Miik Reversible Yara Dress
Posted by Unicorn Goods
We are obsessed with convertible clothing, especially when it's made responsibly from a company that we love. It's great for the environment when you can get more than one look out of a single garment. And, let's face it, if you spill ketchup down the front of your dress right before an important meeting - bam! - turn that baby around and throw on your blazer. You're good to go.
The majority of Miik's clothing (pronounced "Mick" like "Micky Mouse") is made out of bamboo. "The softness of the fabric is what attracted us initially. It just feels so amazing on your skin," says Donna Smith, cofounder and Creative Director of Miik. She cites bamboo's ability to replenish itself as a major factor in its sustainability as a material. Bamboo is a propagating grass that grows up to three feet per day. Bamboo improves soil and air quality. Bamboo requires no maintenance, reseeding, watering, pesticides, or fertilizer, unlike cotton, which requires 20,000 liters of water to yield one kilogram of fabric.
Susan Cadman, Miik's President.
In addition to the sourcing of the materials, Miik also mills its own fabric and manufactures everything locally in Ontario, Canada, is a women-founded and women-run company, and creates timeless pieces that don't go out of style.
Miik's Reversible Yara Dress is simple, classic, and made with the environment in mind. It's soft, supple fabric is made from corn (Sonora) and bamboo (Rayon). We wear it with this Natalie Frigo tooth pendant necklace, Pact organic tights, these Vizzano block heals, and an this Animal Behavior Savanna jacket blazer.
Follow us on Twitter for the giveaway @UnicornGoodsCo. | Shop the Miik Reversible Yara dress here. Learn more about bio-based fabrics in our previous post about Paper Clothing here. | Read about Susan Cadman, Miik's President, here.