Tuesday, December 27, 2011


Fashion moves at a rate much different than that of the weather.  Coats, sweaters, and winter accessories seem to go on sale immediately after Christmas, even if we have yet to receive our first drop of snow.  The great thing is you can find some awesome deals using your new Christmas money, the unfortunate news is there is little desire to purchase spring merchandise when you're scraping ice!

There are a few key items that you really should grab during this transition period:

Coats-  Coats are a great buy to be had after the holiday season.  Coats are expensive so getting them at a discounted rate is very desirable.  A coat is an investment piece, unlikely to change with trends (if you purchase well) and will last you seasons to come.

Basics- Stock up on basic tees and tanks when they are on sale.  They make for great layering pieces as the warm weather transcends.

Winter Accessories- Scarves, gloves, stocking caps, are all great buys at a discounted rate.  Many of these items are simple in design making them timeless.  Get the best deals after Christmas is over, although there may be slim pickings.

Not wanting to spend that cheese on winter goods?  Some great transition pieces are jackets, cardigans, and anything that you can layer.  Take for instance these two pieces.  Both could be layered with a long sleeve tee during colder times, then when it gets warm, swap out that turtleneck for a tank.  Not only is it practical to layer, it also polishes your outfit making for a well put together style.

Friday, December 9, 2011

High Fashion

This past weekend I was receiving a much needed haircut by a very talented stylist.  During our typical time-passing conversation the question arose,
'Who are your favorite designers?'
A question to which I replied, 'High fashion or ready to wear?'
'High fashion,' the stylist said.
I drew a blank.  Had I really not one designer that I absolutely, wholeheartedly adored?  Perhaps I was too consumed in the retail business to really give it a second thought.
 I responded regrettably, "I don't keep up with it much.'

Stop right there!  Aren't you a clothing store owner, Breanne?  Shouldn't you be able to recite every fashion designer by era & popularity and in alphabetical order at the tip of a hat?  I am certain my college professors would have been embarrassed at my lack of knowledge in that very moment.   I had nothing.  What is wrong with me, why couldn't I at least have pretended I knew what I was talking about.

Of course, I know the classic designers, but for me to answer that question with certainty would have felt like a lie.  I am so apathetic to high fashion, mostly because I can't afford it, although for most people that is half of the appeal; daydreaming of a wedding dress that costs more than your house.  For the sake and purpose of this blog, however, I am going to post up some pieces from today's top designers in hopes to regain my former knowledge in the high fashion industry & leave today with a little more inspiration.

Alexander McQueen- Sound familiar?  That is because he designed the duchess' dress for the royal wedding.  Unlike the vintage-inspired wedding dress Kate graced the aisle with, his designs are often very structured and simple.


Yes, he does feature prints but in his prints I have come to notice there is always a nice symmetry to the patterns.  If the opportunity presented itself then the first thing I would purchase would be a nice, structured blazer.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011


Organic Design Dose.(ODD)

Do you find it 'ODD' that clothing can be made from food?  No, I am not talking about Lady GaGa's epic meat dress, (please don't let those images haunt me for all eternity), I am talking about a clothing company that manufactures everything using natural ingredients.  The ingredients are what I think you will find to be very peculiar and most likely these are not the first "food" items to have come to mind.  The two main ingredients include; soybeans and milk..but why use them?


  • Have the moisture absorption of cotton
  • Have 16 amino acids
  • Are anti-bacterial
  • Cashmere-like feel
  • Chemical free & non genetically modified!
  • Warmth retention properties make milk similar to wool
  • Absorbs moisture
  • 18 amino acids
  • Anti-fungal & anti-bacterial
  • No use of pesticides or chemicals!

I think it is fantastic that we are all starting to pay more attention to the things we eat and drink.  There are so many chemicals that alter our foods and that have negative effects on our health.  ODD is doing something really great here, in my opinion, they are opening up a whole new can of worms.  Did you think foods were the only product doused in chemicals?  Think again!

There is formaldehyde on your clothes!  You mean the stuff they use on dead people?  Yes!  Most of what I have read has said that there is a very insignificant amount, but the formaldehyde is there, even after the wash!  One study was done in which 20 items were tested using a chromotropic acid method.  11 of the 20 items tested positive for formaldehyde.  The 9 items that were free of formaldehyde were all fabrics made from synthetic materials.  The Scientists concluded that even after several washes, the clothes were not formaldehyde free.  EW!

