Saturday, September 24, 2011

Spotlight: Pendleton

For over 140 years, Pendleton Woolen Mills has been a family owned business that shares a passion for Native American Culture and wool. Thomas Kay, a sheep farmer, English weaver, and settler in the early 1900s, built Pendleton from the ground up. Settling in Oregon, Thomas Kay's world was opened up to trade with various Native American tribes.  This rich history is visible in the prints and weavings found throughout their designs. A devotion to quality can also be seen throughout their work.

Come check out some of the great new arrivals of theirs that we have in store! 

Shearling Jacket $278
The Shearlight jacket is the perfect combination of class and comfort, it has a button attachment on the front, along with 4 hidden hook and eyes which keep the jacket closed. The hidden hooks and eyes give the jacket a chic look while maintaining it's functionality.  

Raglan Trench $478
Everyone needs a classic trench coat in their wardrobe, and the Pendleton Raglan Trench is the trench we all dream of. Perfect in every way, this trench is classic, comfortable, stylish, and functional. Beware though, once you try it on, it will be hard not to buy it.
Shift Dress $248
Not only does this dress have a style seem along the princess line, giving the dress a comfortable fit around the bust and stomach area, but it is also equipped with my personal favorite design touch, the hip side pockets. These design elements make the dress functional in almost all settings, while the length and print give the dress enough pizzazz to take it out for a night on the town.

Timberline Jacket $648
Our Pendleton showpiece, the Timberline, is the quintessential Native American printed winter coat. It is great for all occasions in the winter time, and stylish enough to wear for every occasion!
Harding Scarf $108
Another perfect example of Pendletons' spot on Native American prints, the Harding scarf is not only cute, but ideal for winterwear.

Arcadia has been so proud of our Pendleton pieces and we hope our customers love them just as much. Stop by and try some of them on before they sell out! 


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