
You’ve got to be kind, babies. Or you’ve got to be quiet.
Fashionable Garments, Ethically Produced
All of our clothes are designed in Seattle, ethically cut and sewn abroad in Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production-certified facilities so you know they're sweatshop-free and guaranteed free of child labor, and screen printed with tons of love in the USA.
Sizing and Fit
Our dresses run slightly large and the fit is relaxed. The material is lightweight, ideal for Spring and Summer or layerable in Fall/winter. Your dress will shrink a bit the first time it is washed.
93% cotton, 7% polyester