I would carry ODD at the store, but it is a little pricey, as are most things organic.


Monday, December 5, 2011

FREE $10 Starbucks Gift Card

What to do to get it:
Purchase a $20 or more gift certificate from Unlabeled apparel, either in store or online @ www.unlabeledapparel.com.  We then send you via e-mail, a $10 Starbucks gift card.  For real!  I am not joking.  Talk about a return on your investment.  Gift certificates are a one-size-fits-all kind of present.  The best part about a gift certificate from Unlabeled is.....we have the coolest stuff; clothes, accessories, artwork, handmade fares, you name it!

We really appreciate your business, and for shopping locally.  I know, I know...Starbucks is not a locally owned business, but we felt that it was a universal place that would be in close proximity to most people despite where they live.  We want everyone to get in on the Unlabeled Love.  Spread the word, offer ends Saturday, December 10th.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Colored Jeans

We just got these in last week!  They are made by BLANK which is my newest favorite denim designer.  Why, you ask; because these pants fit so well, they are comfortable enough to exercise in- I swear it, and They are $88.  I know, designer denim under $100, impossible- until now!

Colored jeans are all the rave in the fashion industry and they are going to be even hotter this Spring. I think what I love the most about colored jeans, is that you can look so trendy with such little effort.  I would pair these pants with a structured blazer over a graphic tee, or a chunky knit sweater and a black pump..and in the warmer months these would look nice with wedges and bright tops.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Small Business Saturday! Holla!

We are pleased to announce that we will be participating in the second annual Small Business Saturday, brought to us by American Express.  You may not be familiarized with the concept as it is a fairly new campaign.  The idea is to help small businesses drive traffic during the Holiday season.  There are so many big box chain stores that offer disgustingly low prices, that many of us small businesses simply cannot compete.  Did you know that when you shop at a small, local, retailer, 45% of what you purchase is pumped directly back into the local economy?  Furthermore, when you shop at a big conglomerate store you are only dispensing a mere 13% back into the local economy.
Holy smokes, batman!

Small businesses are really important, especially now.  They provide the majority of jobs across the United States.  When you shop locally, you are feeding tax dollars back into your own city which employs medics, policemen, firemen, teachers, and so many more.  Let us not forget that small businesses also hire other local small businesses to help them advertise, manufacture, remodel, you name it!

So round-up your American Express gift card and go here: http://www.smallbusinesssaturday.com/and register your card.  

When you spend $25 at a participating retailer (we are one of them) American Express will reimburse you $25 on your next Credit Card Statement.  OMG!  That's like, shopping for free! :)  This is only a ONE DAY DEAL so you must come on Saturday, November 26th to take part.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Sizing- friend or foe?

When you are out shopping it is inevitable to avoid the question of which size to grab.  You see the stacks of t-shirts ranging from XS to XL and ponder what size might fit you best.  Then, one might hold the shirt in the air, stretching it from hand to hand so as to visualize how the length and width might lay according to one's body.  The same is true for men as it is for women.  We come in so many different shapes, sizes, and lengths that it is rather challenging to assume 'a one size fits all' approach.

The truth is there is no regulation on sizing in the fashion industry.  A "long" length in denim could mean an inseam of 36" or 33" there simply is no consistency.  This makes the average shopper frustrated and with good reason. 

I often hear women discuss Marilyn Monroe's size 10 to be somewhat unfathomable for being such a popular celebrity; stating things like, 'well Marilyn wore a size 10 you know, women were curvier then!'  Which, agreeably, the statement has some truth to it- famous women were a little bit curvier in the past, but the size 10 does not directly translate to a modern day size 10.  You see, the fashion industry has figured out that psychology has a lot to do with what we purchase, how we purchase, and why we purchase.  If there was a clothing store in which you wore a size 2 and another clothing store in which you wore a size 6..don't you think you would want to see more size '2's' in your closet?  Yes.  Of course- don't feel ashamed.  This is why as time progresses, the sizing has become much more skewed.  If you buy vintage clothing you will be familiar with the differences in sizing; things have become 'roomier' for us.

For men, it is all about the lengths of things.  Men prefer their t-shirts to be long and are often disappointed when the tee's shrink in the wash.  It is important to ask the sales person whether or not the t-shirt was pre-shrunk; if the answer is, 'yes', then you shouldn't expect much shrinking.  We will save laundry 101 for another day's blog, but there are benefits to washing things in a particular way.

