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June Goodness

Posted on 08 June 2018

Visit Us at Temescal Street Fair
 Come say hi to us on Sunday, June 10th from noon - 6pm at the 15th Annual Temescal Street Fair. We're booth #145 at Telegraph & 49th. There will be live music, craft beer, delicious food, and local artisans along Telegraph between 41st & 51st Streets. This will be our only summer show and a one stop chance for discounted Field Day dresses. It's finally summer and time to have some fun in the sun!
Reversible Wrap Tops in Black / Black Floral are here
At long last, we have received our Reversible Wrap Top in black / black floral! In perfect timing for the warming weather and long days. This two-in-one crop top pairs beautifully with our Bae Skirt in Black Challis or any other high waisted bottom. 
Nervine Print Dresses going fast!
We are down to the last few styles and sizes of all of our Nervine print dresses from our Spring/Summer collection. These dresses have been a hit and so much fun to see our customers wearing out in the world. If you have had your eye on one of these styles but haven't made the move yet, now is the time before we are completely sold out! Click below to see what's left:
 
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Many Moons in Stock
This magical workbook is back in stock helping us get in touch with the phases of the moon and our own intuition. In the Many Moons workbook, questions are asked and exercises are suggested to help you with your own self-empowerment. These workbooks imagine a world where witches, women, femmes, and weirdos make their dreams come true, help others and the greater collective in service of their higher self and spirit.
Another Month with Calamity Sam
If you haven't been by the shop this last month to view the work of Calamity Sam, it's not too late! Our walls will be adorned with her artwork for another month. Come check us out this June and see Dot.Line.Shade.
Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice occurs at the exact time the Earth's tilt toward the Sun reaches its maximum. This year it falls on June 21st at approximately 6:07am. Summer Solstice marks the longest day of the year and the first day of summer, and with that comes renewal, life, fertility, and hope for an abundant summer harvest. Some traditional ways to celebrate and honor this day are to tend to your garden, feast with your community, and adorn yourself with herbs and flowers. Field Day wishes you a Merry Solstice!
 

"It was June, and the world smelled of roses. The sunshine was like powdered gold over the grassy hillside."

― Maud Hart Lovelace

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