I’m 10 years into building my business and looking around, I see that the parts of it I love have been forged in the fiery furnace of the flaming dumpster.
I wish my business had been steady growth from the beginning, without the bumps and delays. But because of them, I feel that what I’m building is bigger than me.
*here is the finished skirt. I take what was meant for the garbage can and make it beautiful! I respect this handwoven fabric by treasuring even...
I’ve been making zero waste skirts this week and thinking about my history as Mrs. Emily, business ma’am. And it’s been humbling. 😳 But here is what I’ve found over the now 10 years I’ve been selling my clothes:
Confidence is built regardless of the outcome, because it can be developed along the way.
Being #MrsEmilyFashionAdvocate is not about making the perfect skirt so you can see you’re beautiful! But rather, making a wonderfully functional (and pretty) skirt that EQUIPS YOU ON YOUR JOURNEY.
You’re headed toward confidence. You’re picking it up along the way, as you...
Oh my heart.
LOOK. I found the photos from the shoot I was talking about one post back. Sweet mumma. I was so defeated at the end of this day, 4 weeks postpartum, trying to model my scarves in front of a room full of people, while hearing my baby in the background and having to take breaks to nurse.
Tough seasons build depth of flavor in our future endeavors.
Welcome to ZERO WASTE WEEK,...
Welcome to ZERO WASTE WEEK, a week I made up ;) to showcase the technique I use to make my skirts and also, encourage our hearts. Add fabric poufs to any Bangladesh skirt for FREE this week, by adding both to your cart and using the code POUFS.
The first time I made the zero waste poufs that I use on my skirts, was years ago. 9 to be exact. Every Fall, I would design a collection of scarves and 4 months after my daughter was...
Do you know why no part of your story is wasted?
Because you don’t waste any part of your story.
Welcome to ZERO WASTE WEEK! I made it up 30 minutes ago, as a way of introducing my process for creating my zero waste skirts. And ALSO as a way to talk about this beautiful analogy for our lives.
After I cut my skirts out, I take all the weird shaped scraps and cut them further, into little squares to be used later to create the most gorgeous little pom poms on my skirts.
I’ll explain where the process...