Our Style Philosophy — collaboration collection

Sprinkling Kindness Project - Brooke from @what_brooke_wore

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Sprinkling Kindness Project - Brooke from @what_brooke_wore

THANK YOU!  The support of my idea to stop, collaborate and listen - Vanilla Ice style - has just blown me away.  I needed a creative, positive side project to keep me smiling during this trying year and working alongside some of my fave gal pals to create a few key wardrobe winners has been such a treat.

So far, we have launched the The Kirsten Tee, The Bev Blouse, The Suzie Kaftan - all to an amazing response. I’m now introducing a new year-round essential, The Brooke Stripe Tee.

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Sprinkling Kindness Project - Suzie from @suzie.richetti

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Sprinkling Kindness Project - Suzie from @suzie.richetti

Suzie has worn some Philosophy linen pieces over the last few years, and had an idea to turn one of our historical tunics into a dress.  I was more than willing to run with that idea! The kaftan dress we have created lives up to its Stunning Suzie name, and will be a timeless resort piece.

With a $20 donation to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation for each dress purchased, this piece will ensure you feel as good about your purchase as you will look wearing it. Let’s sprinkle that style kindness!

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Our first Sprinkling Kindness Project collaboration piece!

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Our first Sprinkling Kindness Project collaboration piece!
Read all about the first piece in our Sprinkling Kindness Project collaboration collection - the Kirsten tee by Bettyquette. 

 

The COVID pandemic gave me the chance to stop, catch my breath and really evaluate my goals for Philosophy. I set my personal key word for 2020 as Kindness, and it’s something I’m trying to sprinkle everywhere I can, and I set my business key word as Enrichment.  I created our Sprinkling Kindness Project, which combines both beautifully. 

I’ve been chatting with a few stylish muses over Facetime, who have agreed to be interviewed about their opinions on style. I’ve found that listening and really paying attention has been inspiring, and it has given me a renewed sense of optimism.   

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