And The Men Wore Skirts

And The Men Wore Skirts

November 30, 2015

Kelly's Stepdad, Stuart, wrote a humorous and touching story about our wedding that provides his parental point of view on what it is like to be part of a non-traditional wedding, where many of the men wore skirts and the brides to be and other women wore suits. 

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Sustainable Fashion: The Road Less Traveled

Sustainable Fashion: The Road Less Traveled

November 24, 2015

Explore what it means to be a sustainable fashion brand and why more and more brands embrace this approach.....even though it can be challenging

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Breaking Up With Traditional Women's Shirts

Breaking Up With Traditional Women's Shirts

November 17, 2015

It is official. We are breaking up with traditional women's shirts. Here are the juicy details!

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Why Made in the USA?

Why Made in the USA?

November 08, 2015

Ever wondered about whether you should manufacture your clothes in the USA? Want to find out more about what it means to buy "Made in the USA" apparel? We have outlined the benefits of producing and purchasing apparel "Made in the USA."

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Why Are Men's and Women's Shirt Buttons On Different Sides?

Why Are Men's and Women's Shirt Buttons On Different Sides?

October 14, 2015

Did you know that men's and women's shirt buttons are placed on different sides? We explore the curious case of buttons and the pattern making process in this post.

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Kirrin Finch Joins Pratt Fashion Accelerator

Kirrin Finch Joins Pratt Fashion Accelerator

October 02, 2015

The BF+DA is a new initiative launched by the Pratt Institute that provides ethically focused designers with the resources they need to transform their ideas into successful businesses. Find out more about our journey to joining the BF+DA and what being in an accelerator actually means.

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Why We Started A Fashion Brand

Why We Started A Fashion Brand

September 30, 2015

While traveling the world, Kelly and I dreamed up the wild idea of starting a clothing company for women who prefer menswear style clothes. Learn more about how and why we started Kirrin Finch

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