We love a good jumpsuit, and the fashion trend that’s been riding high the last few years is showing no sign of slowing down. We’ve got a ton of options in body-loving linens and cottons, and they’re good for all occasions. Whether you’re looking for something for the beach, a night on the town, or the office, we think you’ll be able to find one that’s just right. Have a peek at what’s in store. We have some styles in multiple colours (see below) so you have more choices in your favourite shape. If you have questions about fit, sizes, and pricing please email us email@example.com or call 604-709-9034, or better yet – come in person!
Gorgeous linen jumper from Miranda Bennett with vegetable based dyes. So easy to wear – one size fits most!
Same jumpsuit from Miranda Bennett in Indigo dye.
Amazing knit jumper from Kordal. Has a great drape and looks just as good worn over a bathing suit for lazy beach time.
The same knit jumpsuit in Clove.
The Freya Jumpsuit also from Kordal is a personal favourite. You can tie it three ways for three distinct looks. Gorgeous cotton fabric with good structure. Love the olive olive colour for summer.
Clever two-piece jumper by Esby. From the front it looks like it’s two pieces, but it’s connected in the back. A super versatile piece that will take you from the office to dinner.
Playful and sweet from Vancouver’s Far Far. Locally made using hand loomed fabric. This romper can be worn casually, but the fabric has some great structure so you can dress it up too.
A workplace worthy jumper from Harris Wilson.
Designed and made in Vancouver by Vestige. This linen jumper can be worn with the belt or without. A great option for a more refined jumpsuit.
Beautiful and elegant jumpsuit from Black Crane in heavyweight linen with a wide belt to define the waist.
The best selling linen overalls from Black Crane. This year they come with an optional belt – sold separately – that totally changes the look.
The Black Crane overalls shown in Oatmeal, without the belt.
The same overalls shown in Paprika.
A great casual jumper from Sundry for weekends and chasing the kids around.
Here are some of our top picks of things to grace your live, work or play space!
Colourful, classic and hearty Bauer mixing bowls and butter dishes for the discerning baker or cook. Made in Los Angeles since 1910. $42.95 -$84.95
Locally made rope storage trays and baskets from Coastal Craft are functional and aesthetically pleasing. $15 – $35.
Put together a sweet assortment of goodies to warm the home: giant latte mug from Eikcam Ceramics $52; napkins from Keephouse $29 for a pair; single origin teas from Bee Raw $19.95 – $22.95; coaster set from James Steidle $30.
Simple and elegant hanging vase cast from an actual test tube. $48.95
Brilliant storage jars made from recycled wine bottles with cork lids. $21 – $23
Simple subtle wall hanging of wooden feathers with cast bark detail. Handmade in Ontario by JB+DG. $148
Polished brass trays in two sizes $22.95 – $36.95
Gorgeous block print cotton rug (5’x8′) $435
Locally made porcelain jam jars (or planters or honey pots) from Eikcam ceramics. $52
Textured brass picture frames to capture your favourite images. $28.95 – $36.95
Simple geometric hanging terrariums to house air plants or succulents make a beautiful statement in a window. Two sizes available. $62.95 – $76.95
Cosy and thick wool blanket /throw made in the USA by Faribault Woolen Mill. $225
Oven safe terracotta platters with subtle yet clever icons stamped in the sides. Beautiful as serving dishes or fruit/vegetable bowls. Handmade in the Pacific NW by Grain Design. $54 – $110.
Everybody has a special lady in their life – be it their mom, wife, sister, significant other, grandma, BFF, mentor… the list goes on. We’ve hand selected some gifts that will make her feel especially loved this time of year. Guys, listen up – this list is for you – don’t wait until the last minute! As usual, we’re on hand at the shop to help you put together something really special. We want you to feel as good about your purchase as she does receiving it. xo
Pyrrha talisman necklaces will always win favours! Each charm has a different symbolism and meaning. Design and made in Vancouver for over 20 years. Lots to choose from in the shop. Prices range form $154 to $233.
Ultra soft oversized scarf for blustery days. Also available in grey mix. $95.
Linen covered recipe boxes with gold detailing for the organized cook. Recipe cards included. $58.95
Hand thrown mugs and bowls with delicate gold and blue dots make a thoughtful present. Made in Golden, BC by Kalika Bowlby. $46 each.
Soft and supple open long cardigan in a deep moss green. Elegant and versatile. $260
The Radio Purse from Minor History is a great all purpose bag with a modern shape. Adjustable straps, brass hardware and plenty of room for all the essentials. Available in black or Carnelian leather. $235.
New styles of Tense wooden watches have arrived – large and small faces available. Made locally and always a lovely present. Styles range in price from $168 to $265.
