| mama musing // shopping list |

Anyone else have a mountain of wishlists scattered around the inter-webs? I love shopping and wanted to share my favorite places.

For those of you who have followed along with Doe and Fawn you know I love a good little shop that supports lovely women. I have compiled a shopping list featuring some beautiful shops and brands. 

I would love to grow this list, where are your favorite places to shop?

Local Love // Columbus

Splendor Revival




Under Aurora

Local Love // Philadelphia 

Moon and Arrow


Meadowsweet Merchantile 

 Vagabond Boutique 

Mama Owned //

Found Company

Rudy Jude Co

Commune Folk 

Apples and Forts

Bohème Goods

I Feel Pretty 

I have always been a firm believer that your skin is something that is the base to any good style. Over the past few years I have strived to move to a more natural and more importantly cruelty-free skin routine.




Urb Apothecary

Cool Mama //

For those of us whose mom uniform has no leggings in sight, at least outside of the house. 


Christy Dawn



Worn Collective

Right now they are just for little ones but they have a line for mamas on the way and I can only imagine! 


The Bee and The Fox 

| mama musing // dôen collective |

colony embroidered gauze dress

whipstitch sweater

Have you guys checked out Dôen yet? After stumbling upon some of these breathtaking photos on Instagram I knew I had a major brand crush. I wanted to share my favorite pieces that leave a puddle of drool on my iPad. Think Jane Birkin with two naked babes on each hip in the French country, with a Cali girl twist. Perfect swoon-worthy pieces for any modern mama!

 Ran by a collective of 7 women, and founded by two sisters Margaret and Katherine Kleveland who wanted to bring a strong female ran business to the LA fashion scene. This is business ran by women who wanted to empower the women who design, make and wear their clothes. Based in LA, this company strives to stay local, but when they venture out to India, Peru or staying in LA they utilize factories owned, or co-owned, by women. Each season they are dedicated to designing one children’s garment that has 100% of its proceeds go to a charity dedicated to closing the gender gap. That’s girl power! 

source embroidered gauze top

yearling by dôen children’s poncho