Sunday, July 27, 2008
On a Lark
We all know blueberries are chock full of antioxidants. Apparrently they're packed with a bit of inspiration as well. What else could have caused a couple of moms, packed in the car with six kids who had spent the afternoon picking blueberries, to envision a business where artwork is made to be wearable?
Lark and Loon was conceived after a blueberry picking adventure - but there's nothing homegrown about their style. Modern graphics printed with water based ink on cotton wearables give kids a taste for art at a young age. All artwork is commission from artists across the country and then printed on tee shirts, dresses, pants and leggings for kids in sizes 2 - 12.
Not only are all Lark and Loon's designs original, and help support artists, but they're some of the most stylish around. While out and about the other day, my son had several folks (a boutique owner included!) pining for his cute orange Jam Session tee ($26) - in adult sizes, too!
One Chic Mama readers can save 25% when you use code LLCHIC through August 11, 2008.