When I got the chance to do a review for the Happy Green Bee, I didn't know what I was going to pick because my niece would look great in any of the clothes no there. I finally ended up picking the Calypso Pants as you can see in the photo paired up the a very cute dress you can get from Happy Green Bee as well. I just fell in love with this dress and I knew she was going to love it. And I was right she loved it and oh trust me she wears this dress everywhere. She will wear it one day, her mom will wash it and before it can even get done drying she has it right back on. It got so bad that mom had to hide the dress from her daughter and still that didn't even work. She throw a fit till her mom told her where the dress was.
A little bit of history on Happy Green Bee:
Born mid-century in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Roxanne Quimby developed an early passion for the arts and nature that was to become the central theme of her future business philosophy. In 1975, after receiving her BFA in Painting from the San Francisco Art Institute, Roxanne moved to a small town in central Maine, where she used her life savings to buy her first 30 acres of woods. She built a small cabin where she and her twins, Hannah and Lucas, lived in harmony with nature for almost fifteen years without electricity, running water or other modern conveniences.
In 1989, Roxanne and her partner Burt, a beekeeper and refugee from New York, started Burt's Bees, a cottage industry which quickly evolved into an internationally renowned personal care company with a core commitment to pure ingredients, naturally efficacious formulas and earth-friendly packaging. In 2003, Roxanne sold the now multimillion dollar company, while continuing to serve on the Board of Directors and helping ensure the company maintains its commitment to natural integrity. Read More:
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