One of the hardest parts of making clothes is what to name the garment at the end. You would think it would be the construction part of it that's hard but it's really not. Once you've got the hang of that it's smooth sailing from there......... All the way until you've finished and you have no clue what the hell to call this thing. See the thing is, it has to be a unique enough name for you to differentiate your items apart from one another, and for your buyers to remember as they add it to their cart. Granted, I'm positive that 98% of people could give a hoot over what the name of the shirt they're buying is called. But oh, we care. As the creators (Cindy and I), it makes our lives that much easier to communicate to each other. "Oh, so-and-so wants the Jane in this color." "There's no more fabric for the Brianna." etc. As minute of a detail this is, it sure does beat having to sit there struggling to describe which item we're talking about. "The blue dress with the low v-neck." "This one?" "No, the other blue dress!" Haha, you get the picture. By now, Cindy and I have just habitually began to call the pieces after people who have worn them first. I chuckle every time I think of this method because of how it came about - I'm not sure how other brands go about naming their items, but it all started off with Angela Simmons. She was our first big celebrity client, and the outfit she wore was brand new and not up on the shop yet. When people began to inquire, Cindy would be like, "I have to make more of the dress Angela wore." which simply led to "I have to make more of the Angela." and it just stuck. It's sooo much easier for us to remember who wore what first and just name it after them, as opposed to sitting there and getting really creative with it and whatnot. And if you ever see any of our items with a funky name, just know it was because of me and in one of my sporadic silly moods I wanted to name it something because I thought it would be funny. And guess what? It never sticks; we never remember what the garment is!
Anyways! That was just a fun-fact I wanted to share. This little number is called the Jackie because Cindy felt it would have been something Mrs. Kennedy would have worn. It can be bought on DASHDORJ! Enjoy!