Sending love from a Windy Peak in Montana.
All Things Vintage + Sustainable
Windy Peak Vintage is a shop filled with unique vintage and independently designed clothing, small batch self care products, and handcrafted artisan goods. Our shop is thoughtfully curated and ethically gathered with recycled, vintage, and directly sourced items.
You can find our vintage and made goods in the shop section of our website and on Etsy.
And at the Cactus Blossom Collective in downtown Livingston, Montana.
111 West Callender
Windy Peak Vintage can also be found at various Flea Markets and events around Montana. Follow our social media pages for shop happenings! @windypeakvintage
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Birth Doula -
Kristi is currently training to become a DONA certified Doula. Giving birth was such an empowering and magical experience for her. She hopes to pass that energy along to other mothers while accompanying them through one of the most exciting experience of their lives. Whether a woman give birth alone, with a supportive partner, at home or in a hospital, a doula is there to give continuous support, advocacy, love and care.
Kristi is providing her Doula services in the Livingston, Montana area on a sliding scale bases. If you would like more information, to meet in person or just chat about what a Doula could do for you please contact Kristi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photography, Styling, and Modeling -
Please email email@example.com if you are inquiring about photography services, styling, modeling or any other collaborations!
Sending Love From Montana
Kristi is the owner of Windy Peak Vintage. She lives with her family at the base of the Absaroka Mountains just outside of Livingston, Montana. There they grow a garden, raise chickens, chop their own firewood and live with intention.
While being a mother is her main priority, Kristi sends a good part of her time curating Windy Peak Vintage. She does everything from scouting vintage, photographing, listing online, and working the shop. She also dabbles with some lifestyle blogging with a focus on small businesses that are working towards or advocating for sustainable practices.
Slow, Country Living in Montana’s Absaroka Mountains