Eye Spy with Gunner and Lux

Eye Spy with Gunner and Lux

My father helped me start my first business when I was about 8-9 years old. Through my little stand, he used this opportunity to break down business concepts such return of investment, supply and demand, acquiring vendors, etc. It is something that I carry with me to this day and someday hope to pass to N as she grows a little older. This is why Gunner and Lux’s story touches me deeply. 

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Say Hello to Beet World!

Say Hello to Beet World!

We are immensely excited to partner up with our friends from Beet World - a Seattle-based kids clothing brand that is committed to delivering ethically and sustainably made, 100% cotton pieces for girls ages 2-12. The collection features a beautiful range of neutral colors, distinct style details (such us ruffles, gathers and buttoning) making it easy to integrate and style with your existing wardrobe.

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Back to School Look 1: Mad for Plaid

Back to School Look 1: Mad for Plaid

We can’t believe that we’re at the two week mark before we have to get back to school! While we’re sad to say good bye to Summer time, we are looking forward to new adventures and friends as we enter 1st grade.

We love a good transition piece and we’re loving this cape blazer that gives your enough coverage to keep you warm during the chilly mornings but light enough to wear throughout the day.  Up the prep factor by pairing it with grey plaid pants.

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SEATTLE BON ODORI: A SUMMER TRADITION

SEATTLE BON ODORI: A SUMMER TRADITION

If you are local to Seattle or just happened to be in town this time of the year, we highly recommend checking out the Seattle Bon Odori Festival. For those that may be unfamiliar, Bon Odori - Also known as Obon, is an official Seafair event held at the Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple. It is a traditional japanese summer festival that celebrates our ancestors who have passed on, remember and appreciate all they have done for us, and honor their ongoing presence in the lives we enjoy today.

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