Happy Daze Cropped Jacket
Happy Daze Cropped Jacket
Happy Daze Cropped Jacket
Happy Daze Cropped Jacket
Happy Daze Cropped Jacket

Happy Daze Cropped Jacket

Mary Lo
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Only 1 units are available!

Introducing the signature cropped jacket! A slightly cropped jacket featuring a drop shoulder cut, with tilted front pockets, and personally sourced mismatched colored flower buttons. Ethically and sustainably produced!

It’s unisex and made of 100% Organic Cotton Drill making it breathable and lightweight; perfect for spring and summer.

Pre-washed, so don’t worry about shrinkage!

Digitally printed* on white cotton drill.

Both Nolan and Liz are wearing a medium.

Size Reference:

The jacket runs slightly oversized! Please refer to measurements provided below.

Small (0-6)

Chest: 109 cm / Shoulder: 60 cm / Sleeves: 52 cm / Length (from shoulder to hem): 51 cm / Waist: 93 cm

Medium (6-10)

Chest: 112 cm / Shoulder: 61 cm / Sleeves: 54 cm / Length (from shoulder to hem): 52 cm / Waist: 97cm

Large (10 - 16)

Chest: 115 cm / Shoulder: 62 cm / Sleeves: 56 cm / Length (from shoulder to hem): 54 cm / Waist: 100cm



Happy Daze is a collection inspired by items that bring daily happiness or are reminders of happiness - especially during the past year.

The Croissant: The simplest, most elegant, butter-iest treat around. A sweet cherished memory of adventures spent in France - from Paris, to Montpelier, even Biarritz. If anyone has contenders for the best croissant in Dallas, feel free to email Mary your recommendations.

Flowers: Gardening is Mary’s favorite form of relieving stress. She is currently on a propagating spree so that the Studio can house greenery everywhere. She has also been working on a tiny vegetable and fruit garden that is surprisingly left undisturbed by her two fur babies.

Bananas: A sweet little cherished fruit that is the “cherry” on top to all treats.

Snakes: Please Google “Dressed up baby snakes”

Happy Sun: Nothing is sweeter than waking up to sunshine every morning.


* Why is the fabric digitally printed, instead of screen printed?

Fabrics typically go through one cycle of washing in order to be pre-shrunk and avoid any extreme shrinkage when you wash your new purchase. In order to prevent further waste of water, digitally printed fabrics are overall more sustainable because they avoid the constant need to wash out dyes in case of bleeding. The water cannot be reused after a “dye” wash cycle because of its contamination. Thus, digital is the way to go!