There are a few main categories to consider for women:
  • Juniors
  • Young Contemporary
  • Misses
  • Petites
  • Plus Sizes
Juniors-  The sizes in this department are typically numbered ODD numbers.  No, they aren't peculiar-they are usually 1,3,5,7,9,11.  This department is intended for young girls typically 11-18.  Places that which carry these sizes can be department stores, abercrombie & fitch, hollister, wet seal etc.  These sizes run much smaller as they are intended to be worn by teens.

Young Contemporary- The sizes in this category are often EVEN numbers such as; 0,2,4,6,8,10,12.  This department suits young women ages 18-30ish.  Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish the difference between young contemporary and women's and usually they are mixed in the same department.  You can find these in department stores, boutiques, and others... that I really can't think of examples of.

Misses- Usually intended for middle-aged women or later.  There will be a more relaxed fit, and comfort is taken into consideration much more.  This would be stores like Talbots, J. Jill, J. Crew, Chico's, etc.

Petite- This category will run shorter in length but can also be narrower to accommodate a smaller frame.  A petite woman is more than a 'vertically challenged' woman, it is meant for a smaller bone structure too.  A good rule of thumb is when shopping petites one should size up by one size; if you wear a 0 in women's select a 2P (2 petite).

Plus Sizes- There is an expanding market for plus sizes.  Usually they begin sizing at 14 but sometimes a 16.  Department stores will carry plus sizes, as will Lane Bryant.  I am not very familiar with stores that offer plus sizing, so please feel free to comment and share suggestions.

Is my blog too long- winded?  There is so much more I can talk about but I will spare you with this last thought.  Below is a different type of sizing, usually only found on jeans.  The number to the left is what you might be more familiar with, and the number to the right represents the waist size-although not always accurate to the size that you select because there are often other contributing factors to the size of jeans we buy.


This also depends on the store, the fabric, the fit, and the clothing line so don't get too hung up on it!  And men's sizing is measured with waist and length of inseam.  The number to the left is the waist size and the number to the right is the inseam or length.

I hope that this blog entry allows you to appreciate the size that you are much more than prior to reading it.  The main purpose of this was to elaborate that sizing is irrelevant and one should ALWAYS choose fit over size.  No one sees the size inside of your pants, and if you are so concerned about it- cut the tags out!  :)

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

BOGO 1/2 off sale!

We are kicking off November with a few specials.  Going on now- Buy One Get One 1/2 Off on all Sale items.  Yes, you heard it correctly!  Buy one sale item, then get 50% off the second sale item of equal or lesser value.  We have got to make room for all of our new sweaters!

Also- help us to reach 400 facebook friends.  We will be giving away a $25 gift card at random to one of our facebook friends.  We will be doing these drawings quite often, so we are definitely worth following!  We really need your help on getting the word out!

Find us here: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Unlabeled/252764224743635

Friday, October 28, 2011

Pin This!

As many of you know, pinterest has recently covered the social-network nation with is addictive congeal of photos and hours of entertaining fulfillment.  Housing everything from; recipes, crafts, event planning, and clever insights.  If you are not familiar with this site, you must check it out.  I think even men may enjoy creating a board or two.

The general idea of the website is to "pin" something that you like, the website then gives kudos to the person who originally posted or created the item.  From there, other members can also "pin" the item you posted, along with anything else they find on the infinite web.  For instance, someone could even "pin" this blog, or any pictures from this blog.  The method is really quite ingenious, especially for bloggers.

I am going to share with you something that I think is "pin worthy":

These headbands were handmade by someone here in Oklahoma.  They have been very popular with all ages of ladies, and definitely one of our best selling items thus far.  I love how each headband is so very different, featuring vintage inspired pieces using materials like; brassy metals, shimmery pearls, and pieces of what looks to be-old books.

So if you haven't joined pinterest, you should @ http://www.pinterest.com/ and if you haven't checked out these super popular headbands, well then you should!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Shop here not there!

We are going to give you some awesome reasons as to why you should spend your hard earned dollars at Unlabeled, rather than at a big box chain retailer.  First of all, without getting too political, when you shop locally it is kind of like recycling your money.  The sales tax that is charged goes back to the city to fund projects such as; rebuilding roads and education.  Often times when shopping online, you may not have to pay a sales tax... it is actually quite a big debate right now.

