Wisteria Way Designs
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While covering this year’s Mobile Fashion Week one of the collections I looked forward to seeing was Wisteria Way Designs. If you are not familiar with the Alabama based custom gown label then you definitely don’t want to miss this post.

Wisteria Way Designs
Image Credit: Henri Takes Pictures
Wisteria Way Designs
Image Credit: Henri Takes Pictures

Wisteria Way Designs was founded in January 2017 by designer Lacie Lindy Phillips.  The brand focuses on offering custom gowns that are made from reclaimed elements and fabrics.  The label consists of three branches Wisteria Way Bridal, Wisteria Way Belles, & Wisteria Way Blooms.  I had a chance to speak with Lacie after Wisteria Way Designs’ Mobile Fashion Week debut and here’s what she had to say.

Wisteria Way Designs
Image Credit: Henri Takes Pictures
Wisteria Way Designs
Image Credit: Henri Takes Pictures

All of the gowns featured in my show were made with reclaimed elements except two which was partly reclaimed elements. So, my entire line helped to reduce fashion waste which is a huge issue in this industry! It’s not just about the textiles that end up in the landfills. It’s also about the water wasted to produce the materials and the resources wasted in manufacturing!

     Wisteria Way Designs effortlessly combines classical elements, timeless feel, and a bit of Southern charm perfectly crafted in one of a kind gowns.   The label definitely has the exceptional woman in mind.  All gowns seen on the runway will be available for purchase on their website.  They are accepting Mardi Gras orders as well. Just make sure you mention it is a Mardi Gras gown when ordering.  You can Wisteria Way Designs on their website, Facebook and Instagram.

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