Apologies in advance for putting that song in your head. Over the weekend we visited our musical neighbors in Vermont at the Trapp Family Lodge. They are situated in the hills overlooking Stowe valley, how appropriate. Over the years we've found ourselves enjoying their outdoor concerts in the meadow or snowshoeing uphill to a log cabin for some hot cocoa and a banjo picker.
With children we now opt for a bit less adventure and planning and went on a Scottish Highland cattle tour which in my opinion was just as much a feast for the senses. You can get pretty close to these wonderful creatures, but just be sure to watch where you step!
It started to mist a bit but there was no way we were going home before checking out the greenhouse. Elise was one with the gardens in her rose hip dress by Duns Sweden. What don't we love about Duns Sweden? They're producing clothing from wonderfully soft GOTS certified cotton which is music to my ears. They also maintain full transparency with the consumer regarding the production process. I just loved scrolling through these photos on their website which introduce us to the people who make each piece.
I might be a little late to the game here but did you know there is an organization called Fashion Revolution that is dedicated to promoting ethical production and sustainability in the fashion industry? Duns Sweden supports their efforts and I think that's awesome. Loving the hashtag #whomademyclothes!
When I was pregnant with Mila, I purchased an adorable pair of baby moccasins at an artist fair in Martha's Vinyard. They were made from the softest deer skin leather. She's been wearing them lately now that the temperatures have been falling and they stay on like a charm. I tracked down the maker, Marie of Leather Treasures MV and found the sweetest medicine bag that has the perfect amount of room for a few tiny treasures. The best part? We got to pick a color for the Czech glass bead that adorns the front for a personalized touch.