Sunday, December 27, 2020

FerrisBuilt Apparel

Lindsey is the creator of FerrisBuilt, a fairly new apparel company. She lost her company of 12 years due to the coronavirus pandemic back in February, like so many others. She had a women owned Event production company with 8 employees. As a single mom in Seattle raising twin daughters, she had to figure out what to do next. She put all of her creative effort into FerrisBuilt in July to make the best out of the situation and went full steam ahead on creating new designs and products weekly so that the shop would stay current and relevant to topics and issues at hand. She has done a great job. Even Meghan Markle rocked her RBG tee, which you can find here!
As for me, I chose items from the Mental Health line and the Pandemic line. A super comfy zip up hoodie from the Mental Health line, which I love and live in! Nearly all of us have anxiety at some point or know someone who does and can relate to an anxiety state of mind. This design is inspired by vintage collegiate styling with distressing and a university emblem representing an anxious state, including the latin words "Habeo Anxietatem" or "I have anxiety". Crafted for comfort, this lighter weight zip hoodie is perfect for relaxing. Once put on, it will be impossible to take off.
I adore this Social Distancing Beatles Abbey Road inspired tee, which Callan went ga-ga for, and so I had to find him a similar tee for Christmas. He is in love with The Beatles.

Check it all out at FerrisBuilt on Facebook, as well as FerrisBuilt on Instagram.
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