Raising Dottirs

Introducing: Eco Packaging!

On Earth Day of this year, we made a promise to our customers to explore ways in which we, as a company, could reduce our carbon footprint. One of the...

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Our First Giveaway

Today we launched our very first Dottir giveaway on Instagram-- you could win a $100 gift card to the shop and it couldn't be easier to enter! Just head over to our...

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Christmas in Iceland

Despite December being the darkest month in Iceland, the country is aglow during this time of year with both the Northern Lights and glittering Christmas lights adorning homes and businesses....

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12 Days of Dottir

  We're so excited to launch our "12 Days of Dottir" promotion tomorrow, December 7th. Each day, we'll be marking down one item we love at up to 40%! We've...

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Dottir's Guide to Shopping Small

Happy Small Business Saturday! This holiday season, more than ever, it's critical to support small businesses. Dottir is based in Richmond, Virginia, a thriving, creative city filled with artists, makers,...

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Tunglið

The word for "moon" in Icelandic is tunglið (pronounced "toon-glid"). Did you know there is a publisher called Tunglið in Iceland who only prints books during a full moon (and then...

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Dottir's first big SALE

Happy Friday! Congratulations on surviving another week of the longest year ever. We're rewarding you with our first ever sitewide SALE: 20% off your entire purchase from now through Sunday...

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Away We Go!

Dottir Shop is live! We're so excited to finally be able to open up after months of delays due to Covid 19. We're launching with an assortment of dresses, tops,...

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Hello, Dottir!

Hello and welcome to Dottir! I am so excited you're here. I've been dreaming of opening an online store for years and in January of 2020, I finally started the process...

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What is a Dottir?

Dottir Shop is inspired by Iceland in many ways. Dóttir is part of the surname given to girls in Iceland, rather than a family name. Iceland is not only a country...

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