The K Word loves to see a woman in a finely tailored suit, so we are sharing this for our own benefit as well as yours.
Oakland-based brand, Saint Harridan was born when creator Mary Going could not find anything to wear to her wedding.
The company mostly sells one suit, in four color options, that are tailored to fit women’s bodies perfectly.
The Lyon features a sleek masculine cut, re-engineered for women and transmen.
If you are in Atlanta, Saint Harridan will have a pop-up shop with a full size range of off-the-rack Lyon suits.
Saint Harridan’s Atlanta Pop-Up Shop
February 27 – March 2, 2014 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Their opening night party to celebrate all that is masculine-of-center
The Artmore in Midtown February 27, 2014 7:00 – 9:00 pm
If you are in Seattle, they will be there March 27-30. They also carry shirts, hoodies, and bowties.
What do you think of their offerings? See more here.
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Thanks for this great shout out to Saint Harridan. I am honored to be a
‘Saint’ model (I’m the sistah in the navy suit) and proud to be part of Mary Going’s vision. I am a choral conductor who is blessed to work with professional and community music organizations in the U.S. and abroad and I always wear my Saint Harridan suit. To be able to walk in my true skin, black, butch and dressed to the nines…just hardly gets better than that.
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That is pretty awesome on all levels.
“To be able to walk in my true skin, black, butch and dressed to the nines…just hardly gets better than that.” — LOVE THAT!!