Where in heaven’s name did summer go? The Labour Day weekend has come and gone and that means summer is traditionally over. I would be totally sad and depressed over that fact normally but my new Dress brought a smile to my face. Eva Trends and an Athleisure style is a fun look for work.
Eva Trends a company that believes clothing is something that defines the personality, status and class of an individual. They bring the most unique and classy clothing. Dealing mainly in linen cotton loose fit feminine clothing.
Well they decided to cheer this old gal up and send her a few more presents. If you recall, this winter I had a chance to work with Eva Trends. I fell in love with their clothing. I had checked into the company and their designs and I knew instinctively we would pair together nicely. They emphasize customer satisfaction and their clothing defines our personality characteristics in an elegant and beautiful way that pleases your mind.
During the winter my taste was leaning towards sweater dressing in all forms. I tried out the cutest sweater dress and a pink fringe cardigan. Let’s not forget the geometric print that I cannot wait to wear again.
This time around I received three of the coolest little dresses you can imagine and today we start with an Athleisure trend (with pockets). Eva Trends is also offering a 15% discount with the code LC15 for anyone that might share my love of stripes and pockets.
How fun is this dress? The dress reminded me of Adidas that I wore growing up. Yes I realize Adidas are still worn today. They are very popular but back in my day this stripe was da “bomb”. We wore the pants, and the jackets and yes even the traditional sneaker all with the infamous white stripe. Plus let’s not forget the gym bag, which we actually used for gym clothes go figure.
Adidas’ logo is three stripes, which is used on the company’s clothing and shoe designs as a marketing aid. The branding, which Adidas bought in 1952 from Finnish sports company Karhu Sports, became so successful that Dassler described Adidas as “The three stripes company” The brand name is uncapitalized and is stylized with a lower case “a”
Recognizing my dress only has two stripes but it really does remind one of the classic stripe doesn’t it?