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Resilient Hat, Daisies Edition šŸŒ¼

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I'm calling the resilient hat the mantra hat because Resilient is my word of the year. This hat has our power word, plus embroidered daisies for extra power.

The definition of resilient:

  • able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions
  • able to spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed

Isn't that what we all hope to do? To meet the world where we are, with what we have, do our best and then bounce TF back from anything that doesn't go our way? 


Designed by me, for you.

Embroidered & hand stitched in North Carolina


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WHAT WE ARE ABOUT: It's simple. I design and create products with the goal of reminding you that you are loved, valued and worthy. I want you to feel at home in your life and your body. How I approach it? Thoughtfully designing, making and sourcing all sorts of things for you, from cozy tees to your favorite coffee mug and everything in-between. I want to celebrate everything that you are, here in this moment, alongside everything that you will become. We want to celebrate your growth. The struggles that you are overcoming. Your successes. Your dreams. I want you to know that you are deserving of everything you dream of exactly as you are. Not only that, but you have exactly what you need, exactly when you need it. You are ready. You are celebrated. You are home. You are complete. We believe in intersectional feminism. I donate a to charitable organizations (evaluated monthly) because I want everyone to feel that way. DONATIONS: I donate a portion of proceeds to a non-profit or charity monthly. These organizations are submitted, voted on and selected by you -our community - on Instagram Stories and via email each month. SUSTAINABILITY: I use as many recycled or recyclable packaging products as possible. Biodegradable packing peanuts are a must. Packing paper that can be recycled or reused by you for gifting. Boxes that can go straight in the recycling as well. I partner with suppliers that value sustainability when I need outside materials. For example, all of my shirts are made on sustainable fabrics and purchased from suppliers who pay a living wage, have guaranteed safe work practices. I make SMALL batches, which cuts down on waste. There are no giant boxes of leftover product here that head to a landfill and I can promise to always keep it that way.
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