A lot of big chains will say they emphasize customer service, but the truth is they have so much overhead they usually don't fork over the cash to pay enough employees to cover the sales floor.  Yes, it is smart to be conservative with the business dollar, but, it is also crucial to have more than 2 employees in a 7,000 sq ft space.  (This extensive knowledge on the topic comes from 7 years of retail experience) ;) Bottom line, we will give you very personalized customer service!

Now, let's discuss 'outlet malls'.  The fact that Oklahoma recently obtained an outlet mall is fantastic.  We totally appreciate having one here, it is a great sign of growth during an economic time when other states are truly struggling.  Indeed, no one likes to pass up a great deal, but there is a catch!  Outlet stores sometimes obtain last seasons merchandise, but they also have their own brand.  For instance; store XYZ is a really reputable brand at a very high end mall.  XYZ outlet is selling last years sweaters which were originally sold at the high-end XYZ store.  These sweaters were marked down on clearance, and still after the holiday season they remained on the racks (for whatever reason; awkward fit, too bright, too itchy, etc.).  Next to last year's sweaters XYZ is selling a brand new sweater, made specifically for the XYZ outlet store.  What is tricky about it, is the outlet malls create this 'illusion' of a really great deal, and sometimes you do get a great deal, but sometimes the stores will use the image-branding of the high-end store to promote the lower-quality sweater.   

Does that make sense?  Here's a recap:
High-end XYZ store gives last years merchandise to its sister store XYZ outlet.
XYZ outlet re-sells merchandise for a higher price than what it was on sale for at high-end XYZ
XYZ outlet also sells sweaters that are produced with lower quality construction & fabrics but can charge more because of its reputable image.

The above sums up why you should choose Unlabeled over big-box stores, but why should you choose Unlabeled over other local stores?

Well, that is totally up to you!  We think we have really cool stuff.  We feature a lot of local artists and 90% of our men's tee's were made in the USA.  Even if it wasn't made in the USA, we still have quite a few items that were fairly traded, organic, or handmade.  See you soon! :)

Wednesday, October 19, 2011


Today Only!  Buy One Get One 25% Off! 
Buy one full price item and get a second item of equal or lesser value for 25% Off!

Let's say you want these bootcut, organic, good society jeans for yourself $110.00.

Then you buy your boyfriend this track jacket by alternative apparel, which retails for $68.00- but you'll get it for $51.00. 

What's that?  You don't have a boyfriend?  Okay, so you pick up the organic denim for yourself, AND, this poncho by Mink Pink- which retails for $100- but you'll get it for $75.00!
  *Offer Only Excludes Art/ Handmade goods

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Finally Fall

If you have lived in Oklahoma for long, you will know that when the temperature's drop- there is nothing gradual about it.  We began the week with the temps in the high 80's and we can expect to see the temp drop to as long as 38.  Brr- that 40 degree drop calls for a coat, jacket, or even better....the new alternative apparel fleece pullover:

We have the pullover in 3 different colors; fuschia (above), green, and charcoal.  Let me tell you why I love it.  First off, Alternative Apparel makes it- so you know it is well constructed.  Secondly, the fleece lining has got to be what sleeping on clouds feels like; it is the softest, most luxurious feeling fleece ever.  I am not even exaggerating, I promise.  Also, it is eco-friendly by using materials like; recycled polyester, organic cotton, and naturally occuring rayon.

This sweatshirt has an off-the-shoulder neckline, which is left unfinished making it look that much cooler.  The kangaroo pouch is convenient for your hands and not unflattering.  It is a regular fit, but I think it would be great worn oversized with leggings!  For extra warmth, top it off with a scarf.  I am a creature of comfort, so it is no surprise that this is one of my favorite things in the store right now.  I just see myself wearing it on the sofa, next to a fire, sipping on hot tea...or a Sunday afternoon reading the paper.  Come by, slip it on, and I bet you'll end up wearing it out the door!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Grand Opening Wrap Up

As most of you know, we held our Grand Opening this past Saturday, October 15th.  We want to give a shout out to some people that made the event possible:

Helen & Lisa @ GOGO Sushi Express in Moore (Off I-35 and 19th St. Near Warren Theatre).  The BEST sushi and service you will find anywhere.  The sugar mama roll is a personal fave. 

