Friday, July 31, 2009

Fashion Friday: She-bible organic clothing

We're launching a new feature today--Fashion Fridays. The goal is the feature local Bay Area designers doing sustainable clothing, shoes, and jewelry. If you are designer who would like to be featured or have a favorite local talent you want to recommend, just email us: sfgreenlabs (at) gmail (dot) com.

I was going to write a post, but the she-ladies at She-bible said it pretty well themselves:
Deirdre O’Boyle and Stacy Rodgers are two gals who work hard and play hard so they design clothes for both. Best friends since their junior year of high school, She-bible emerged from years of laughing, loving, doodling and designing, not to mention a few fantastic mistakes and many lessons learned. It started in the kitchen with a hand-made screen printing press and has grown into a cut and sew label offering reliably sexy and comfy pieces perfect for kicking up dirt and kicking up your heels. All goods are sewn and printed in San Francisco, our beloved home.
The clothing is super cute and easy, with details that elevate the style well above your ordinary t-shirt. Much of the line is made of organic cotton, including all the items featured here. Available online from She-Bible and locally at several cool boutiques. They are also opening their own storefront soon. We'll keep you posted.

Sale alert: Prices are reasonable, but as of post time, the She-bible website is running a great sale on previous-season styles and colors.

Images from She-Bible.

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