Thursday, April 28, 2011

mapel introduces Ships a'Hoy

Hop aboard this season wearing the latest Nautical trend. The nautical look was made fashionable by Coco Chanel in the 20's. Now you can honor the style icon by wearing this nautical chain-cable bracelet. $18

Pair with the matching Nautical Chain Necklaces $28 - featured on Happy Hour this week.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

U + Earth Day = FREE Tee

This week, in place of a Daily Happy Hour Mapel Boutique Celebrates You & Earth Day!

Mapel understands the importance of taking care of you, our customer, and our Earth. So we're giving away a FREE Threads For Thought tee shirt with every apparel purchase of $100.00 or more. Offer is valid Thursday April 21st through Wednesay the 27th in place of our Daily Happy Hour special.

You can relax knowing you're wearing a tee created with organic cotton and recycled polyester. The complimentary V neck line and extra length in the torso makes it possibly the best fitting tee on the planet.

Choose from colors Barbie or Camomile sizes XS-XL.

-Valid through Thursday April 21st until Wednesday April 27th
-Colors and size subject to availability so shop early for best selection
-Online purchaes please indicate desired size and color @ checkout "Notes" section
-Available online @ & in store @ Bridgeport Village
-U + Earth Day promo is in place of Happy Hour specials

About Threads For Thought:
Style is an attitude; it is more than what we wear.
At Threads for Thought we use sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton and polyester recycled from plastic water bottles to create clothing that is comfortable, beautiful, and socially conscious; then we donate a portion of our proceeds to charity. What we wear is as important as what our clothes are made of, and where and how they are put together.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Spring Trends

70's Spring Trend

Is it Spring time already?  You would never know living here in Portland where it rains daily and the average temperature for April is 51 degrees.  Ok, now with that said... I love the 70's Spring Trend.  Being a child of the 70's I remember my mother dressing in colorful maxi dresses, color block dresses and skirts ( I called them "hippie"), halter tops, and patch blouses (she made me a flower patch blanket taking fabric scraps and creating each petal from different fabric). Her accessories were floral headpieces, bangles, and big bags.  To honor the 70's trend Mapel has a variety of dresses that lend themselves to the feel of being free, groovy and hip.These are some of our favorite 70's dresses

Written by: Maizy Tenner