Friday, April 25, 2008

Indie Designer Spotlight - The Domestic Feminist

Finding that perfect combination of beauty and charm is not always easy. Luckily, I have come across some great items that effortlessly fulfill both qualities.

Independent designer The Domestic Feminist creates one of a kind accessories which she sells on Etsy. Some items include hand knit scarves and scarflets, adorable feathered and lace fascinators as well as eye catching handmade purses.

It won't hurt at all to get something for yourself or as a gift for someone else because her products are also very affordable. Currently, the prices for items range from US$8.00 to US$35.

The Domestic Feminist says:

"My work is really a result of my short attention span and love of all things functional and beautiful--or this is how I see it.

I have a bit of an affinity for things kitchsy, things glamorous, and things practical. And I hope that as I mature in my crafts of knitting, sewing, and accessory design, that I can somehow make those things shine separately but in unison."

Like what you see? Go to The Domestic Feminist's Etsy store to purchase one or some of these unique and stylish accessories.


lexicon said...

what a talented pretty lady! great feature!

& scarflet is the cutest word ever born!

Danz said...

Thanks, I totally agree. Her work is very good!

I must admit, I smile everytime I see or hear that word lol. It's like a baby scarf.

Sam said...

Is she single?

Danz said...

Lol, I have no idea. Silly me, I forgot to ask. :P

tuckova said...

I have one of her scarves. The colors are exactly what I wanted, and I get compliments every time I wear it!

Holly_G said...

thank you for a lovely, lovely comment XD and omg, i LOVE your blog! thanks for the link, i probably wouldn't discover it by myself- that's why i don't mind advertising :) would you like to link? i'd love to have your adress in my fave blogs, if that's okay.

Danz said...

:) No problem at all! I'd love to exchange links. I'm glad you like the blog and thanks for stopping by!

Danz said...

tuckova - you're lucky. I think her scarves are beautiful but they would be very impractical where I live. Maybe when I'll get one for the next time I go to England.