KimmChi: Cool, Comfortable, Inspired Clothing
Kimmchi has cool, classy, comfortable clothing that your closet is practically begging for you to buy. KimmChi’s fitted tees with popping colors and chic patterns allows you to work-it with one outfit all day long – in a casual office setting during the day, then out and about with the girlfriends at night. Plus you’ll get extra satisfaction as you strut your stuff knowing these clothes are designed, hand silkscreened, and sold to you at the Union Square Holiday Market all by one local DIYer. After all, it’s fun to have clothes in your closet designed by a Brooklynite with fashion and functionality in mind, who knows hip chicks don’t shy away from crisp colors and bold patterns. Your closet is hungry for clothes that easily transform from office to play – especially clothes as comfy and subtly sexy as KimmChi’s.
This handmade Chevron cowl neck was made with wool fabric silkscreened with a bright red Chevron motif. It’s made in a white and black wool with a super soft fleece lining that keep your neck nice and cozy without the bulk of a scarf. It has an urban elegance to it, an upscale Americana look without breaking the bank at 35$. The print is abstract and eye catching, and the bold colors will surely pop against your winter coat.
Everyone knows when you pack up your seasonal wardrobe, you cry a little stowing away a favorite sweater or dress knowing won’t see it again for another 6 months. Everyone does it. This ¾ sleeve gray Pinwheel shirt will easily makes the cut for your year-round wardrobe – looking smart with a brightly colored cardigan in January or shorts in June. The striking pinwheel pattern is inspired by a Japanese circle star burst kimono pattern, and gracefully overlaps and cascades down the left side of the Tee. In addition to being clean and crisply styled, the boat neckline is sophisticated then your average fitted tee, making it appropriate for both work and play.
You can find awesome KimmChi fashion at the Union Square Holiday Market this Holiday season alongside other talented Etsy and local artists. If the weather outside’s too frightful, you can buy these Kimmchi goodies and more at her Etsy shop http://www.etsy.com/shop/kimmchi. Last but not least, don’t forget to shop, eat and tweet about all your favorite shop-local finds at Urban Space’s Union Square, Columbus Circle, and Dekalb Holiday Markets.