...ONLY BAD CLOTHES
We lived next to some woodlands, we played hide and seek, dug for treasures, and even had our own “secret” caves. I also proudly ate an “unknown” mushroom and broke both my wrists falling from a rope swing. My mum was not too impressed. To her relief, it was indeed the edible penny bun I had consumed and not a poisonous fly agaric. I on the other hand became the cool kid cycling to school with both arms in a cast.
It was an eventful childhood and we were out in all weather. However, I admit as I became older I quickly learned the comfort of staying in with hot chocolate (read: wine), hearty food, blankets, and the TV on. Perhaps I am not alone?I lived my life comfortably like that until it became obvious I needed to move more and get outdoors again.
"There's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes." which as it turns out is still true even with the fine British weather.I feel much better having re-discovered the outdoors and perhaps this is the reason why, I am so excited about introducing the Sittingsuit to the UK. An eco-friendly product that really encourages spending more time outside. We often hear our customers are indeed wanting to be outdoors for longer.
Mel from Ashford said about the Sittingsuits: "They are perfect when you want to spend more time outdoors”
Jeanett who went on a staycation to Isle of Harris, were able to stay out for longer she said: “known for changeable weather we used them nearly every day to sit in the dunes with a flask of coffee”
Michelle from Shepperton shared: “My Sittingsuit has become even more useful with social distanced outdoor catch-ups”
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In this enlightening interview, we delve into the artistic world of Rosso Emerald Crimson, a painter renowned for her vibrant creations and nuanced narratives.
Merging her background in International Communications and Human Rights, Rosso's work challenges societal norms and cultural biases, offering intriguing glimpses into the female psyche. Her collaboration with Sittingsuits brings her art into the realm of fashion, transforming her beloved designs into wearable art pieces. Influenced by yoga, meditation, and nature, Rosso's work stimulates senses often suppressed in our daily lives. While maintaining her artistic integrity, she navigates the commercial art industry with grace, welcoming feedback to refine her narratives and styles. With upcoming exhibits at Barcelona's MEAM Museum and the international Artdom project, Rosso continues to leave her mark on the global art scene. Read on to learn more about her artistic journey and inspirations.