It's bursting with 90s vibes, nutmeg tones, and new unexpected textures. I am so excited to share our latest bows and photos from our fall adventure shoot.
Each and every bow from this collection works well year-round, but some of my favorite fall staples are: “The Wren” Sailor Bow, “The Frankie” Oversized Schoolgirl Bow, and The "Dark Rust" Pigtail Schoolgirl Set.
Imagine a little girl running through a field, climbing up a tree, and twirling around and around in circles just because. This unique and confident darling is what being a Free Babe is all about. Still not totally sure what Free Babes is all about? Just peek into this adventure world we created, captured by the lovely Simply Suzy Photography.
I worked with stylist, Mari Spiker, to get the fall fashion vibes just right.
Each new season, I’m reminded of how incredibly grateful I am to get to design something—even something as tiny as a little bow—that gets to play a role in your children's memories and adventures.
It's not quite the most wonderful time of the year just yet, but I still am so excited to share our Holiday collection with all of you! Once again the Free Babes Squad and I ventured into the Colorado mountains to capture the sweetest of holiday looks to pair with our luxe velvet, lumberjack plaid, and classic satin bows. I am particularly excited to introduce the velvet bows because we have never done anything like them before. These heirloom pieces were definitely the most time consuming and detailed bow we have ever made, but they turned out beautiful and were totally worth it.
Even though classic bows are always in season, our new Fall Collection was designed specifically to pair with the rich tones of changing leaves and crisp autumn air. To welcome the season of pumpkin picking, cider making and leaf collecting, we've selected pieces from our favorite brands for all your little free spirit's Fall adventures. Enjoy!
Our first ever repeat collaboration is with my favorite: This Little Street. We partnered to create the perfect fall collection, paying homage to national park uniforms, little woodland creatures and the repeat of the popular Scandinavian wallpaper pattern in an updated mustard and hunter green.