KOKOON

boutique without borders
made with love in the USA

In my role as Style Coach, I will only suggest and recommend KOKOON clothing to you only if I think it's a good fit for you personally, but it's a line of clothing that I strongly believe in and wear myself.

Here's the evolution as to how I came to proudly represent this line:

Less then 2 years ago, my husband, Glenn, and I moved into our new home and we made the decision to care for my 97 year old grandmother. She was happy to be with family and passed peacefully in our home. Needless to say, I found that caring for an elderly lady was a full time job and I put my business on the slow burner.
I used the time well. Being a caregiver gave me the opportunity to be introspective. I figured out what I wanted and, almost as importantly, what I didn't want from my career & business.

What I enjoyed most about my business was the personal interactions, but I wanted to step away from the stress of manufacturing. After much thought, I retired my Bamboo Line permanently and  decided it would be a natural fit for my business to flow into the direction of consulting & direct sales, while continuing my passion for one-of-a-kind coats.
My plan was to shop around for a line of clothing that I could sell directly to the customer.
After much research, there was only one line that I could consider representing: KOKOON.
This brand agrees with all my sensibilities. Effortless, chic styles for women that are beautiful, yet easy to wear. BUT just as important to me was their business practices. ALL the manufacturing is done in the US and they support small, family owned companies who manufacture ethically. They do not mass produce their clothes and everything is made in small batches. Which means they continually introduce new and exciting silhouettes throughout the season (so if you like something, you need to act quickly).

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It's been said....

“There's more to clothing than just adornment.

It does more than merely change

how the world perceives us.

It changes how we perceive ourselves.”
 

― Jacqueline Carey, Naamah's Kiss

​"One should either be a work of art,

or wear a work of art"
 

― Oscar Wilde

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