A sneak peak into Brenda Laine Designs and world is one of love for sustainable and stylish fashion, love for bamboo clothing, dedication, inspiration, motivation and challenges. From early beginnings, to great mentorship, amazing customer reviews, fabric sourcing, challenges faced and sharing her thoughts on the very many benefits of bamboo clothing in general and for her designs, makes this interview a must read not only for eco-fashion enthusiasts but also all fashion lovers and women in business or starting up.
Bamboo clothing – a sustainable clothing at its peak and a health-conscious girl’s BFF, serves you all year round (this is possible with its insulator characteristics; keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter) and lasts a lifetime still in great condition where you treat and care for her well!
Do you have that one clothing that is so soft, comfy, luxurious, and versatile? You love her so much she becomes your BFF; you name her and because you live in her, you decide to get her in different classy colours while staying within limits of sustainability! Well, we atSalts and West Clothingand so many of our customers / clients / partners have had this experience with the West Wrap Bamboo Sweater…You experience a feeling like being wrapped in and cuddled by a cloud!
Fall, its beauty and cool crisp air calls for pieces that not only matches her mood but exceeds her expectations! At Salts & West, we highlight 3 (we will highlight more in future posts) of our numerous Fall Bamboo clothing master pieces that exceeds expectations and ensures you enjoy and live Fall to the fullest in style and warmth.
Bamboo sweaters are the softest addition to you Fall wardrobe plans. This Fall is all about comfort. I have been working on a super soft hemp bamboo sweater pullover this week. I am hoping it will work out to be reversible 🤔. It will be your perfect pullover sweater to layer when the house feels cool or coming home from a stretch class. You will love the cheeky and flattering back twist detail. Watch the short video of the design process here... And here is part 2 where I redo the twist to make it a bit chunkier... Let me...