Shopping Guide: Prospect Goods Edition

Say what!?? Here's a few shops we love:

Carolina Cider Company

"Remember back when we traveled the US for 104 days? This was my favorite store we stopped in. Floor to ceiling shelves full of canned goodness. If we weren't on our trip, I would have dropped serious cash, but we had to settle for boiled peanuts. They've got an online store though..."

Tribe Alive

"I met Ashley at our Cinco de Mayo Dallas workshop. Ever since then I've watched her store grow. Tribe Alive 'utilizes a passion for fashion and responsible commerce as a platform to help alleviate poverty among women.' A great cause combined with great products. Gotta get my hands on their jewelry quick, because it sells out so fast."

Totokaelo

"Such a gorgeous shop in Capitol Hill, Seattle... Beautifully curated and instantly inspiring when you walk in. Their clothes are drool worthy, but their home goods, decor, jewelry, and accessories are my favorites."

Prospect Goods

"You didn't think we could do this without mentioning our own shop, right? We have a few Prospect Goods piΓ±atas hanging as art pieces in our home. We only have canned lights over our dining room table, so we use a piΓ±ata as a 'chandelier' over the table. I also love giving our No Talking and Mercy cards as birthday gifts. They're funny and useful!"

Penny and Lulu Studio Florist

"I love having fresh flowers around the house, and Penny and Lulu is by far the best florist in my area (Southern Oregon). A few years back, I realized that, yes, flowers do end up dying, but they last a lot longer than the cupcake or gossip magazine does, and they bring me such joy overtime I look at them. Penny and Lulu have such an amazing studio space too. You walk in and are instantly inspired."