If you’re anything like me, you’ve browsed the Angelrox online store and yearned for one of each garment in all your favorite colors.
I love this women’s clothing brand from designer Roxi Suger for reasons I’ve gone on about before†. A quick recap, Angelrox offers:
- Made in the USA
- Woman owned business
- Small New England (Maine) company
- Celebrates bodies of all sizes in its imagery
- Beautiful colors in figure flattering silhouettes
- Comfortable, sustainable knit fabrics including organic cotton
- Great customer service
Most of these factors also make Angelrox garments moderately expensive. The prices are fair, but you’re not going to hit a big closeout sale and overhaul your entire wardrobe at a bargain price like you might at a retail giant importing its goods from low wage nations.
Angelrox is not fast fashion. Consider a purchase from them a way to shop your values and invest in a sustainable wardrobe.
You might like Angelrox if you also wear Eileen Fisher.
The Loop and the Shawl by Angelrox
Here’s a preview of the two specific pieces I’m comparing today, The Loop $38 (infinity scarf) and the Shawl $78 (wrap)
I make repeat buys of the silhouettes that I know and love. Between the Goddess dress $158, Glow gown $188, and Doublet $78, I’m dressed in Angelrox several times each week.
With most orders, I also splurge on at least one new accessory. I’m curious about many styles, and there’s always another color I’d like to see in person. You can only judge hue so well using pictures on the internet.
Accessories are the most affordable way to get my hands on the whole rainbow of Angelrox options. The least expensive choice, The Band $10, doesn’t suit my positively Medieval forehead, but I wear their fingerless gloves (Sleeves, Aria $22 or Opera $28) almost daily as a balm to my arthritic small joints.
Recently, I’ve added The Loop and the Shawl to my Angelrox collection. I ordered both in Violet, a bold magenta.