The last day of January has brought us this little number.....
The Air Canada dress by Floating Gold Iceberg is handmade in Victoria. It can be layered under a cardigan while it's still cool and looks great with boots, plus the neckline lets you tuck a scarf right in. Super cute belted or not and the sleeves can also be rolled up into a cuff.
We also received some more of the Sabrina Butterfly stretch linen pants everyone loves. We have full length Bella Victoria pants in charcoal, black and brown, plus capris in black and khaki.
Some new goodies from Black Drop Designs have arrived including gorgeous new copper medallions and 28" long chains if you want a longer length for your Black Drop photo pendant.
Nicole Partridge recently brought in some new studs as well - made right here in the Comox Valley.
There are always great deals to be found in January and remaining fall/winter pieces throughout the store have been marked down by as much as half price. We'll also take an extra 10% off of the lowest marked price on all the items on our sale rack.....so there are definitely some great deals! Yoga and active wear is all 35% off right now too and we have some really cute Tonic tanks that are a long, tunic length - perfect over leggings.
Just before the holidays we got some new cinder + smoke and there are still a few pieces here (and on sale!) like this adorable top......
.......and this tencel twill dress with vintage ivory lace and of course, pockets!
These cinder + smoke bags are made from reclaimed leather and they have the greatest vintage fabric linings.....
We have in some cozy circle scarves and cowls that were made with love right here in the valley by local crocheting addict and artist, Destanne Lundquist.
The necklace above is a new piece from Erika Lauren who dropped by this week to bring us some more of her porcupine quill earrings (they're back!) as well as some other goodies......
So many creative people making gorgeous clothing and jewellery on this island! And so many more in this province and country! How many people can we convince in 2012 to try a local style "diet" which supports local artists, designers and communities?