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Spring in the Shop │ Perennial Spring

Ah, Spring. Just got back from Seattle. Their Spring is the rainiest one I've ever experienced. Probably doesn't help that it was an abnormal, record-breaking rainy weekend, either.

But, it was beautiful. Stayed downtown, did Seattle-y things, like Starbucks and the Space Needle and coffee and Filson and Bainbridge Island, and more coffee.

Now, I'm back at home and feeling refreshed, I'm ready to stock the shop with what you want. This Spring, it means more denim.

I know. I can't seem to stock enough of it. From Levi's 501s, to Levi's 550s, or overalls or denim shirts, it's what you want. And lucky for me, I live and breathe denim. It's not work to supply you with what you want. Even denim that isn't a traditional color. Like these ones.


I must say, I was blessed to find this gorgeous Hudson blanket. I am keeping this one, but I have a duplicate that will be coming to the shop. Yes, we're headed into Spring and Summer. But, I like to think ahead. WAY ahead.

And these blankets are worth thinking ahead for.

Happy Spring, everyone. And a 'lil side note ... I'll be hitting 5000 sales very soon. As soon as that happens, the shop will be on sale for 4 days with a 20% off as a huge thank you for all your support. So, stay tuned! It'll literally be any day now.

UPDATE: Sale happening NOW!!

Love you all!

-HJS


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