I am Really Into reading, cotton fabrics, comfy clothing & feeling cozy, so when my friend, Michelle, told me about Storiarts I was hooked.
Storiarts is a husband & wife team based out of Portland, OR who make literary-inspired goods. They’ve been around since 2011 & I’m in love with their products. It’s American made, except for the French ribbon used in the summer scarves, local, high quality & they even sell their products at the Library of Congress & The New York Public Library Shop.
This winter, I went all in after researching their products. I ordered writing gloves, bookbands/headbands & scarves. A few months in & I have to say, I rarely leave my house without my Storiarts. All the products are thick, comfortable, warm & can be worn so many different ways.
These bookband or headbands are super cute as well. Channa wears them all the time. They keep your ears warm & I love wearing them to keep my hair out of my face when I’m on the computer.
Winters in Portland are cold & wet, so these writing gloves come in super handy. They keep my hands warm, but allow my fingers to stay to function as needed. They are soft & easy to take on & off. I Really wanted the ‘Romeo & Juliet’ gloves, but I don’t trust myself with white gloves-ever.
I am Really thinking of getting a custom piece made. Storiarts offers custom orders on their Etsy page at different times of the year. They even have T-shirts & other home goods. I am Really Into This ‘Little Women’ pillow cover, but there are so many fantastic choices I can’t pick just one. If you could have a custom literary-inspired good, what would it be? I’m thinking some inspiring words from Brene Brown would make a Really cool blanket or scarf.
If you’re on Instagram as much as me, then you’ve probably seen Storiarts products & they are the real deal. I’m not easy on anything & they’ve held up & look brand new after over 9 months of use. Spring is here & I’m thinking I may try out one of their lightweight scarves. I just love having words that mean something to me as part of my wardrobe. The fabric, the fonts & the artwork are all so beautiful & I love supporting handmade goods made in my town.
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