by Dakota Whitworth May 17, 2021
We are thrilled to reveal Spell's Folk Song collection at harperandtucker.com at the official drop time tonight: Monday, May 17 at 8pm EST! This collection just speaks to us with its hippy-dippy florals printed on sustainably produced fabrics.
Folk Song is a collection you can feel as good about as you look. Its folksy, hippy vibe extends beyond the nostalgia that the patterns invoke - it is embodied in the way the garments are made. We continue to be so excited about the steps Spell takes toward sustainability with each of their collections. Their use of Lenzing Ecovero and Organic Cotton reflects their commitment to the highest quality preferred fibers.
There are almost too many pretties to choose from with this drop - and we know with the limited quantities that Spell is producing, you will be dying to get your hands on your favorites. Here is a sneak peek of all the styles we will have available. We have also listed the sizes we were able to stock. We are hoping that as our world and the industry continues to heal from the pandemic, we will be able to continue to grow our Spell offerings (both with more sizes and more styles), and in the meantime we are getting as much as Spell will give us!
To learn more about the inspiration behind the collection, head to Spell's blog - we just love the visual stories told by the makers themselves, and think their musings sum the emotion of the collection just perfectly:
"Our design team's mood board for Folk Song was filled with, as usual, vintage photographs of muses from the 70s. This time, maybe a reflection of the time it was created, a lot of it was based on open spaces, adventures on the road and nature. A feeling of freedom but in quaint places on the road, the kind of getaway that ends up as dog eared, worn photographs in a family photo album. " - Spell
Join us tonight at 8pm EST as we drop our picks from Folk Song - good luck, we hope you get all the pretties your heart desires!
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