Los Angeles, California (WiredPRNews.com) — WeWe Clothing recently made their fashion debut as an ethnic fashion maker, an inspired collection for girls and boys. According to a recent report, the clothier has added adult sizes to its collection and has also expanded their line of clothes for children.
Previously, WeWe exclusively targeted children from 1-5 years but now it has applied fun, hip and colorful style to its children’s collection to maxi dresses designed for women and tunics for both men and women. The designer and creator of WeWe, Folake Kuye, said that they have gotten a positive response for their children’s line and their clients have been asking for lothing for adults as well. He said that many of their clients have chosen children’s pieces and remarked that they look great on adults also.
Customers get them tailored in one of the three styles and any one of the five colors which includes tribal prints as well. Tunics are made available in both above-the-knee and waist lengths, available in white and moss for men and lilac, lime and midnight for women. The fabrics used in adult clothes are organic and the prices start at $65 for tunics and $120 for dresses.
The adult clothing is an addition to the already popular kids’ wear from WeWe which includes unisex organic and cotton leggings, t-shirts, skirts, three new dress styles, unisex above-the-knee length and waist tunics. V-neck t-shirts are available in five different colors: fog, midnight, soot, bark and forest.
The dresses feature new tribal and bohemian prints. Unisex tunics can be found in different colors and skirts in denim, sunflower and frosting colors. While the apparel is not tied to any particular season due to the year-round climate of Southern California, Kuye says that some of its items will be more popular during spring.
Wired Fashion Reporter