Style USA: Indigenous
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.
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.