American Threads

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A few years ago I did a post on how difficult it is to find quality women's clothing. We're bombarded with fast fashion options and throw away trends, yet finding the same options readily available to men is a task. I want the same quality, the same craftsmanship, and I want things made here, in the U.S. Originally I was going to start a feature here on American made clothing for women, but after toying with the idea I decided the concept deserved it's own platform. 

So I started a sister blog, American Threads. It'll follow my finds and reviews, as well as outfits, interviews, and whatever else is relevant to living in clothing that's made to be lived in. 

So if that's something that interests you, take a look and follow along.
{American Threads


- abigail - said...

cool. this is a seriously great idea you have here, Solonah. i love your style and how you appreciate vintage and well made items and promote them on your blogs and stores. keep it up!


Miss Marie said...

This is a great concept for a new blog - less relevant to me as I'm the UK, but I completely agree with the sentiment. I received a pair of Hunter wellies as a gift recently - which I thought were a classic British institution... Turns out they're made in China these days...

Charmaine said...

It makes me so happy to see people people embracing this trend! Wonderful idea, I'm excited to read about your finds.

Anonymous said...

I know what you mean everyone ends up wearing the same thing that doesn't last that's why I love vintage its different

Gaby x


Anonymous said...

I love this idea! I've looked for American-made clothing online many times, and usually just find things like organic cotton basics. I look forward to all of your finds. :)

Cheers from Seattle,