Also, to Paul Riedl photography for covering the evening portion of the event.  We cannot wait to see the party pics!

To Eric Robles for our super-cool website!  We love it!

'Hey Culligan Man!'  Special thanks to Mollman's Water of OKC for providing us with bottled water.

To Erick Taylor for setting the mood with some sweet beats!  What a talented musician!

To Jeff Richardson, a realtor/broker for Oklahoma Real Estate Options, who volunteered his register operating skills all day.

And, to my mom, Lisa Mollman with Century 21 Gold Castle, who offered up her time to help us get things organized.

Super huge thank you to all the peeps that made it out!  We hope that you were well-fed, enjoyed your purchases, and had a blast.  We will post up the pictures as soon as we get them!  If you weren't able to make it out this past Saturday, have no fear, we are open Monday-Saturday 10a-7p.

Best Sellers This Weekend:

Handmade headbands by Les Beau Fleurs

 Men's Baja Hoodie
 Unisex Biking is for Lover's Tee

See ya soon!

Friday, October 14, 2011

How 'bout them jeans?

Have you heard us buzzing about our selvedge denim for men?  The coolest denim in the Okc Metro?  The jeans that you DON'T wash?  Everything you ever wanted to know 'bout them jeans you can find right here!

Let's get started with the basics:

Selvedge by definition-"the edge of woven fabric finished so as to prevent raveling, often in a narrow tape effect, different from the body of the fabric” (source: dictionary.com).  Selvedge or "self edge" is proof that the jeans are legit.  Flip them over at the bottom and see for yourself!  Below is an example:


Below is a "shuttle loom", a wooden loom from which selvedge denim is made.  This is a process that has been around since the 1800's in Japan.  Haven't heard of it?  This is why; in the 1950's there became such a high demand for jeans, mostly because of punk kids rebelling and listening to rock music, that Levi's took initiative to make some big bucks. That is when the manufacturing process became faster, more efficient, and jeans were now mass produced (this is how most of our jeans are made today).

Denim Washes- Selvedge denim will most commonly be found in a "raw wash".  We don't want to confuse you, but it is possible that denim can be a raw wash and not be selvedge.  A raw wash simply means that it is unprocessed denim, or denim in its natural state (untreated).

Dyeing Process- The reason why selvedge denim fades the way it does is because of a process called "rope dyeing".  There are two types of dyeing; rope dyeing and vat dyeing.  Most of the time your jeans will have been vat dyed.
  • Vat Dyeing- The yarns are shocked and the dye quickly penetrates to the core of the yarn.
  • Rope Dyeing- The yarns are dipped several times (30ish) and in between each 'dip' they are allowed  to dry.  This builds up layers of colors.
In rope dying, the yarns are not left in the dye baths long enough to absorb the color at the core.  This is why after time, the selvedge jeans will gradually fade, and why your massly produced jeans pretty much keep their color. 

How to wear them:
Hard!  Wear them hard.  Roll in dirt, do squat thrusts, jump up and down, wear them every day, and most importantly, DON'T WASH THEM!  At least not for a year, you can wash them sooner if it is killing you...but a full year will make them optimal.  The more you do in these jeans, the more customized and cool they will become. 

When you first take your jeans home they will feel really stiff and they will look like this:UB101
You might first even question why you purchased jeans that were so dark and stiff.  But soon you will notice the gradual changes.  Over time, the denim breaks down, loosens up, and fades.

 "Whiskers" will form around the thigh area :

Whatever you put in your pocket will have its own memoir:

And "honeycombs" will form behind the knees:

We realize that was a lot of info to pack into one small blog- so take a deep breath and absorb.  Basically, here is what you need to know:

  1. Unlabeled carries selvedge denim by the Unbranded brand
  2. The jeans come in a skinny and a straight fit
  3. They cost $78.00 (exceptionally affordable)
  4. The longer you wear them without washing them, the cooler they look
(Works Cited: Dictionary.com, Wikipedia, Unbranded brand, Rawrdenim.com)

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Cocktail Anyone?

