You guys! I’m so excited to share this post with you today! It’s my kick off post for a new series I’ll be doing during the month of April.
I’ll be sharing a new ethical shop for you each Friday so that you can start to get to know some great brands that are making such a positive impact in the world of fashion.
Excited? I am!
I really couldn’t be more thrilled to kick off the series with Brass.
You’ll understand why after reading this snippet from their website:
“We believe that women today are busy, on-the-go. With all there is to do in life, who’s got time to stand in front of the closet, wondering, “What in-all-hell do I wear today?”
We know you’ve got better things to do with your time than question your outfit. That’s why we created a simple collection of beautiful basics. No more wondering what to wear. So, go ahead. Get dressed and get on with your life. That’s Brass.
The simple truth is we admired designer dresses and couldn’t afford them. We found the alternative of cheap fast-fashion cringe-worthy. And we thought, “We can’t be the only two women who feel this way.”
But even more than that, I love that they have a section on their website that details the factories they use and the personal relationships that they have with the people that work in them. Talk about transparency… something every company should be willing to share, but very few actually do.
They have been the loveliest company to work – they helped me figure out which of their dresses would best suit my body type and what size works best for me (check out their body guide). And the quality of the pieces really are designer worthy. I know my pieces will be in my wardrobe for a very long time.
As you can see from the pictures above, I thought I would show you two ways that I styled each of my dresses. They’re both excellent for dressing up or dressing down, and the classic styles make these the kind of dresses that fit perfectly in a long term capsule wardrobe.
Do check them out! I think you’ll really love their vibe. And cheers to ethical clothing companies like Brass that leave us looking chick and effortless!
If you want even more inspiration, check out Andrea’s post on how she styled the white version of my navy blue dress.
Until next time,
P.S. Thanks to Brass for providing me with the two dresses used in this post!