Around Town LA: Shop Faircloth & Supply’s Silver Lake Pop-Up
Faircloth & Supply is a simple but unique line of organic linen composed of cute cropped shirts, sweet smocks, and dainty drop-waisted dresses. Think minimalist meets ultra-femme, present-day country girl. The apparel is made in Los Angeles, made from 100% linen, and a portion of the proceeds go toward a great cause. My favorite pieces are the Collard Egg dress and Nepali Overalls.
For every Faircloth & Supply sold, uniforms are donated (through Santa Monica, CA based non-profit, GO Campaign) to young girls in Nepal. Each purchase will give one Nepali girl school supplies, a school uniform, and a scholarship to attend school for one year to help empower her through the opportunity of education.
Education is often out of reach for Nepali children whose families cannot afford requisite school attire. If girls cannot get an education, they’re considered worthless and their parents often sell them to sex traffickers. Through Faircloth & Supply, they are given uniforms so they can go to school and choose a trade such as farming, sewing, and at the end of the course – they are given a microloan so they can start their business. Find out more about the What I love the most about this brand is that you can shop online here, shop at the latest LA pop-up shop in Silver Lake, AND you can even donate school uniforms or provide a microloan directly to one of these girls here.
The Faircloth & Supply collection features linen dresses from $150-300 USD, Tops and smocks from $150-200 USD, Bloomers, Pants and Overalls from $85-225 USD and children’s clothing from $35-50 USD. For a limited time, Angelenos can shop the Faircloth & Supply pop up shop in Silver Lake for discounted prices on summer styles starting Sept 11 through October 6th. Find out more here. This beautiful, organic and “do good, give back” line was featured in Vogue earlier this year. For more info or to stay connected, check out Faircloth & Supply on Facebook, Twitter, and get inspired by the super cute photos on Faircloth’s Tumblr page.
All photos courtesy of Faircloth & Supply, unless otherwise noted.