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2017 Sustainable + Local MN Gift Guide

Dec 4, 2017

Our hearts are happy to know there are so many shops doing great things in the Twin Cities. This holiday season, we want to lift up a few of our favorite makers and companies who share our values: Sustainability, community, beauty and art.

How to Prevent Delayed Stains from Crashing Your Party

Nov 1, 2017

It's a whole lot easier to get rid of unwanted guests before they become permanent residents.

Fall Family Fashion: One-Stop Shopping on Selby

Oct 8, 2017

Park once and score twice! The intersection of Selby & Snelling avenues in St. Paul has grown to be a neat little culmination of modern fashion. We want to highlight two unique stores carrying some extra adorable fall finds for kids and grown-ups: Teeny Bee Boutique and Spoils of Wear.

Local Linen

Jul 6, 2017

Summer days welcome our favorite linen tops, dresses and sheets. It’s the perfect warm-weather textile and it outlasts cotton by generations. But where does linen come from? How is it made? Are there local sources of linen for people in the Twin Cities?

Minnesota Gift Guide

Dec 6, 2016

Being a customer of Skylark is one environmentally positive thing you can do, and this holiday season we want to introduce you to some companies that value sustainability and ethics. Brighten up your shopping experience by feeling good about where these gifts come from.

Free Garment Bag Offer

Jul 14, 2016

Through 8/1, get a free Skylark Reusable Garment Bag (!) with an order of $30+ with coupon. Great for the environment because it eliminates that ubiquitous dry cleaning plastic.

What makes us unique? We treat each garment as one of a kind.

Apr 14, 2016

Clothes are as individual as their owners, and that’s how we treat them. Here are just a few of the ways we meet each garment’s unique needs.

The Ugly Truth About Dry Cleaning

Apr 21, 2015

If your clothes come back from the cleaners smelling like chemicals, they’re not actually clean.

Sure, the dirt’s gone. But that smell? That’s a toxic chemical your dry cleaner uses. And it’s “off-gassing” from your clothes into the air you and your family breathe.