Welcome to Martha's Vineyard, where sustainable fashion meets the stunning beauty of fall! As a sustainable clothing brand nestled in this picturesque island, we're excited to share some of the best activities and places to visit during the autumn season.

North Tabor Farm Stand Chilmark

Photo courtesy of North Tabor Farm

Island Farming: Start your day with a visit to one of the island's many charming farm stands. The Grey Barn offers fresh baked breads, their own homemade cheeses, and local veggies. North Tabor Farm has a great selection of veggies and local eggs, along with fridges packed with goodies! Supporting local agriculture aligns perfectly with our sustainable ethos.

MV Trails with the Land Bank and Sheriff's Meadow

Nature Trails: Explore the island's extensive network of nature trails. Download TrailsMV App which shows you all the trails to explore! Whether you prefer a leisurely stroll or a more challenging hike, you'll be surrounded by the breathtaking colors of fall foliage and some great overlooks. Don't forget to pack your Neon Conrado Hunting Beanie to stay warm and safe on your outdoor adventures.

The Field Gallery West Tisbury

Art Galleries: Martha's Vineyard is home to a thriving arts scene. One of our favorite island galleries is The Field Gallery in West Tisbury, their sculpture field can be enjoyed at all times!

Aquinnah Cliffs and Lighthouse

Aquinnah Cliffs: Make sure to visit the iconic Aquinnah Cliffs. The vibrant red and orange clay cliffs are a sight to behold during the fall season. Plus, the view from the top is simply unforgettable.

Sustainable Shopping: While exploring the island, be sure to stop by our new shop in the Stone Bank in Vineyard Haven. Our fall collection is designed to keep you cozy and stylish while minimizing your environmental footprint.

Martha's Vineyard in the fall offers a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and sustainable living. We invite you to experience it all while dressed in our eco-friendly fashion. Enjoy the season to the fullest and support sustainable practices that help preserve this precious island for generations to come.