Mabo Clothing – beautifully made, comfortable + wearable
When Emily McMaster had her first daughter Ruby, she fell in love with dressing her and began making clothes for her. She quickly realized there was a market for comfortable, quality clothing with classic lines in contemporary playful designs. Mabo Clothing was born!
All of the Mabo Clothing designs are made in the US by a group of women who own a small manufacturing company up in Washington. Recently Mabo has partnered with an organization called Global Artisans in Salt Lake City (McMaster’s hometown). They train refugees to be artisans – weavers, knitters, seamstresses – and sell their goods to give them self-sufficiency and some extra income.
The mabo collection includes items such as organic cotton tees with woodland creature graphics by artist leah quinaz ($28 USD), to smocked dresses ($48 USD) and drawstring corduroy pant ($50USD).
with info from littlewillow.com