Indigo Clothing Co

Indigo, Samurai and My Daughters’ Clothing Company

My daughters have launched their own clothing company, upcycling vintage and modern pieces, and dying them using a Japanese shibori technique.

Indigo Clothing Co

Indigo Clothing Co. Products:
+ 100% natural indigo dye
+ a modern take on japanese shibori dyeing techniques
+ upcycled vintage & modern pieces
+ environmentally and socially conscious

Indigo Clothing Company Florida Photoshoot with Bengos

They started the company at the end of this past summer, and they spend most of their free time “grinding” on their business. Their eCommerce website launched recently, and I found the models’ bios especially entertaining.

Indigo Clothing Co

This company is teaching them an amazing array of life lessons from communication and negotiation skills to accounting and web design. My oldest who will be attending art college is the creative force while my middle daughter focuses on marketing, accounting, and operations.

Indigo Clothing Company Florida Photoshoot with Bengos

When I came across this video that shows the link between Japanese samurai and real indigo, I felt a cosmic connection. Their Japanese side of the family has samurai roots.

Their website is here if you want to check it out.

Indigo Clothing Company Florida Photoshoot with Bengos

p.s. Here is a video of their Maine photoshoot. It was a family vacation for some of us and a “working vacation” for the Indigo gang.

p.p.s. Here’s a photoshoot.

Indigo Clothing Company Florida Photoshoot with Bengos


By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

6 Comments

  1. Wonderful idea and it’s great that your daughters are entrepreneurs at young age. Just a suggestion – add 2-3 models who are full-figured in order to appeal to more people. Especially the dresses are great for full-figured women because they are light and covers the shape of the body. Best wishes in one day appearing on The Shark TV Show.

  2. You are such a great mom to encourage your daughters to own their own company and what it takes to be an entrepreneur. I love that they are reaching to the roots and using a Japanese technique which will be a plus for them! You must be so proud!
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  3. Awesome! I wish them great success!

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