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Sustain Shop | NEW Arrivals!

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With the help from customers sending in their old HDH pieces the past few months, we have added several new pieces to Sustain Shop, available for purchase today! Spice up your wardrobe for spring with previously-owned HDH pieces and or Sample pieces that are exclusive to the Sustain Shop, truly one-of-a-kind, and marked at a lower price point. If you’re looking for more color this season, you’re in luck! Expect to see shades of yellow, purple, and peach in this Sustain Shop refresh!

With the help from customers sending in their old HDH pieces the past few months, we have added several new pieces to Sustain Shop, available for purchase today! Spice up your wardrobe for spring with previously-owned HDH pieces and or Sample pieces that are exclusive to the Sustain Shop, truly one-of-a-kind, and marked at a lower price point. If you’re looking for more color this season, you’re in luck! Expect to see shades of yellow, purple, and peach in this Sustain Shop refresh!

Pictured Above:
Sample 268, M
Bow Top in Tapenade Linen, XS/S
Basics Swing Tank in Lavender, M
Basics Jacket in White, XS/S
Button-Up Bow Top in White, XS/S
Limited Edition Lucretia Top in Peach, XS/S
Button-Up Bow Top in Navy, M
Button-Up Bow Top in Italian Straw, M/L
Limited Edition Korbel Dress in Peach, S
Raw Finish Cocoon Dress in Cream, XS/S
Balloon Sleeve Wrap Top in Cream, XS/S

10 x 10 Challenge | Lisa’s Outfits for the Week

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We’ve partnered with Lee Vosburgh of the Style Bee in the past, and I’ve always been inspired by her 10 x 10 Challenge that encourages individuals to take a break from purchasing new clothing and find alternative and thoughtful ways to wear the pieces you already own. I decided to follow suit and plan 10 days of outfits with just 10 articles of clothing from my own closet.

10 pieces of clothing didn’t originally seem like enough, especially when hanging up, but in the end, really encouraged me to find creative ways to wear those pieces that I wouldn’t have thought of otherwise! I was surprised at how different each look was with the help of small accessories and simply buttoning up a top versus leaving it open. This is something that I keep in mind when designing for HDH–pieces that can by transformed simply by adding a sash to the waist, reversing the neckline, or tying a split hem into a knot for example.

I had planned each outfit for the 10 days ahead of time, so it was extremely easy to wake up in the morning knowing exactly what I was going to wear that day which meant less scrambling and more time in the morning to make coffee, mentally prepare for the day, and get to the studio, which was a treat! See below for all 10 days!

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10 x 10 Challenge

Basics, Core Collection, Miscellaneous

 

10 x 10 Challenge

 

We were inspired by Lee Vosburgh of the Style Bee’s 10 x 10 Challenge, that encourages individuals to take a break from shopping and find creative ways to style clothing they already have in their closet–essentially creating a mini capsule closet of just 10 items! See what 10 essential pieces Lisa picked for her capsule.

Follow along this week on our Instagram stories to see how Lisa creates a week’s worth of outfits with just these 10 pieces!

For even more 10 x 10 Challenge inspiration, visit Yellow & Co.’s “Neutral Essentials For Your Spring Wardrobe.”

1. Thrifted Sweater
2. HDH Overlap Jumper in Black & Tan Floral
3. HDH Lapel Jacket Dress in Copper
4. HDH Basics: Fitted Tee in Ivory
5. INNE Maria Mule
6. Thrifted oversized button-up from a local vintage shop, Tandem Vintage
7. Lisa’s mom’s jeans from back in the day!
8. HDH Basics: Smock Jacket in Cream
9. HDH French Seam Easy Wide-Leg Pant in Copper
10. Paisley Button-Down that Lisa made. Like the fabric? Check out our Limited Edition Hal Tunic!