Finding meaning in our everyday lives is a constant goal for Denise and I. Even though we have a lifestyle and fashion blog, who we are goes much deeper than what clothes we wear or what kind of houses we like. We like to make connections that get you thinking and that make your life more efficient.
We’re not the only ones in the industry with a deeper sense of purpose. The Eight Senses clothing boutique in New York City is carving out a new niche that combines fashion and purpose. Their designs are inspired to make life easier, their fabrics are luxurious and their styles contemporary.
The quality of the fabrics is excellent. This jacket is soft but still sturdy and hangs perfectly. The collar can be left open or closed with the help of two tiny magnets imbedded inside the inside corners. To make it even better, it is reversible which will double its use! Can you say efficient!!!
Denise’s motto jacket has pockets in all the right places! There’s even a hidden pocket in the sleeve where you can safely zip your money and credit cards.
These black pants have the perfect amount of softness and stretch. They are warm enough for winter and are incredibly comfortable. I love the flat front and pocket placement! I even told Denise these pants are comfortable enough to be worn under my ski pants. Stay tuned!!
This black cape shirt is the perfect example of a basic staple that can be worn multiple ways. Denise has worn it tucked in with jeans for a casual look but I stole borrowed it for a Christmas party and wore it with leather pants and heels for a dressy look. The fabric is even such high quality that we decided this shirt would also make a stunning swimsuit cover up.
The Eight Senses brand is deeply driven to make sure each and every item they design is beautiful, purposeful and intuitive. You’re familiar with five senses; sight, smell, sound, taste and touch. Plus, the sixth is now recognized as intuition. Common sense and sense of humour add up to; The Eight Senses.
Let them help you put meaning back into your wardrobe.
(This post was a collaboration with The Eight Senses. All thoughts and ideas are our own)