Spring 2019 Colors

We are a month into spring and we are officially breaking out our warm weather styles. That’s reason enough to celebrate, amirite? Well here is one more reason, there are new colorways in the studio!

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One of my very favorite parts of the design process is hunting for new textiles. You probably already know that Two Days Off pieces are made from deadstock fabrics. Deadstock is essentially overruns of fabric that often would be discarded or end up in a landfill. I also focus on finding natural fibers that are comfortable and durable, typically have an environmentally gentler manufacturing process, and can be recycled or biodegrade after the garment has been well loved. I am also a stickler for the weight and quality of the fabric opting for medium to heavy weight linens and cottons that are soft on the skin and yet sturdy. Taking all of that into account, it is truly a hunt to find deadstock that check those boxes and matches the Two Days Off aesthetic.

That’s why this spring I am so happy to have found two new fabrics to expand our core pieces, the Olivia top and dress, the Indya cami and dress, and the Suki top. In addition to the natural ecru white, cactus green, and slate blue linens currently in stock, we have a new marine green linen and a classic black and white gingham.

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The marine green linen is a beautiful teal color that reminded me of the color of the pacific when you are standing at the end of the Santa Monica pier. The cotton gingham is a quintessential pattern that immediately reminds me of outdoor picnics and easy sun dresses.


Both of these fabrics are available now and more photos of our classic styles in these new colors will be online in the coming days. And I am busy at work with a few other new things like a couple of new styles and expanded sizing so stay tuned for that!