If you love Baltimore, interior design, coffee shops, effortless style or just plain being inspired, you probably already know about Su & Lou. It’s not news to us that they are the sisters we need in our lives to tell us we look great in that outfit and to give us the secret scoop on how to reconfigure our tiny living room to look like something out of Architectural Digest.
Mandy and Ali, the sister duo behind Su & Lou, started their blog as a creative outlet. Scrolling through their Instagram feed you will see that they have a unique style that is fresh, new and minimalist-chic. I was drawn to their account originally because of their aesthetic has a very clear Baltimore flare. Since 2018, the Su & Lou feed has transformed from the creative outlet to incorporate quality merchandise. In 2020 they launched full throttle into business-ownership with the release of their ‘BMORE KIND’ t-shirt.
The really exciting news!
Shortly after we wrapped on filming the Wander Home: Baltimore project, I messaged Mandy and Ali in hopes of learning about their t-shirt process. I did a cartwheel when they agreed to collaborate with me on this extra special project.
I wanted to raise money for Art with a Heart, the founder and executive director Randi may be the proudest resident of Baltimore. She is what I would call a Baltimorean in the best sense of the word: smart, resilient, creative, kind, assertive and willing to learn.
Fundraising for a creative organization required creative minds. Su&Lou spearheaded a custom t-shirt design for me that is bold yet simple, a perfectly stark contrast. Proceeds from the sale of each shirt will go directly to Art with a Heart!
Head on over to Su & Lou to order your Baltimorean t-shirt! There are limited quantities and come in XS-XXL, unisex sizing. The shirts would not be possible without further, local collaboration with the Baltimore T-shirt Co
Big round of applause for these two creative entrepreneurs – I am proud to know them! We should all go out of our way to support businesses like Su & Lou. I owe them again and again for encouraging me to leap with this project and holding my stressed out hands the entire step of the way- thank you!!!!!!