New arrivals from Portland apparel designer North of West (formerly Make it Good) are now available at our brick and mortar!

We love North of West for their eye-catching patterns and relaxed silhouettes. Plus, don't miss new fall scarves from San Francisco-made Curator

New arrivals Fall 2017 North of West
North of West Phases Dress Black
North of West Phases Dress Black
North of West Phases Dress Black
North of West Phases Dress Black

North of West (formerly Make it Good) - Shift Dress in Phases Black $128 
Styled with betsy & iya Juntos Bangles, Scania Cuff, & Night Watch Ring
Model: Barrie C.

More in-stock now from North of West:

North of West Cropped Blouse in Black PhasesNorth of West Cropped Blouse in Arches Blue Sage
North of West - Cropped Blouse in Phases Black $68
North of West - Cropped Blouse in Arches Blue Sage $68

About North of West (formerly Make it Good):  

This Portland-based apparel designer makes good basics for women. For real, though, their fantastic craftsmanship combined with high-quality materials makes for winning products. They are passionate about making products that last and are made in-house from materials in the USA. Lasting, stylish pieces are essential for a quality wardrobe, and North of West provides clothes to fit that need. 

A scarf with major Fall vibes

Curator Frida Scarf

Curator Frida Scarf in Mud

Frida Scarf in Indigo Curator - Frida Scarf $48
Available in Mud (shown above), Indigo (shown above), Oxblood, and Black.

About Curator:  Based in San Francisco, Curator is a labor of love taken on by two best friends. The work they do demands tough clothes that can stand up to anything, and so that is what they produce. Clothes that will last as long as you do, and then some. With a focus on minimizing waste and using organic fabrics wherever possible, the company strives to create clothes for every wardrobe and every season.

Photo credit: Curator

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