As you may know, we don't do Black Friday. Last year, with the impacts of the pandemic at the fore, we came up with a plan to donate to five different organizations each week starting the week before Native American Heritage Day and going through the week of Christmas. With your help we were able to donate a total of$5,377to some amazing organizations both local and national, likeFIG, First Nations Covid Relief Fund, Fair Fight, Flint Water Fund and National Network for Youth. You can learn more about the details in our recap newsletter from 2020 here!
This year, we're so excited to bring back Five Weeks of Giving! Starting today November 16th, we'll be donating 10% of our total sales from the week to a different organization, plus offering you 15% off one surprise style for that week only.
We've got some good things lined up! Sign up for the newsletter to learn which style will be 15% off that week! Want to make sure your purchases go toward a cause you care about? Check out our donation calendar in the newsletter to sync up purchases with your preferred non-profit organizations, or feel free to donate to them directly – we'll always include a link to do so!
This week take 15% off the Cielo Top + 10% of our sales will be going to AAFE!Explore the Cielo Top
NAGUISA (næˈgiːza), in japanese: the pattern the surf of the sea draws on the shoreline. Naguisa was born in the summer of 2012 on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, the result of the union between product designer Claudia Pérez Polo and architect Pablo Izquierdo López. We mapped out a route with a clear destination to which we stuck tenaciously: to give life to beautiful shoes that would adapt to each person’s feet. Because what’s the point of having pretty shoes if you can’t walk in them? We navigated the immense ocean of handmade manufacturing and found a great ally in jute. The goal then became a little more challenging: to revive this strong, natural material, giving it a beautiful shape and making it utterly functional.Shop Here
A few weeks ago we hosted our first fit clinic with four very gracious volunteers. What did we learn? That every single body is unique, that women with the same measurements didn't necessarily wear the same size, that every fit model's face lit up when they felt good in their clothes. You could see their posture shift, their confidence grow, and that feeling of "hey, I look damn good!" radiating off of them. And that is what we're working towards – that's the power of clothing that finds a home on a body, the power of body positivity in fashion.
With this year's more even keeled pace of creation, our goal is to be intentional about the fit of our clothing across all sizes. We know that it may be nearly impossible to create a product that works for everyone, but boy are we determined to do our very best anyways! To start out, our styles will be offered in sizes 2XS - 4XL (numeric sizes 0 - 20), and you can take a look at our Size Chart and How to Measure Guide in the new "Sizing" section of the website. We encourage you to refer to these charts to find your perfect fit!Shop the Spring Collection
As summer takes it's final bow and we move into crisper days we're making room for the cozy knits and quilted goodness that's just around the corner! Summer favorites like the Jude Crochet Pants, Gaby hand woven tanks and siesta shorts are now on markdown and can easily carry you through multiple seasons.Explore Summer Markdowns
Kordal Studio is a clothing brand that creates quality, responsibly made garments that exemplify the possibilities of sustainable design. All collections are designed and produced in an ethical manner by designing garments that are not trend focused; by using natural, organic, and recycled textiles; and by paying our workers a fair wage.