As a small business ourselves, we know first-hand the joys (and agonies) of running your own small business-- struggling to find customers, wishing that you could throw money at a problem to make it go away, the thrill of seeing a new sale registered.
So we wanted to take a moment to call attention to some of the other small businesses on our site. While they may not be the biggest contributors to our overall inventory, they're some of our favorites.
Check them out below!
Known for their unique approach of "crowdsourcing" their designs, Betabrand is all about turning ideas into clothing, rapidly.
But they're also equally well known for their social media presence, and irreverant attitude-- yoga pants that you can wear as dress pants? Yeah, they made them.
Based out of Oakland, CA, Field Day's goal is to make you feel good about what you wear.
Featuring reclaimed and locally-sourced materials, and with all work performed in Oakland, they hold a belief that's very dear to us- that no dress is complete without pockets.
Self employed comic artist, illustrator, and musician-- and much, much more.
When Maya turned her attention to clothing, she did not mess around, advertising skirts with pockets "large enough to hold a Nintento Switch, and maybe a small cat."
Those are the sort of pockets we appreciate, although our small cat may not. *
*(No small cats were harmed in the coding of this web site. Although one did just fall off the desk most adorably.)
Pinup Girl Clothing doesn't view what they do as just clothing, but rather as a way of life and a world view.
The Los Angeles-based, female-owned company makes it a mission to apply the ideas of body positivity and inclusion with everything they do.
With the motto "Fitness is for Every Body", Superfit Hero designs all their products to provide ultimate confidence, no matter your sport or size.
Another Los Angeles based company, their clothing is ethically manufactured locally, and aims to be the most inclusive premium activeware brand on the planet.
Founded by two former ThinkGeek employees, Svaha will always be near and dear to us as the second company on our site.
Originally founded when the pair of moms were frustrated with the lack of clothing options for kids who liked things that weren't "gender traditional", their unique STEAM desgins proved so popular that they expanded the line to include women's clothing.