I am a west coast type of person. After living on the east coast and being born along the west coast of Michigan, I know that I am a sunsets soul and not a sunrise. I find it interesting how we can have those parts of ourselves. Maybe this is why I have always resonated and loved the dreamy light of the California coast. So when Mollusk Surf Shop recently shared their dreamy look book images for fall, I just had to share them with you.
We joke here in Traverse City about being the Third Coast and if you have ever been here you would understand. The light is similar in the evenings in the summer and fall to the light that you experience on the coast of California. The weather is less temperate, but I think that is why I love the culture of California even though I have ever traveled their a few times.
If you haven’t heard of Mollusk Surf Shop you need to take a moment and check them out. Mike and I love their clothing and live in a lot of it throughout the year. Their pieces easily transition from season to season and layer well.
This year they have some really awesome sweaters and cozy pieces you won’t want to miss checking out. Many of their pieces are produced in the US and I am here to tell you they wear incredibly well considering they put up with our life of adventure and parenting.
Though living in California, fall clothing looks a little different than it does here in Michigan, I still love their pieces. Many of their sweatshirts are things I wear every day to work in and hike in any time of year. Because they use fabrics that breathe but also stand up to the winds of living on the west coast, they are so transitional.
Mike and I also sweat by any of their t-shirts. They are our favorite tees to wear every day. The fit is great and the hemp fabrics are more sustainable than cotton is for the environment.
I hope these fall coastal vibes from Mollusk get you excited for some adventurous fall days on the shoreline. Happy Thursday, friends!
See all their new arrivals in their shop and be inspired by their Instagram.