Style USA: Indigenous

Walking with Cake: Indigenous Wave skirt casual look

(A casual look with Indigenous’ Wave Skirt.)

This week’s Style USA profile features the Wave Skirt from Indigenous, an American company that carries organic and fairly traded clothing.  I was on the hunt for a casual, navy blue skirt and I ran across their site.  The Wave Skirt is made fairly in Peru, a large supplier of organic cotton, and its frilly detail is lovely and simple. Here, I paired it with a basic tee from Everlane and my casual sandals.  For a bit of sparkle, I added the Pyrite Chunk Necklace from Frivolity (now sold out).  This is the type of outfit I wear during the week to run errands and chauffeur the boys around, and I feel comfortable and pulled together at the same time.

And for a slightly dressier look, I paired the same skirt with a Mata Traders’ top (similar) and a leather belt.  This is still a casual look, but it’s perfect for a summer dinner out with my family.

Walking with Cake: Indigenous Skirt Dressy

(A dressier look with the Indigenous Wave Skirt.)

I also added a tiny bit of sparkle to my wrist with my new bracelet by Noonday Collection.

I’m really pleased with my skirt from Indigenous and they carry a lot of great staples, like tanks and cardigans. I also included three other American brands in this post, and I hope you’ll find these ethical shopping suggestions helpful.  If you have ideas for future Style USA posts that you’d like to read, please leave a note in the comments. I’m always on the hunt for more brands to research.

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