Atelette - Vote to Make Romantic Slow Fashion Label - Summer Collection

Taking a moment right now to give myself a pat on the back as I've just released my newest batch of designs for the upcoming summer season. I suppose I should preface by saying I don't really work in seasons, I tend to just design as the inspiration comes, but it has been interesting how rhythmic my creativity has been with the seasons, thus far anyway.

I am so excited to see all my latest work all together! Some of these pieces still need a little more finetuning with fits and details, but I am just allowing myself to feel proud of what I have accomplished! I've only really been designing on my own for about a year now and in that span of time, I have really, really grown and I know my skills have developed so much. Side note, I do truly feel women need to step into their light more often and celebrate their achievements, so that's what I'm doing right now. I'm feeling my oats baby!!!

I have also created a new floral print, one that is a bit more vibrant than the other prints I have created. This print was inspired by a 1940s dress that I found on Etsy many moons ago and regret not buying. Luckily, I saved a photo of the dress. I'm not really set on a name for this floral print yet, so perhaps you have a suggestion?

Ok, now let me get into it! I am so excited to share more about each of these new darlings!

Atelette - Vote to Make Romantic Slow Fashion Label - Summer Collection
Left to Right: Jeanne Dress, Willow Top/Jacket worn over Andes Dress, Loumarin Slip, Michaela Dress (in a new print), Didou Top worn with Camille Skirt, Garcelle Top worn with Rouen Skirt. All 100% Cotton.
Atelette - Vote to Make Romantic Slow Fashion Label - Summer Collection
Atelette - Vote to Make Romantic Slow Fashion Label - Summer Collection
Atelette - Vote to Make Romantic Slow Fashion Label - Summer Collection
Atelette - Vote to Make Romantic Slow Fashion Label - Summer Collection


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