Hello! And apologies for taking a bit of a blog break. It was an exciting summer, filled with travel, Agency projects, site updates, and just a little bit of rosé, and after Labor Day I found myself needing some extra time to remind myself what The American Edit is all about.
Today you’ll find a slightly updated site and over time I hope you’ll see an updated TAE – over the last year I’ve tried a lot of things, and am realizing what this site is, and what it is not. And while the core focus of sharing the best of American made will never change, I hope to spend the next few years not only introducing you to incredible product and brands, but also furthering the conversation around building a business, consuming thoughtfully within constraints, and finding your own success. I’m so thankful that so many of you take time to read this site each week and I will do my best to continue to add value to the conversation.
On the blog front, we’ve cleaned things up and simplified; I’m hoping you will find the site an even more useful resource for all things American made.
Most notably, The A-List. You’ll find many new brand additions, a pin-pointed map (this is a work in progress – bear with me, my geography skills are weak at best!), and a cleaner search categorization. I’ve also included boutiques for the first time, and am excited to share more shop profiles going forward.
I’ll be back next week with one of my favorite topics… jeans!
Let me know what you think! Have a wonderful weekend!
2 thoughts on “TAE: The A-List”
I’m so excited to see you’ve expanded the A-List. I love learning about new American brands. I noticed that you don’t have Elizabeth Suzann included in your list and thought I’d introduce you to the designer in case you’ve never heard of her. All of her clothes are cut and sewn in Nashville, TN. She’s one of my favorites. http://elizabethsuzann.com/
Thanks Bekuh! I’ve heard of Elizabeth Suzann but have yet to try on a piece – her collection is beautiful though! I only put brands on the A-list that I can personally vouch for but will seek out Elizabeth Suzann, I think a local boutique just started carrying her! Thank you for the recommendation!