Make it last founder Emma Elwin launches exclusive capsule collection with Boob Design. Here are all the looks.
Make it last founder and stylist Emma Elwin launches an exclusive collaboration with Boob. The capsule collection includes four styles; a multi-use black dress, a wrap top, a striped t-shirt and a pair of cropped trousers. All styles are designed to be worn through pregnancy and beyond, with sustainability in mind from the design stage and throughout the production process. Allt styles are made of sustainable materials such as organic cotton and lyocell.
Emma Elwin started thinking about the collection when she was expecting her first child and started working on the designs with the Boob team when she was nursing her son Dylan.
– I wanted to create four timeless garments that would be the only garments you would need while pregnant – garments that would make breastfeeding easy and function as wardrobe essentials beyond that as well. You can combine the garments with each other or other wardrobe favorites. The t-shirt works great with jeans and sneakers as well as with the kick flare trousers and heels. The trousers as made to look like a pair of kick flare slacks but are just as comfortable as joggers. The top is inspired by an aikido jacket, the wrap creates a flattering shape to a pregnant belly. The dress can be worn in three ways is made to be sculpted around the body both with and without a big belly.
The styles will be sold in a limited edition exclusively on boobdesign.com. The first 50 customers will receive a complimentary tote bag of organic cotton specially designed for the Emma Elwin x Boob collection.
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