December 31st, 2016
After many months of work, it’s finally ready!
You may have seen photos of it on my Instagram or my vlog already, but in case you haven’t, here I talk about the new clothes available on my shop!
I posted this picture yesterday, and people loved the cardigan and turtleneck combo! I think the colours of these two together work great.
If mustard yellow is not your thing, salmon and white will be added soon for the turtleneck.
These two both sold out already!
The dress is my personal favourite. I can’t stress enough how amazing it feels, and how expensive it looks. I think this is the highest-end product I’ve ever sold.
Thanks to the thicker fabric, the skirt holds a fantastic shape on its own, and the thick lace gives it a wonderful finishing touch.
The detailing was very important to me, as I really wanted it to be structured, and look great from every angle.
Here we have the more “mature” look, I would say. I paired the velvet wrap top with a fitted pencil skirt.
I see the top being a great option if you are looking for something a bit dressy and put together. I love the fact that you can wear anything under it and it will peak through a bit. I think it’s very sophisticated, and looks amazing with the white velvet chocker, which you can also get from my line.
The skirt is this pretty mustard colour, and has a few details as well: the small slit in the front, that gives it just a bit of an edge, and the side pockets. I’ve kept it simple for a sleek effect.
And finally, we have the overalls. These are sold out as well. They are made from double sided scuba fabric.
They are extremely comfy and I really love how the pocket is of another colour.
If you roll up the ends of the pants, the same colour will show up!
And then there is also 3 vegan patches available, which I’ve drawn.
It’s always such a fun process thinking of pieces to include in the line, sketching them, selecting the fabric, getting the right fit… it takes months, but it’s an amazing feeling when it finally all comes together – even better if people really like what I’ve designed. It makes me incredibly happy!
As I wrote for my previous clothing line, prices tend to be higher cause I don’t produce in sweatshops. All the clothes are made in Canada and so, for an independent and small brand, unfortunately that means that production is going to cost a lot more, resulting in higher prices.
Also, sizing goes from XS to XL.
I’m now already putting down ideas for the Spring and Summer line, for 2017, so if you have any input, do let me know! 🙂
I really hope you like this line, and let me know if you have a favourite piece!
I wish you all a wonderful new year!!