FREE SHIPPING Through 12/14

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I work with amazing people on patterning, design consultation, and production. But most of it’s just me… I attach hangtags to the clothes, carefully fold and pack everything (sometimes with the help of my intern, Sophia) and personally take every… Continue Reading

International Shipping is HERE!

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After months of testing shipping services and countries, Seamly.co will finally be shipping internationally to: AUSTRALIA | CANADA | BELGIUM | FINLAND | FRANCE | GERMANY | IRELAND | NEW ZEALAND | NORWAY | and… (We also have shipping available… Continue Reading

What’s happening with the Versalette?

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The Versalette is this thing in my life that always seems to be there. So it’s strange to think that, someday, it won’t be. Right now, there’s no firm plan to continue production of Versalettes, even though we chose new… Continue Reading

Mistakes + Promises

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On the afternoon of our second vote, I started specs on the new designs. It was obvious that the winning pieces would be the leggings, perfect tee, a “winterized” Jenny dress, the Versalette, and a convertible wrap cardigan. Going against… Continue Reading

I am Seamly.co

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For over two years, alongside my {r}evolution apparel co-founder Shannon, I blogged twice a week about the intimate details of startup life. Our first partnership fight? Check. What I wore for 50 days in a row? Check. Mini-documentaries about day-to-day life? Check… (Yes, that’s for… Continue Reading

Looptworks: Exploring Leather Waste

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Last year, I discovered Looptworks through the eco-fashion grapevine, and immediately fell in love. Looptworks, like Seamly.co, is closing the “loop” when it comes to excess fabrics and re-use. They locate excess materials and create new goods in nearby factories (Indonesia, Malaysia,… Continue Reading

Big Changes and a Little Birthday

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Seamly.co is almost four months old! We’ve launched eight designs, produced hundreds of pieces, and hosted two community votes. But goodness, sometimes progress seems so slow. Especially these past few weeks, as I’ve been working more off-line, figuring out how… Continue Reading

Perfect Doesn’t Exist

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I have qualms with every single fabric out there. None are perfect. I’ve struggled with this so much over the last three years, spending an unusual amount of time thinking about fibers and raw materials and how fabrics affect the… Continue Reading