Final Call: My Limited Edition Collection

My capsule collection available to pre-order through Trunkist is only on sale for a few more days. The pre-sale period ends January 2nd and then that's it, no more clothing can be ordered! As a little refresher it's a collection I designed that combines both my modern and vintage style leanings. The map print fits my wanderlust and the fabric travels well and barely wrinkles, making it perfect for adventures. The clothing is all made in the USA and will ship out in March.

I started the whole collection with this dress, the "Dragons dress." It's a jersey pull-on design with elastic waistband; fitted through the bodice and sleeves, with a faux collar. One thing I love about this design is it can also be worn backwards; in this picture it's styled as it was intended, but in my first picture in the post you can see the dress being worn backwards--it's just a fun option that lets you switch up the collar if you want. Order it here.

The Dragons Tee is a great better-than-basic tee. It is casual enough to wear easily with jeans, but the trompe-l'oeil collar and bright print means it looks equally good with more dressy pieces like full skirts. I love fitted tops, so this one is definitely that--you might want to size up since I'm usually a size 0 and wearing this in a size 2. Order it here.

The Dragons skirt is my favorite piece in the collection; I even took it with me to Mexico to wear over swimsuits. Purchase it here.
So that's my capsule collection! All of the pieces are available in size 0-14, but since it is pre-order we can accomodate more sizes if you feel you need a larger or smaller size let us know. The order period ends January 2nd at midnight, so order now if you want something!


Isabella said...

Yay! I can't wait for everyone to get theirs. You should do a post in march of photos people take in the pieces.


zyzzyva said...

How is the sizing for the dress? I often size down for jersey items since I don't want them to be baggy, but I also don't want to pop the seams. It looks like the dress shouldn't be skin tight ( especially in the sleeves)? According to the size chart I'm exactly between a 6 & an 8. Thanks in advance for any advice on this.

Rebecca, A Clothes Horse said...

@zyzzyva, the dress runs more true to size. I'd go with the size 6 since it is designed to stretch. The blouse is more fitted. The dress will also be more fitted in your correct size; I'm wearing a size 2 in the dress and I'm more of a size 0, so the sleeves and body will be more fitted in the correct size.

Sun Moon said...

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rina said...

What a fantastic idea! I ordered the tee! And March is my birthday month, so e timing is perfect. :-)

Laura Mitbrodt said...

That print is so cute! How exciting

Meg Siobhan said...

Oh my giddy aunt, that print is just the absolute CUTEST.

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Allison Kappmeyer said...

Is there anyway to stretch orders to January 2nd? I get paid at the end of the month but since it's a holiday my check is delayed. I'd really love to purchase a dress and top.

Nitsirk said...

Hi Rebecca,

I've been following your blog since 2009: it has been awesome to watch your style and life evolve. I have been expecting you to design some sort of clothing line for a while and am so proud that you finally did! I ordered your "Dragons Skirt"--because I am a skirt person--and I can hardly wait for it to arrive in March. I am excited to see what direction you take for your next collection, and I'm looking forward to eventually having a piece from every collection you design. Also, selling your collection through Trunkist was a fantastic idea as far as sustainability and defining your audience goes: kudos! Congratulations on having (from an outside perspective) an amazingly productive/fairytale 2015, and I sincerely hope 2016 treats you just as well if not better!

All the best,