|The Renee dress - kikaPaprika|
What really caught my eye was a display with a vibrant burnout style t-shirt and a placard that read “I’m made of recycled water bottles” – after seeing that I had to go over and talk to the woman (the fabulous Vicki) in the booth. This is related to my field of work so I talked her ear off and asked a ton of questions about the clothing.
Some of the things that I really like about this company is that they are making beautiful, vibrant, comfortable clothing in a really responsible way. Everything is made in the
The clothing can be purchased through a home show setting and let me tell you, it is so much fun to have someone set up two rolling racks of clothing in your home for you and your friends to try on! I’m slowly accumulating pieces and always get compliments when I wear them. They also have a blog that give examples of ways to wear your kika items in different capsules (hello… some great ideas for the gals participating in the 30 for 30 Challenge).
|An example of how layering totally changes the look of a basic wrap dress.|
Jacket – via Ross (Spring 08)
Renee dress – kikaPaprika (Spring 10)
Shoes – Marshall's (Fall 10)
Tights – Payless (Fall 10)