She Loves Dresses Introduces Line of Ethically Made, Vintage-Inspired Dresses


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This week, Jennifer Baquing of She Loves Dresses introduced her vintage-inspired Moving Castle dress collection. Handmade in Berkeley, California, this collection is designed, patterned, and sewn entirely by women. The Moving Castle collection is created especially for young vintage lovers who are vastly underrepresented in the fashion industry.

Ethical production is vitally important to Baquing. As such, every stitch in the Moving Castle collection was ethically sourced and manufactured. Baquing’s passions for ethical fashion, quality dresses, and empowering young women make her collection totally unique in practice and purpose. Featuring vintage-inspired patterns in dreamy pastel shades, this collection is perfect for a day in the park or a night in the city. Baquing’s experiences as a photographer and blogger have made her savvy and sensitive to the needs of the young women she seeks to elevate. As a result, the Moving Castle collection is more than a line of dresses; it’s a love letter to young women who deserve visibility in the world of vintage fashion.

“The Moving Castle Collection is about equality,” said Baquing. “In 2015, 50.2 percent of children born in the United States were non-white. I want to create an authentic reflection of today’s young women. By using models that don’t belong to an agency and offering dresses in sizes 2-24, I aim to abolish oppressive industry norms like excessive thinness and “ideal” body types or sizes. My goal is to leave no woman out.”

Shop Jenny's dreamy dresses, and learn about her intentions to ensure all women feel represented in the fashion industry on She Loves Dresses.

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