I'm excited to feature a piece from the new collection a week over the course of the next month or so. I'm going to do my best to include photos of other women wearing the pieces so you can see it on someone else besides me.
But, I also wanted to share why you see so much of me on the website and Instagram. As a small (tiny or minuscule is a better word, really) brand, I do everything. I design each style, attend trade shows and meet with suppliers to source fabric, meet with my pattern maker to develop styles and coordinate production, fulfill all orders, manage social media and the website, schedule and plan all photo shoots. I also model for all photo shoots because I serve as the brand's fit model and as such have a sample that can be photographed in advance of a product launch.
I'm back with a second sneak peek of what's to come for Summer 2019, this time sharing the two dresses that will be in the collection. You can find photos of the tops and skirts here.The dress samples weren't completed at the time I drafted the previous blog post sharing the tops and skirts, so I wasn't able to share photos at that time. But, they have since been completed and I have a few iPhone photos to share. I'd also love your input on the design on one - so feel free to leave comment on this blog post or email me (email@example.com).
I'm so excited to share some behind the scenes photos with you of what's to come later this year.
This will be the third ME Summer collection and I think it's our best yet! I've worked continuously to improve fit based on customer feedback and focus on designs that have sold well to date in an effort to give you exactly what you want. Meanwhile, I've gotten more efficient at sourcing fabric and am thrilled about the Summer 2019 collection.
I wish I could say that I will be releasing the Fall/Winter 2018 collection this week or next. But, it won't be ready until the end of this month or early November. And I'm OK with that. We're a slow fashion brand, after all. We're working to improve the production schedule, and I'm excited that we're on track to release this year's "Winter" collection a month ahead of last year's with even more styles.
I'm so excited to introduce the maker behind the Meghan Evans brand and share the studio space where our clothing is manufactured with you. As you may already know, I design all ME styles, source the fabric, and work with a woman-owned small run production company located in Washington, DC to manufacture the line.
Sometimes this top gets overlooked. I get it. It's not as flashy as the double peplum. But, it's such a workhorse. Like a not so basic, basic. It looks good tucked in or left untucked thanks to the side-seam splits. And it's fitted without being too fitted (yet not boxy) thanks to the back yolk. The navy pinstripes function as a neutral and can be worn with just about anything. Pair it with your favorite work pants, denim, chinos, a pencil skirt, or shorts.
My love for peplum tops knows no bounds. I find that they are extremely flattering no matter your height or shape. I know, some people are quick to say that they can't wear peplum tops. They've even tried some and they didn't work. But, I'm here to tell you that a peplum top can work for you, you just haven't found the right one.
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