The founder of Seamly.co, Kristen Glenn, reached out to me last fall to participate in her newly launched affiliate program. WordPress doesn’t allow sidebar ads or affiliate links, however, so a full blog post seemed like the best way to promote her shop.
Seamly.co was launched with funds from a kickstarter campaign to produce an item called “the versalette,” a seemingly simple piece of material designed to be worn up to 30 ways. I’ve never had much success with that type of garment since I prefer my clothing to have a set purpose, so I really love that the line has since broadened to include dresses, skirts, leggings, and basic tees.
Every item is made from surplus fabric in the USA, so it’s guaranteed sustainable and ethically produced. Designs are minimalist and therefore versatile. They’re perfect for this season’s aesthetic and classic enough to wear for several seasons.