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Earthshine Apparel utilizes high quality organic/sustainable fabrics and low-impact dyes to create conscious clothing that's made to raise your frequency and awaken your inner goddess. 

Each design is patterned by hand and field-tested to ensure maximum durability, comfort and functionality. I strive to make apparel that's both comfortable and stylish for any occasion, whether its frolicking at a festival, wandering in the forest, relaxing with yoga or spending time at home. I truly believe that there is an energy exchange that occurs when constructing clothing and I take extended measures to ensure that each item is created with love and pure intention that you can feel when you wear it. 



Earthshine Apparel is a one-woman show - everything from designing, sewing, dyeing, website creating, photography, social media and so much more is all done by Devin Rose, the sole maker behind the brand. 


Founded in 2018, Earthshine apparel was born when my love for sewing met my passion for environmental sustainability. I was taught to sew at a young age by my Grandma Rose, who passed her sewing machines on to me which I still use to create each garment. This sparked a love for sewing that continued on through middle and high school, where I was heavily involved in theatrical costuming and historical garment construction. As much as I loved it, I felt more strongly called towards environmental protection and didn't see how sewing fit into the picture when I envisioned my future. For several years, I left sewing behind to pursue a degree in Geology. But through all that, I still felt like something was missing.


During my last year of college, I discovered music festival culture at the first Tipper and Friends event and everything started changing. I discovered slow fashion shortly after, and the puzzle pieces really clicked together at Oregon Eclipse festival the next year where I connected with other makers on similar paths. I felt a surge through my very being as all of these elements of my past which I was so passionate about fused together into one beautiful picture. Is this ikigai? I sure think so. 


As soon as I got back from Oregon Eclipse, I immediately converted my dining room into a sewing studio and got to work. Earthshine Apparel was born shortly after, and the rest is history. To this day I still work as a Hydrogeologist in Florida, but it was this job that allowed me to start playing with fabrics again and for that I'm grateful. Through my experiences sewing as a child, historical fashion and costuming in high school and learning about environmental protection in college, I was able to build a strong foundation for my brand.

But most of all, everything I do is to honor my Grandma Rose. I know she would be proud to see my creations and how far I've come. 


Hemp and Bamboo fabrics are not only better for the environment, but they're better for you!

These organic fabrics are antimicrobial, meaning they resist bacterial and mold growth and prevent odors. They also have thermo-regulating properties which mean they breathe well in the summer and keep you warm in the winter. Bamboo and hemp fabrics are hypoallergenic and are so soft and comfortable against the skin, making them perfect for those with sensitivities. Both fabrics have a strong durable fiber structure, meaning your garments will last for years with proper care! Unlike cotton fabrics, bamboo and hemp are biodegradable and are both grown without pesticides, making them a great choice for environmental sustainability. 


Earthshine Apparel practices mindful creation. Each item is hand dyed using low-impact procion dyes and conservation measures are taken to ensure minimal water and materials are wasted. All scrap fabric that is created during the construction process is collected and utilized, whether it be for packaging or to construct scrap-work pieces, in order to reduce as much waste as possible. 

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