“Most people in the United States only wear about 20 percent of their wardrobes. That means that 80 percent of the clothes are languishing in their closet being unworn,” Nancy Dilts says.
Shops & Business
Foss Swim School opened its newest location in neighboring Richfield this past March. With over 9,000 sq. feet of space with five bathrooms, 14 changing stalls and a 2,508 sq.
Elevated Knit Set
Knit set Free People $198; Bracelets Pink: Curio Cities $40; White and gold beads: Butterfly Social $40
Last spring, mother-daughter duo Mitra Vahhaji and Shireen Amehdi found themselves with more free time during quarantine to dip into their creativity.
With a passion for unique fashion, 2015 Edina High School grad, Catherine Ware created her own vintage clothing business, Ware Vintage.
Crafting unique gifts from the heart, Edina resident Rachel Silberman started her own gift boxing business Luxjoy & Comfort with the intent of sharing happiness with others.
With Earth Day around the corner on April 22, it seems fitting to show some appreciation for Edina’s Green Business Recognition initiative which implements plans to help the community reach a more environmentally sustainable future.
If you’re planning to travel for spring break, be sure to keep up those COVID-19 protocols and safety practices.