For some, coffee isn’t just a choice, but a lifestyle! Having a gift guide for the coffee lover in your life is a no-brainer for anyone shopping this year. Stay at home parents, those of us working from home, and our wonderful essential workers alike, there’s someone in your life who’s a secret (or not so secret) coffee fiend.
With spring around the corner, what’s better than bold and beautiful shoes paired with socially conscious fashion, in time for Earth Month?! As April highlights all things eco, sustainable, and socially conscious fashion, there is a new collection to check out: The Naturalizer x Tracy Reese Capsule!
For this collaboration, we are invited to “Celebrate the transformative power of fashion in this inspiring capsule collection of colorful, sustainable styles designed in collaboration with Tracy Reese, sustainability advocate, designer, and founder of Hope for Flowers.”
The bold, bright, and vibrant “Hope for Flowers” collection gives us eight styles that includes flat sandals, sport sandals, kitten heels, and espadrilles. Available up through a size 12 and paired with Naturalizer’s penchant for comfort, we are in for a fun treat- especially if flats are more your jam…
“I want to always be making fashion that I’m proud of, that I want to wear myself, that I’m proud to put my name on.”Tracy Reese
The capsule collection was designed to convey the optimism, color and prints that have become synonymous with Tracey Reese and her Hope for Flowers initiative founded in 2018 to foster an ecosystem of responsible fashion.
What makes the collection Sustainable?
Well… the Naturalizer x Tracy Reese collection boasts:
- Sustainable yarns
- Recycled materials in box packaging
- Linings from leather working group audited factories
- 100% recycled plastic insoles!
The limited single run collection will range in price from $110-$148 and up through a size 12.
Shop the Naturalizer x Tracy Reese collection at Naturalizer.com
What is even more exciting about this collab is that proceeds from this collection benefit Nest’s Makers United program, a “nonprofit advancing diversity among the artisan and maker economy and amplifying the voices of women, immigrants, and indigenous and people of color.”
PS. You can also shop the collection in select Anthropologie stores and Anthropologie.com.
Let’s talk about it… which shoes have your interest piqued? That you could see yourself in all spring and summer?