I'm over the moon about my newest blog sponsor - Blue Fish Clothing - an independently owned women's clothing company that makes artisan designed and printed clothing out of organic cotton and other natural fibers.
About Blue Fish Clothing
Founder Jennifer Barclay began designing clothes for herself as a kid and her designs soon wowed customers at craft shows and music festivals. Her business grew and grew and before she knew it she was the hit of a major fashion trade show in New York! Still, Jennifer made sure that her company kept to its values of being earth-friendly and artisan-made:
- All fibers are organic, natural or recycled cotton, hemp, linen and silk.
- Organic cotton is spun in South Carolina.
- Clothing is sewn and dyed by two small companies in New Jersey.
- Everything is made in the USA from start to finish.
- All garments are printed by an artisan's hand.
The Printing Process
If you are wondering how they do it, here's a video of a printing artisan at work. So amazing!
Instead of saying any more I'm just going to show you a few items from their latest collections.
The Eventide collection:
The Contre Jour collection:
The sculpted pocket top from the Ancestral Patterns collection:
One super lucky Mindful Momma reader will win the sculpted pocket top shown above in the color of their choice (I personally love the juniper color shown)! Please use the Rafflecopter form below and leave a comment on this post letting me know your favorite Blue Fish Clothing designs. The giveaway will go through midnight on Friday, November 23rd.
(Disclosure: I was sent an item of clothing from Blue Fish in exchange for my honest opinion.)