May 4, 2014

5 Mothers Day Gifts from 5 Local Designers


Mothers Day is less than a week away. If you want to give mom a gift she'll love and support local designers, this list is for you! Take a look at our top local picks for stylish moms in Seattle.



The Open Stitch rectangle popover by Issaquah-based cashmere designer Paychi Guh is a perfect everyday basic for moms who want covet versatile pieces that will remain be part of their wardrobe for many years to come. Available in a latte/ivory colorway as pictured, or navy/grey, this gorgeous top can literally be "popped over" to change the shape of the neckline.
















For moms who look to accessories to quickly pull an outfit together, the Casbah earrings by White Space jewelry make a gorgeous gift that she will absolutely love. Made from 14k gold vermeil these earrings are handmade in the USA.  White Space designer Khadijah Fulton's picks for Mothers Day were recently featured in this gift guide round-up by Seattle Met.















The Blanca collection for Spring '14 from designer Cameron Levin is now available at Butch Blum. These black chiffon pants tie at the waist and have a nude stripe detail on the lower leg just above the ankle. Great for working moms who want to look stylish on a summer day at the office, these pants pair perfectly with a silk white tee or tank. Add a blazer to finish the look.














For moms who deserve to be pampered this year, Mere Basics has a special cashmere gift set that is guaranteed to please even the pickiest moms. Made of 100% pure cashmere, the Mere Basics gift set features a cap sleeve short sleeve top and coordinating cashmere shorts, perfect for light-weight layering on a cold day, or lounging around the house.





If the mom on your Mothers Day shopping list loves bold fashion statements, local line Gutanga has the perfect pair of pants that not only look good, they support a great cause too. The entire line is made in the USA and a portion of every sale goes to supporting children's education in Rwanda.















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