Hi, friend! I'm Kelsey, the maker behind June and Clover.
Growing up, I'd always had a love for all things aesthetic. I've felt drawn to textiles for as long as I can remember, and knew that one day I'd venture into making my own garments. When I lost my grandfather in 2018, I had a handful of his old clothes that I kept to repurpose for my future children. Since they wouldn't be able to ever meet him, this felt like a way I could honor him, and give my babies a way to feel connected to their history. My grandparents' home was in a quiet town in Connecticut, nestled on a street called Clover Lane. It's a place that 4 generations of my family has vivid memory in. When my husband and I had our first daughter Penelope June, my love for handmade garments and slow fashion took new purpose. Honoring the tradition and past of my family while embracing the future and newness of my growing family, June and Clover was born.
In the same way, my dream for this brand is to craft thoughtfully made garments of heirloom quality, so they can be part of your family's past and future, too.
All garments are made in small batches in my home sewing studio. I prioritize using secondhand and upcycled fabrics, and also do my best to source organic fabrics when possible. Given that I, most of the time, am using fabrics only available in small amounts, I cannot guarantee any sizes or amounts in any specific fabrics.