We are so excited to announce that we have made it to 2000 followers on Instagram! Our community is growing and we are so grateful. Thank you for following our journey, reading our updates and getting to know our artisan partners. It means the world.
We love to celebrate every milestone and to say thank you we are offering 20% off from today until end of day Saturday the 18th of August. For online customers, simply use the code INSTA20. We are also offering this discount to our lovely Noosa studio visitors. If you would like to arrange an appointment to shop feel free to email, FB or Insta message us to arrange a time. The discount also applies to sale items so be quick!
We love connecting with you all through our social media channels. Thank you so much for following along. We really appreciate it!
We had such a lovely response to our last blog post where we shared an in depth insight into one of our much loved designs, so much so that we want to keep spreading the love! Today we will be sharing more about the creators of our blouses. You have been loving our blouse designs, particularly at our local markets. We always have so much fun seeing visitors try on different styles and struggle to decide which one to take home, they are all just too beautiful!
This week on the 19th of March we celebrated Dia del Artesano or Day of the Artisans. A day to celebrate and honour the craftsmanship of artisans worldwide. We work with so many talented artisans throughout Mexico and Guatemala. As many of you know, we mainly partner with weaving or embroidery cooperatives and this week I was asking myself, do our customers know what a cooperative is? Now is the perfect time to share.
At Cielo, every one of our designs was made by hand and we think that it is so important to share where they were made, why they were made and who they were made by. We want every customer to have an understanding of where our designs come from, to realise their value and as a result cherish our pieces forever. This is the beauty of slow fashion. You can develop appreciation for the makers and form a connection with that person through their creations.