bWilder Look 3

Brooke Wilder; bWilder; Alchemy; Symbology; Slow Fashion

"Magnetic allure personified—bold, edgy, and unapologetically chic. The essence of Fire in every stitch and silhouette."

'The Keeper' Apron Blouse

A daring blend of sexy and utilitarian, 'The Keeper' pays homage to the apron's rich history—from its ancient ritualistic uses to its modern-day fashion resurgence. "In Europe, during the Middle Ages, aprons were worn by homemakers, working people, tradesmen, and artisans." Today, this blouse is a modern reimagining of the apron's practicality and cultural significance, capturing the essence of America's melting pot.

Crafted from reversible polka dot organic double gauze with organic plaid gauze details, this top is a nod to both the artisan and the artist in you. It's a canvas for your self-expression, blending patterns and textures that cross cultural lines. This top is not just a piece of clothing; it's a statement of intent—an invitation to be bold, edgy, and unapologetically you.

'The TrackSide' Wide-Leg Tuxedo Trouser

A sartorial tribute to the enduring spirit of the railroad worker, 'The TrackSide' is crafted from grey striped cotton ticking. These wide-leg trousers are a nod to Hickory Stripe, the fabric of choice for those who built the American West. The organic grey melange tuxedo panel elevates the utilitarian design, adding a touch of elegance that perfectly complements 'The Keeper.' Durable, stylish, and steeped in history, these trousers are your ticket to a journey where fashion meets function. Designed for the modern adventurer, 'The TrackSide' trousers are as versatile as they are stylish.

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Slow Fashion Methodology

We strive always to do no harm. Ethically, ecologically, physically, emotionally or spiritually. Brooke Wilder lives in a regenerative, circular, flowing ecosystem.

"Zero Waste Is The Destination"

Botanically hand-dyed garments, compared to many other dying practices, can help to manage water waste and greatly reduce water consumption. In addition to being nontoxic, the practice is often helpful in some of our gardens and in natural spaces.