“Most people in the United States only wear about 20 percent of their wardrobes. That means that 80 percent of the clothes are languishing in their closet being unworn,” says Nancy Dilts, a personal wardrobe stylist, who specializes in sustainable shopping.
Shops & Business
Though Bob and Barbara Griffin may live in Plymouth, their hearts are often with the people of Dodoma, Tanzania.
Since that first successful outing on Leech Lake with his grandfather, Sularz has been committed to the pursuit of the wily walleye, fishing 12 months a year on water and ice.
Since 2011, Interfaith Outreach has run a thrift store on the corner of County Road 6 and County Road 101 N. offering high quality secondhand clothing, jewelry, furniture and household goods.
Yoga studios are known for their welcoming spaces that inspire beauty and infinite possibilities. That feeling is evoked immediately upon entering the front vestibule of Yogamn (3900 Vinewood Lane N. Suite 21; yogamn.com).
Thanks to 16-year-old Lexi Fresh, young girls in Haiti, Kenya and Senegal are owners of beautiful T-shirt dresses, sewn personally by Lexi and women in Plymouth.
Hundreds will soon gather on Medicine Lake for the Holes for Heroes Ice Fishing Tournament—a fun ice fishing contest honoring members of the Armed Forces who have served our country, and their families who have sacrificed along with them.
From beautifully hand-embroidered sarees, lenghas and salwar kameez to bangles, necklaces and bindis, Nila Chakraborty expresses her love for Indian ethnic wear through her online business ShopBollyWear.com.
Sue Olmscheid at Lillian’s Urban Market Medina suggests an outfit composed of a long-sleeve T-shirt topped with a tunic, leggings and boots.
As you’ve probably already seen this winter, flannels are here to stay. Many men are still enjoying the full beards and “lumber-sexual” style, and flannel shirts fit in perfectly, says Nicole Chose, one of the owners of The Foursome in Plymouth.