We’d say our love for supporting sustainable fashion methods is greater than our love for black coffee and succulents (and that’s saying a lot).
In fact, we’ve found that the world, including black coffee and succulents, is a whole lot sweeter when we take the time to slow down and invest in the things that bring us joy.
Believe it or not, slowing down is a direct side effect of shopping sustainably and for that reason and more, we’ve said goodbye to fast fashion and hello to all things vintage and sustainable.
Another side effect of supporting sustainable methods is the connections you create. When you’ve made the choice to move with intention in both small and big ways, you find yourself attracting people who share the same values as you. You find open conversations about uneasy topics, a multitude of interests, decades of stories, delightful diversity and common issues that people are yearning to find an answer for. Issues such as low quality in clothing, limited style options for all body types, and an industry that is seriously harming our planet.
Sustainable living doesn’t only connect you with the Earth; it connects you with other beings of the Earth.
Jean Franklin was born from the belief that women shouldn’t have to conform to a certain style, size or shape; that fashion shouldn’t be fast, but made to last; and that who we are and what we do makes a difference.
So, let’s do, shall we? We’ll bring the coffee...