Thursday, July 31, 2014

Adornable: Localvore Style


Localvore: apparently this means a person dedicated to eating food grown and produced locally – but why not a person dedicated to all things local? Our town has atmosphere, artists and attitude.


And so do these garbs. Check out this off-shoulder top by isa maisa ~ subtly sexy and hand stitched at the front. The distressed Linn Street vintage brass locket made by your very own Shopgirls adds a bit of shine to this flowy number. For those chilly July nights (inorite? #onlyiniowa), a cheery infinity scarf like this one from Night Owl Bliss will always add color & flair.
isa maisa handmade blouse : $54 (available in store)
revival custom made Linn Street Locket: $18 (click here to shop)
night owl bliss floral infinity scarf: $22 (available in store)


Speaking of fab, you’ve heard of {made}, right? This community collective of artists uses renewable and re-purposed materials in their simple, stunning jewelry – always giving back 9% of their profits to local charities.

{made} community Abundance bracelets: $14 (available in store)


Nearly next door to Revival's brick-and-mortar location are our sarcastic brethren at Raygun: making the Midwest shine one proud city pun at a time. Proceeds from Iowa City's 'Anything Goes' tee go directly back to the Iowa City Downtown District.  

raygun "Anything Goes" tee: available for purchase at the ICDD website (click here to shop)


And as ever, we count on Bustleworship’s relaxed hand to adorn our ears with leather and fringe: charming, always, with a commissioned Baggu drawstring bag made only for Revival. 


bustleworship cute leather earrings: available in store
Baggu x Revival leather satchel: $40 (click here to shop)

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About our blogger: 


Claire McGranahan (the voice of Adornable) has been a loyal fangirl of Revival since the store opened in 2003. Aside from fashion, Claire loves coffee, banter, cooking and collecting gemstones. She's been called a documenter more than once. Check out more of her photos herehere and here.

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