An idea that was decades in the making: to make clothes that are utilitarian, for people to wear for work, for artists and makers, and, most importantly, to fit a variety of people and sizes.
Utilitarian clothing meant to be worn, worked in, and useful isn’t always the most “flattering”. Shift apron dresses are aesthetically pleasing by using gorgeous natural fibers and interesting small details. Shift style tends to be slightly oversized, sometimes androgynous, and always comfortable.
Every single garment is designed by Becky, starting with a drawing. She hand-grades the patterns and shops for the fabric and tests each piece. All fabric is pre-washed for the customer’s convenience. In her studio, with the help of a friend a few hours a week, they cut and sew everything. Garments are kept relatively simple as a stylistic choice, and also to keep the products affordable.