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Style Week: Part 1


Meet Sarah Elizabeth of Yellow Clover.
She's kind of awesome.
And super sweet. 
And we met at the fabric store.
And you guys, she's an amazing fashion designer.

She was very kind to let me visit her studio to explore the beautiful world of her clothing line and how it comes to life. The large, light-filled studio was filled with beautiful fabrics, inspiration pictures, and swoon-worthy garments. 

{Natalie and Sarah}

Yellow Clover clothes are like a best friend. They're the clothes that make you feel full of youth, energy, and beauty. And they are chock-full of handmade details. The clothes are infused with a sweet personality that has just enough edge to stand out. These are quirky, cool-girl clothes, but still feminine and accessible.


I want people to feel special. I use different linings in the pockets, or vintage buttons--something special for the wearer, so when you wear it, you feel like it's yours.
~Sarah of YellowClover

{garments have different, wonderful tags}

{Sarah's sewing space}

"I have it all in my head. I don't usually sketch, because it never turns out like that." Sarah says of her design process. "I design what I'd like to wear. If you aren't comfortable, it isn't fun. If I had to use three words to describe my line, I'd say: Feminine, Vintage, and Youthful."
Three of my favorite words, Sarah!

{Sarah's sketches in the studio}

{trademark hand-embroidered detail}

{how amazing is her trademark ruffle waistband?}

This top would be amazing...  a.) tucked into a pencil skirt, with a fabulous necklace, b.) with wide-leg palazzo pants, c.) with skinny jeans and high espadrilles, or d.) with shorts and gladiator sandals, or e.) with a jersey maxi skirt...should I keep going? I'm sure I could come up with a whole alphabet of possibilities. 

Sarah's previous lines have been inspired by Victorian furniture, reworked men's clothing, and 1920s style (her favorite period of fashion and design). Next up for her fifth line? The Fountain of Youth. 

Her Fall/Winter 2012 collection is inspired by The Fountain of Youth--rocks, water, moss, and ethereal beauty. It was presented at StyleWeek Providence 2012.


Sarah was kind enough to invite me to the fashion show, so I'll be able to show you the finished, styled pieces straight from the runway at StyleWeek 2012. A little bit of high-glamour fashion comin' right up, girls!

Sneak peek, you beg? Ok, sure, I'm happy to oblige!


Wait until you see this darling dress (with tons of trademark hand embroidery) styled on the runway! 


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