Motherhood and Small Shop Blog
Sun & Lace is Now in Nordstrom!
We are thrilled to announce that you can now find your favorite Sun & Lace shoes in Nordstrom stores across the country! Our shoes are currentl...
Sun & Lace is among Daymond John's Top Picks!
We are honored to be chosen as one of Daymond John's top picks for Black Entrepreneurs Day! We are honored and grateful to be included on this lis...
The Hard Facts Behind Soft-Soled Shoes
By: Jena Schultz, PT, DPT - Driving Development When a little one begins walking, barefoot is best whenever possible. However, it isn’t alway...
Shop Our Brick-and-Mortar
Sun & Lace now has a brick-and-mortar! Shop with us in-person at 160 E. Main Street, Stoughton, WI. Hours: Mondays: 4-7pm Thursdays: 2-5pm Sat...
It’s officially holiday season, and with every aspect of our daily lives looking a little different this year, it was inevitable that the ho...
Craft Week: Meet the Maker Recap
This last month I had the pleasure of being a part of the American Craft Council's San Franciso Bay Area Craft Week. If you weren't able to attend...
Baby Halloween Costume Ideas
Halloween is near, and while halloween might look different for all of us this year, we can still have a bit of fun dressing up! While there ...
September Monthly Favorites
The first day of fall is quickly approaching, so we’ve put together a list of our favorite items this month and we’re sure you’ll love. The S...
Monthly Favorites: August 2020
I've rounded up some favorite baby and kid products for the month of August! Check out these genderneutral options as well as kids' books for learning about diversity and an art print supporting migrant families.
DIY Rainbow Daisies
DIY rainbow daisies are a fun project to do with littles for St. Patrick's Day or on a day when you're stuck inside.
Supporting Slow Fashion: 3 Ways to Be a Part of the Movement
The slow fashion movement takes a stance on sustainability in the fashion industry by supporting eco-friendly materials, encouraging second-hand shopping and redesigning old clothes, supporting small shops, as well as investing in pieces that will last for years. Here are three ways that you can make a difference in the consumer industry and take part in the slow fashion movement:
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