Make Good got its start in 2010 when I launched a brick and mortar shop in San Diego. My focus then. As is now, is sustainability. The store grew to have the art & handmade roster of over over 150 artists on both sides of the SD & TJ border. Everything we sold at Make Good was either local handmade goods or my rescued clothing finds. The artists mainly used recycled and sustainable materials so that aligned with my love of resale fashion. This original brick and mortar business model was hard to follow since I was very hands on and personally met with all the artists. This effort though paved for spreading the word about conscious consuming which needed more attention.
I had that brick and mortar shop for 7 years and then closed due to health issues so I closed it down. But I missed the resale clothing part of my business since that was my creative outlet. So in 2019 I started having former clients over to my home for private stylings and then that turned into larger gatherings. Currently I only sell my resale finds on my Instagram @makegood but once the COVID pandemic ends and it’s safe to gather inside again I’ll have my showroom in Montecito open up by appointment and I’ll always have a glass of Casa Dumetz wine ready to pour for my guests.