Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Stewart + Brown
I will be honest here - I have no idea what to talk to you about tonight.
I can tell you about my crazy long day at work where I was done with my work at about 5:00 but had to stay there until 9.
Or I can tell you about the beautiful weather that we had today – GORGEOUS! (And I only know that from my walk at about 7:00 to pick up my dinner.)
I tried to take a picture from my floor tonight to show you my nighttime
views, but it didn’t work so well.
But here’s a daytime picture! Not quite as pretty but hopefully it will do!
Oh here! I can tell you about this:
Today at work a few people were trying to figure out where to go for dinner since a few of them were from out of town. One of the risqué restaurants in the ‘Burgh came up in the conversation, and one of the girls looks at me, who happened to be wearing a little shorter than normal tweed skirt (very cute, if I must say so myself), and she says, “Hey Kelly – can I borrow your skirt!”
VERY lucky that she is my friend!
I said, “Oh thanks! Real nice!”
She said, “NO! I just meant because it looks sort of Scottish-kilt like!”
Oh what a day! LOL J
Well, speaking of clothes, tonight I have Stewart + Brown for you. www.stewartbrown.com
“Karen Stewart and Howard Brown, partners in life and work, launched their ethical fashion brand in 2002 from Los Angeles, California. Inspired by their love and respect for nature and a passion for design, Karen and Howard were filled with a sense of purpose and determined to pioneer the sustainable fashion movement.”
I found this company online the other day when I was researching goodies to tell you about and I am impressed!
Their clothes are really cute and stylish, and they are another “good” company.
Obviously or I wouldn’t be telling you about them!
Here a few items that are on my wish list:
Take a look and see what you might need to buy!
“Stewart+Brown practices and promotes a symbiotic and harmonious relationship between business, community, and nature.”
All of their clothing is made from organic cotton, Mongolian cashmere is used in an “effort to avoid environmentally damaging desertification due to overgrazing, and they use only green fabrics that have a “minimal eco-footprint”.
Another great thing about them is that they are a company that really gives back – not only with their products, but “Stewart+Brown donates a percentage of all sales to non-profit, non-governmental environmental and social welfare organizations.”
That’s pretty cool if you ask me. J
Hopefully you find something that you like! Happy shopping!