This is a dress that deserves more than a do-it-yourself cocktail, a dress that pushes you to leave the comforts of your sofa, a dress that begs to be worn around town.  'But I have no place to wear such a dress', you might rebuttal, and we thought you might say that.  Our response-Find a place; a wedding, a charity event, the theatre, or an art show.  We believe that you might find the courage to finally give netflix a night off. 
Oh, and did you notice the beaded detailing at the bottom of the dress?  Beautiful.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Dustin Moore Art

Dustin Moore is one of the local artist's that we feature here at Unlabeled...this guy is in-sane; not literally, his art is just really, really, good!  He specializes in the pen & ink medium; focusing on animals for the subject. And when we say animals, we do not mean your typical fuzzy wuzzies, what we mean is power animals.  Yes, power animals; animals just doing what they do.  Alright, while we might have made up the term 'power animals', it was the best way to describe the pictures.  Actually, how about we post some pictures so that you all can see for yourselves just how talented this man is.

The camera does not do this work justice, so why don't you just come in and check it out for yourself?  The pieces range in prices and sizes-and we assure you, you won't be unimpressed.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Upcoming Events @ Unlabeled

We are excited to announce upcoming events and partnerships that will be held over the next few weeks.

First, we have landed a spot on KSBI New's Channel 52 "all about you", we will provide more information once the program air's.  The segment will be around fall/holiday fashion.

 And to give this business a kick in the right direction, the chamber of commerce will be here on Thursday, October 13 at 4:00 p.m. for an official ribbon cutting!  We will be serving cupcakes from Emma J's bakery and the event is open to the public.  We hope that you can join us!

The moment we have all been waiting for...Our Grand Opening Celebration! 
On Saturday, October 15 we will be open from 10:00a.m.-10:00p.m.  We sincerely hope that you can stop by and check us out!  We will be serving cupcakes, popcorn, and other treats along with champagne and drinks.  Enter to win one of our many prize drawings and enjoy live music from 8:00p.m.-10:00p.m. 

The Community Christian School of Norman (CCS) will be holding their annual silent and live auction.  All proceeds go to help pay teacher's salaries and towards new improvements of the school.  Being a private school, their funding is very limited and teacher's pay is highly dependant upon this annual event.  We will be auctioning off a gift certificate & shopping party for 5 friends.  The event will be held on Friday, October 21st. 

We think that giving back to the community is very important and we are proud to partner with the
Iota Phi Theta Fraternity for a Fashion Show to benefit the Peggy & Charles Stephenson Oklahoma Cancer Center of Oklahoma City.  The event will be held on October, 28 at 7:30p.m. at the Oklahoma Memorial Union Ballroom.  Admission is $5.00 and all proceeds will be donated to the aforementioned institute.  Please join us in promoting a good cause while enjoying a fun fashion show!

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Introduction & FAQ's

Unlabeled apparel is Norman's newest retailer for men's and women's clothing.  We offer a selection of trendy clothes, inspiring artwork, and funky novelty gifts.  Although some may say we target 18-35 year olds, we would like to think that people enjoy our merchandise at any age.  For instance, who wouldn't get a laugh out of a book titled, 'What's your poo telling you?'? 

A popular question that we often receive is, "So are your clothes, like, blank or something?"  and the answer is no and yes...but mostly no.  Allow us to elaborate; Unlabeled is this crazy concept of wearing clothes that you like wearing because they look cool and because they make you feel great.  Somewhere between the 1990's and the 2000's logo's and labels became 'the thing' and the focus on fashion was thrown by the wayside.  That is why Unlabeled apparel is bringing style and suave back to the market; with ingenious screen prints, eye-popping palettes, and one-of-a-kind designs, everyone is sure to find something. 

"What sizes do you carry?" is another question that we frequently get.  Unlabeled carries sizes 24-32 (XS-XL) for women and 28-36 (XS-XXL) for men.  Certain styles are not produced in some sizes but we do try to carry the aforementioned in most styles.  Let us emphasize that there is no sizing regulation in the United States so often people are surprised when things fit...or don't fit- but that is a topic in itself for another day's blog.

"Where do you get your stuff?" the 'stuff' comes from going to market, but also from local artists, and small companies that haven't hit it big just yet.  We tried to buy items made in the USA as often as possible, along with fair trade items, and handmade items; although the whole store is not made up of it- we gave it our best effort. 

Our store hours are Monday-Saturday 10:00a-7:00p.  You can check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or our website @ http://www.unlabeledapparel.com/.  We appreciate you reading our blog and can't wait to meet you.