Designs That Are Fresh, Meaningful and Spirited
First of all, thanks so much for stopping by and checking us out! Slightly Buddha is my personal baby (my other babies include my teenage son, daughter and dog) and this business is a manifestation of my love for yoga, art, clothes and good vibes.
3 Things We Live By: Gratitude, Integrity and Compassion.
We are truly thankful for every order we get. It's very easy as a consumer to stick with what's tried and true. Ordering from a small business can be a leap of faith. We appreciate our customers taking this leap and supporting a woman owned small business. Having so many repeat customers make us know we are getting it right. Every order is an opportunity to help women look and feel good and express themselves. Life Is Good!
We offer great value to our customers: Our clothes will hold up well over time. We look for fabric that will wear well and feel good after many washes.
We have sustainability in mind: We do all of our printing and embroidery locally and are aiming to get more and more items made locally. We use water based inks in our printing to minimize environmental impact and use recycled boxes and poly-mailers. As time goes on and Slightly Buddha grows, we aim to merge sustainability, aesthetics and value as much as possible.
We realize that successful businesses make customer's satisfaction their top priority. One of our core values is to ALWAYS do right by our customer. Check our reviews to read about how our customers feel about their experience with us!
At Slightly Buddha, we donate a portion of our proceeds to charity.
However, we believe that compassion does not have to mean monetary gifting! Compassionate action can take so many different forms: Choosing a vegetarian meal, a smile at a stranger, a hug for a friend in need, letting a hurried mother jump ahead in line at a supermarket. These small acts of kindness cost nothing and lead to a gentler, more compassionate world.
Small deeds matter!
Thank you so much for shopping with us : )
"What we think, we become."