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curated for : accompany

curated for : accompany | unruly things

one of my most recent favorite shop finds is Accompany – a rad online boutique with focus on stylish apparel and ethically minded production. each item in the shop has a story – whether it be Artisan Made, Fair Trade or Philanthropic – making Accompany truly a one-of-a-kind boutique. the shop is beautifully curated with lots of goods to wishlist and drool over. above is just a sample of my shop favorites. hop over to Accompany to see the shop in it’s entirety.

just recently, Accompany was highlighted in People’s Style Watch as a great stop for Ethical Fashion. pretty exciting, right? you can read the entire article here.

bonus – Accompany is having a Labor Day sale! everything in the sale section is an additional 15% off Friday August 29 through Monday September 1. enter coupon code LABORDAY at checkout. there’s some really great stuff in their sale section – check it out and stock up your shopping cart for Friday’s sale.

{one : ace & jig revel dress / two : mar y sol mika hat / three : antik batik moon bracelet / four : faire collection ellington bangle / five : raven & lily gold leaf earrings / six : canvas oslo salad servers / seven : dsenyo little friends zebra / eight : mar y sol sisal basket tote / nine : inigo elizalde buedia pillow / ten : jadetribe navia throw

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our adventure to Crater Lake

Crater Lake Adventure | photos by Alyson Brown for Unruly Things

last weekend we took a spontaneous trip to Crater Lake. after living in Oregon for over 7 years, it was about time we made the adventure! it’s about a 2 hour drive from Bend and perfect for a day trip. at 36 weeks pregnant, it’s hard to know how much time we’ll have left for adventuring before this babe arrives, so we packed up a lunch and headed out mid morning.

I’d always pictured going to the lake would be just that. you show up, take a few photos and go home. I had no idea that you could take the 33 mile drive around the lake in it’s entirety, while taking in each stop and lookout along the way. so we spent the entire day exploring. and the views are breathtaking. these pictures just don’t even do it justice. we’ve had quite a few wildfires this summer so it was a bit of a bummer that we didn’t catch it on a super clear and sunny day, but you could still see how incredibly blue the water is.

if you’ve got an opportunity to make it to Crater Lake, I highly recommend. it’s one of those natural wonders that is just so magical, it should be on everyone’s bucket list.

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pajar boots

pajar rain boots

while living in Portland, rain boots were essential. I had a few different pairs but I was always on the lookout for more stylish and affordable boots. these brights from Pajar are wonderful. I just love that red!

and now that I’m living in Bend, snow boots are my every day winter essential. I’ve got the old fasioned clunky ones that I wear when it’s icy and a shearling pair for super cold days. Pajar has a lovely collection of winter boots, too. here’s a few great ones I spied.

pajar rain boots
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Guatemalan inspired textiles from Archive New York

Vintage Guatemalan Inspired Textiles + Pillows from Archive New York | Unruly Things

I just adore these pillows from Archive New York, created by textile designer Amira Marion. she recently launched two beautiful collections : a digital collection in which she prints replications of vintage fabric fragments on to silk and a woven collection in which she worked with non-profit Maya Traditions and local Guatemalan weavers to recreate some traditional woven textiles. swoon, right?! see both collections here.

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{images from Archive New York}