Shop It Now: Artful Dresses by Make It Good

This post was written by guest contributor Jess Chamberlain, a Seattle-based writer whose love of good design is second only to her passion for environmentally friendly—and locavore— living. Look for her #MadeInAmerica posts all month on our blog.

Images courtesy of Make It Good.
Do you ever wish you could wear your table linens? Or that the bold print on your throw pillows came on a skirt? Last weekend at Urban Craft Uprising I was drooling over all the home goods by Nell & Mary when I admired the t-shirt of co-owner Krista Stovel. She promptly pointed to the booth behind her—that of Nell & Mary's sister fashion line, Make It Good—where some of those graphic napkin prints reside on tees.

(This is where my scouting trip turned into a shopping frenzy just as the fair was closing.)

From cutting to screen printing to sewing, everything Make It Good is hand crafted in Portland, Oregon. In addition to keeping it all local (they're even sourcing yarn domestically), the facility has a zero waste production goal. Rainwater flushes toilets, skylights minimize electricity use, and material waste is repurposed for limited edition product runs. #SoGood

Frame Top Jump Dress, $72.
Wing Jump Dress, $72.
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