VERRY KERRY was inspired by travel, unique experiences, feelings and a passion for sustainability and fair practices.
Combine comfort, creativity, kindness and a little bit of crazy, and you get Verry Kerry.
They sell both his + her colorful and quirky pieces from men’s button-ups, to women’s loungewear/daywear dressing gown kimonos, comfy skirts, trousers, and accessories.
FAIR PRACTICES AND ETHICAL WORKING CONDITIONS
Verry Kerry has a very strong stance on their business policies. Suppliers are chosen carefully and all manufacturing is closely monitored to adhere to safe working conditions that are fair. Verry Kerry has a policy which is above and beyond the basic legal requirements in regards to manufacturing, working conditions and environmentally friendly products.
Some of these standards include:
- environmentally friendly materials
- no child labor
- healthy working conditions
- & more
To read a little bit more about Verry Kerry’s ethical policy Click Here
I was inspired to buy my first dressing gown from the ladies who were all wearing them at a hen do (English bachelorette party) I was apart of for my friend’s wedding a few years back. Ever since then I’ve loved lounging around in one, or wearing long trench coats/ kimonos for everyday wear.
This kimono is the perfect combination of both loungewear and daywear. It has beautiful floral details giving off a sort of romantic feel and the material is soft enough to feel free and comfortable in but not to thin that you couldn’t wear it as a type of overcoat outside. I was nervous it wouldn’t be long enough for me since I am 5’11” but the length is a perfectly slimming length. The material is made with organic cotton and screen printed by hand with azo-free earth friendly dye.
They have a variety of other patterns in this kimono dressing gown style that you can shop HERE.
I fell in love with this bag the moment I opened my package. The blue and white tribal pattern is just beautiful and is ethically made as a limited edition piece by artisans partnered with the non-profit called Swechha. It is a nice large sized bag that can fit all of your essentials (I will be bringing it along with me on our travels) and is made with cotton and animal-friendly rexine and has a water-resistant lining.
They have a few other bags and accessories made in different parts of the world with other colorful patterns that you can shop HERE.
They also have a whole lineup of men’s pieces like their colorful/playful buttons up, dressing gowns and blazers.
CLICK HERE to shop their pieces and read more about Verry Kerry.
These pieces were gifted by Verry Kerry. All opinions are our own and written honestly. At Sutton + Grove we feature brands and businesses that we truly love and believe fit within a conscious lifestyle. Read More HERE