Uniqlo / Suno

I love when designers collaborate with retailers to create special capsule collections, so when I found out that two of my favorite stores were working together to create a rad summer line, I ran IN THE RAIN to check it out. (Yep, used the word ‘rad.’) And hallelujah, it was worth it, because what I found was soooo beyond rad.

Suno, a funky, artsy, print and pattern centric clothing line created by Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty in 2008, teamed up with Uniqlo to create an inexpensive, colorful, and cool collection from May 20th (I am late) until the end of August. Pretty, floral, different, and affordable.

Birds view....not as fun to take these pictures when I am not pregnant, but a fun view from up top wearing these patterns together.

Birds eye view of top and pant….these pictures aren’t as fun to take un-pregnant.

Spearmint o fun!

Spearmint o fun!

The look.

The look.

The 'Tude.

The ‘Tude.

The striped tee for 20 bucks.

The striped tee for 20 bucks.

The crazy looking pants. For 30 bucks.

The crazy looking pants. For 30 bucks.

More options!

More options!

And more.

And more.

So, go to Uniqlo before it sells out so we can all be ultra-hip and  full of ‘tude and sass in our melange of colors and patterns. Hope you are having a great week! I am heading off to Oregon for the summer on Friday so I’m busy freaking out, packing, and organizing!!

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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    • Thank you! No traveling tips from me right now — last two travel trips have been far from stellar.

  1. I was in New York for a wedding a earlier in June and stopped in that Uniqlo store on 5th Avenue. ENORMOUS! Kind of crazy. I looked at the collab but didn’t buy anything.

    • The 5th Avenue store is amazing. They now have a photo booth for free pictures, and I want to take my kids and husband there, just to get free photo booth pictures (lame?)

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