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About the Store

Dandelion Post was founded in 2015 in Oakland, California. We source women’s clothing, accessories, and textiles with an emphasis on independent designers and socially conscious companies that showcase artistry, creativity, and craft. The Dandelion Post style is casually chic and free-spirited, with a rough edge or two. To this end, We carefully select every article in the shop with an eye towards quality, sophistication, and a little sense of humor. 

Owner Jaime is a maker at heart. She learned to sew at age seven, sparking a life-long interest in craft, design, and textiles. She will choose the humble chocolate chip cookie over any dessert unless there is a peanut butter cookie in the mix. Her oldest article of clothing is a fitted v-neck sweater that was once black and is now bluish. It's still in her closet because it is a timeless piece that once belonged to her mom. She is at the shop most days with shop dog Charlie. 

Dandelion Post, Oakland women's clothing boutique2016 photo by Lauren Edith @laurenedithphoto via 24east.com

Location

4243 Telegraph Ave, Oakland CA 
510 858 3742

Tuesday-Friday 11am to 7pm 
Saturday 11am to 6pm 
Sunday 11am to 5pm  
Closed Mondays


Submissions

To have your brand/line/work considered please email the following information to hello@dandelionpost.com.

Include photos or a lookbook, line sheet, website link, instagram handle, and brand story. We want to know who is making the products and where.  

We get a high volume of submissions and are not always able to respond to everyone. 


Brands/Wholesale

We are interested in small brands, local designers, and handmade goods. We prefer things to be produced in the USA, but understand that some factories abroad include ethical and sustainable practices.