Stay cosy and warm on those winter walks. Sweater by Day. $234.99
Perfect for anyone who loves to entertain. Uncomplicated recipes and inspiration for food, cocktails and gatherings. Full colour photos on every page. $45.95
Made by artisans in Santa Fe, New Mexico, these tuxedo knives make a sweet gift. Assorted patterns and colours. $68 – $74.
Handwoven, fair trade towels make a thoughtful gift. They can also be used as shawls and throws. The photo doesn’t do them justice! The texture and subtle slub in these are tell tale signs of a truly handcrafted item. We have other styles in the shop as well. For the lady who appreciates quality, timeless goods. $98.
Help her stay organized with a 12-month agenda. Hardcover and organized monthly with plenty of room for important dates and notes. $45.95
The shop is full of wonderful gifts for the special people in your life. Here’s a list of ideas for $30 or less (okay, one or two are a few dollars more), which would be perfect for secret-santa gifts, co-workers, or maybe just a last minute present if something unexpected comes up. These are just a few suggestions – there is so much more in store! Pop by and chat with our staff – we are always more than happy to help you choose the perfect gift. xo
Sweet bottle openers in a pineapple motif make a practical and festive gift. Available in copper or gold finish. $19.95
A simple and beautiful beeswax bowl to house a tealight. Creates a gorgeous glow when lit (make sure you use the pebbles provided to insulate the bowl from the candle). A lovely way to add warmth to a room. $30.
Adorable wall calendar featuring Amelia Hedgehog in all her glory! $30.
Handy cord keepers to help stay organized; choose from three different types of leather. $15.
Something to tease your brain with: fun games that anyone would enjoy. $12.95
Locally made scented candles are so cute. Choose from igloo or A-frame cabin. $28.95
Unisex, natural aromatherapy sprays for face, body, linens or gyms bags. $28.95
Warm your home with the lovely scent of natural incense in one of these ceramic holders. Choose from cabin or longhouse. $18.95.
Carry-on cocktail kits for the jet setter! $29.95.
For the quirky person on your list. A fun cartoon book musing about pop culture, relationships and the hilarious side of foodie subculture. $24.95
Fun toques with faux fur pom-poms to stay warm and look cute at the same time. $34.
A tea towel and calendar in one! Would make a sweet wall hanging too. Made in Nova Scotia. $27.
Bondi Laces: not your run-of-the-mill shoelaces. Tipped with silver, gold, or rose gold coloured caps these will dress up your favourite oxfords, boots or sneakers. And for each pair sold, Bondi laces contributes to providing education for children in need. $22 – $24.
Fun and colourful hand painted wall charms to add playfulness and positivity to your space. $23.95 – $34.95
Hey, Hey! Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 8th. If you’re stuck for gift ideas, swing by the shop – we’d love to help you out. In the meantime, here are some suggestions!
We got some new cotton hamman towels recently. These make lovely towels, throws, shawls, tablecloths, beach cover-ups, etc. They pair really nicely with locally made Happy Spritz aromatherapy sprays, too!
Locally made leather tote bag from AW by Andrea Wong. A great modern shape.
Looking for something a little sassy? Okay, maybe not for YOUR mom, but maybe your kid’s mom?
The Torte Top from local design house, Vestige, is so pretty. And it’s made in Vancouver!
Jewelry is always appreciated, especially in the form of a Pyrrha talisman necklace. Locally made.
Got a practical mom? Pehr drum bins are new to the shop! Great for storing all manner of stuff and make great laundry baskets, too. Just don’t make your mom do your laundry on Mother’s Day.
Enamel storage containers and mini cookbooks for the mom who loves her kitchen.
Gorgeous linen dress from Ursa Minor. So pretty. Made in Montreal.
For the new mom or mom-to-be: nurturing teas to support her in any stage of pregnancy and beyond. Paired with a lovely handmade teapot or mug from Eikcam Ceramics? You’re so thoughtful…
Pendleton blankets always make a gift that someone will love and appreciate for years. We have lots in stock: full size blankets, throws, saddle blankets, even the perfect outdoor blanket that is waterproof on one side and wooly on the other.
Functional , sturdy and beautiful storage hampers in lost of sizes from Toronto-based Pehr Designs. Lots more patterns in the shop.
We love these cedar cutting boards made by local woodworker James Steidle.
A great little Japanese coffee grinder with ceramic burr mechanism for the coffee aficionado.
Forest&Waves blankets are cosy and can be used everywhere – take them camping, to the beach, the cabin, the campfire…
Another Forest&Waves blanket in a different pattern.
Simple and elegant handmade ceramic airplant holder for the minimalist.
Prints from Banquet Atelier. Locally made. We particularly love this Palmistry print.
Silver and gold (or brass for that matter). Lovely pieces to add a bit of functional shine to the house.
Brass incense holders make a sweet little gift. Dishes sold separately.
…and we have lots of incense to go along with the incense holders.
The mulitpurpose hammam towel is a classic gift. Use as a towel, beach blanket, table cloth, shawl, throw, sarong…