Artboard Created with Sketch.

My Bag

You have no items in your cart


{ cart.total_price | money Currency.currentCurrency }

Domestic Shipping


{ products.first }

Tax and Shipping will be calculated at checkout

Size Chart

Measurements are in inches and refer to body size, not garment measurements.

Size 00
Bust 32.5
Waist 25
Hip 35
Size 22
Bust 33.5
Waist 26
Hip 36
Size 44
Bust 34.5
Waist 27
Hip 37
Size 66
Bust 35.5
Waist 28
Hip 38
Size 88
Bust 36.5
Waist 29
Hip 39
Size 1010
Bust 37.5
Waist 30
Hip 40

Measurement Tips


Bring arms to your sides, place tape measure under your arms
and run it around the fullest part of the bustline.


Locate the natural crease of your waist by bending to one side. Loop the tape measure around
your natural waistline, keeping one finger between the tape and your body for an easy fit.


Place feet together, loop the tape measure around the fullest part of your hips,
approximately 7 inches below your waistline.

The Checklist

Femme to Table

 Before the spread of covid-19 my meals were a given, and mostly determined by Seamless or Resy.  For two months, I've been in quarantine with my husband and daughter in our 1,000-square-foot garden apartment in Brooklyn.  

  Our time in quarantine has given me the headspace to seriously explore where our food comes from.  I'm newly awake to the fact that a food choice is a vote for a larger system.  These systems determine our health, the planet's well being, the livelihoods of so many people and even politics.  By the same token, food deeply connects us to the earth and to each other.  Here is our roundup of women farmers, grocers and food entrepreneurs, all supportive of systems that get our vote.  

Rally on,
Olive Oil

Aishwarya Iyer created Brightland olive oil after discovering why typical olive oil was making her sick. Brightland sources their olives by hand from a single California farm and uses absolutely no fillers or preservatives. Their beloved blends are filled with polyphenols and antioxidants your body will thank you for.


Shop Now
1 of 
Organic Produce

Amber Waves Farm is the organic brainchild of friends Amanda Merrow and Katie Baldwin. With almost 30 acres across Amagansett and East Hampton, Amber Waves has grown into one of the country's premier educational farm centers.


Shop Now
2 of 
Grain-Free Tortillas

Veronica Garza created Siete Family Foods after her own health crisis led her to a low-inflammation, grain-free diet. From almond flour tortillas to dairy-free queso, Siete is a go-to for health driven mexican food.


Shop Now
3 of 
Plant-Based Meal Delivery

If delivery is your thing, Sakara Life is one of the healthiest choices you can make. Their plant-based meals are organic, nutrient dense, and designed to help you achieve optimal health.  Enjoy 20% off your first order with code XORALLIER.


Shop Now
4 of 

Jessica Koslow's Sqirl jam is a cult favorite crafted from organically farmed, locally sourced produce and fair trade sugars. Her cookbook is also a worthwhile quarantine investment.


Shop Now
5 of 

The Greene Grape is a beloved grocer that specializes in ethically sourced food from small businesses and family farms. When owner Amy Bennett was starting out, she asked a food industry partner for a female grocer mentor. He had been in the industry for over 40 years and couldn't think of a single one. Luckily, Amy opened anyway.


Shop Now
6 of 
Artisan Organic Cheese

Sue and Peggy's Cowgirl Creamery crafts cheese from local, organic and sustainably sourced ingredients. They have a well earned, decades old following and a beloved cookbook too.


Shop Now
7 of 
Nut Milk

We learned about Three Trees through Cornucopia, one of our favorite ethical food resources. These nut milks are the cleanest on the market and made from four times more whole organic nuts and seeds compared to other leading brands.


Shop Now
8 of 

Purely Elizabeth's granola is our go-to snack in quarantine. It's non-GMO, organic and made from nutrient rich ingredients.


Shop Now
9 of 
Organic Grains

Maine Grains serves freshly-milled, organic and heritage grains sourced exclusively from the American Northeast. These are a beautiful option for all your homemade baking projects (here's one for the banana bread people!)


Shop Now
10 of 
Farm and Restaurant

Hell's Backbone Grill is best described as a very special place. Chef-owners, Jen Castle and Blake Spalding, follow Buddhist principles with a commitment to sustainability and community responsibility. While they are closed due to covid-19, their online shop ships nationwide. Stock up on exceptional cookbooks, spices, cookie mixes, granola and more.


Shop Now
11 of 
Organic Spices

Spice Tree Organics was founded by two moms after learning about the additives, colors and byproducts in conventional spices. Spice Tree offers gorgeous, organic, clean spices with recipe ideas to match.


Shop Now
12 of 
Local Produce

Rise & Root Farm was created by four women with a common goal to bring justice and equity to the local food economy. Their sustainably grown produce can be ordered online by Wednesday for Friday pickup at the adored Union Square Greenmarket in Manhattan.


Shop Now
13 of 
Grass Fed Meat

Vegetarian turned butcher, Kate Kavanaugh, created Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe to bring transparency and restorative practices to the meat industry. Their animals are always humanely and sustainably ranched within a 250 mile radius of their location in Denver. In response to Covid-19, they have set up a pickup and delivery system that benefits local farmers and laid off restaurant workers.


Shop Now
14 of 
Baked Goods

Reem Assil is an award winning chef who brings community building, social justice and sustainability to Arab baked goods. The food at Reem's is filled with flavor and warmth.


Shop Now
15 of 

Shop the Story

More from The Ralliers


What You Find When You Lose Yourself In Motherhood

Amidst the chaos, I hope you'll look up one day and see this family, the one you always wanted, and realize that you created it.

Read Post

Small Beautiful Things

Effortless Summer Style

I want what I wear to feel easy.

Read Post