1767 Showroom Opening in Nashville

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Photo by Kate Dearman 

How stunning is this showroom? Our good friend Patrick Hayes just opened up his showroom for his brand, 1767 Designs, in Old Hickory, TN this past weekend. It's been so fun to watch his brand grow over the past few years and we are so proud of him! He offers a variety of his handmade pieces, as well as a collection of other handmade items including some of my favorites like Pinch Pot Love, Lockeland Leatherworks and more!
We were able to attend his opening party that had live music, amazing desserts (my fav), and free drinks! Here are a few photos we took from the opening!

Katie's outfit: Free People tank  | Madewell shorts | sunglasses (similar here) | Lipstick

Cru's outfit: Childhoods Romper | shoes

 

Here are a few of my personal favorites from the current 1767 Designs collection.
To shop all of his handmade items, click here.
If you're in Nashville, I encourage you to stop by and check out this beautiful showroom!
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Introducing the New June Park Romper

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Say Hello to our newest pattern: the unisex romper.
This romper is perfect on any little babe and is so cozy! It's made from a super soft knit that has a good amount of stretch! They fit true to size, with a little bit of room to grow.
 
The rompers come in three colors: Sand, Steel Grey and Dusty Blush.
Take a closer look at the rompers in action:
To shop the rompers click here
Photos by: Sheila Madrigal, Katie Convertino and Jade Lott.
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June Park Blog!

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Thank you all for checking out the June Park blog! We have been planning to get a blog up for quite some time now and we are so excited to finally get it going! We will not be posting every day, but please be sure to check back for some exciting updates. We plan to share new products, photos of little ones wearing our products, and some of our favorite handmade shops, as well as sharing a little bit about our everyday lives, style, and the city we call home. Please feel free to make suggestions, ask questions, and let us know what you would like to see on the blog!

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