It was windy that day

It was windy that day

Zady turns two today! To celebrate, they are offering their internal Zady discount of 20% to friends and family during Thursday only, and they said I could share it with you! It's: zadyfamily Never one to bask in the glow of its accomplishments, Zady has already moved onto the next perfectly ethical wardrobe staple: .03 The Linen Jersey Shirt.  It’s the third piece from their essentials collection.  The flax is harvested in Normandy, France, dyed and spun into yarn in Bergamo, Italy, knit in Barcelos, Portugal, and cut and sewn in North Carolina by Opportunity Threads, a facility that has developed a successful worker-ownership structure with highly-skilled sewers. Zady white linen shirt
With rag & bone jeans, an old American Apparel hat, Indian earrings I bought at an Indian shop in Murray Hill, Birkenstocks, and a Reformation reusable shopping bag.

With rag & bone jeans, an old American Apparel hat, Indian earrings I bought at an Indian shop in Murray Hill, Birkenstocks, and a Reformation reusable shopping bag.

  They sent me a shirt to try* and I took it for a spin on a day out in Williamsburg. Here's the thing: I don't like loose fits. They look amazing on models, not so great on me. And yet, I loved the drape of the breathable linen, the menswear-inspired pocket, the tacked sleeves, and the neckline just low enough to show my collarbone. It's casual yet elegant. I approve. These things tend to sell out pretty quickly, as I've learned the hard way. So go get it now if you want one! *For free