Thursday, April 12, 2012

The Honey Line Photos Part 1

   Well the day has finally come and I'm so excited to finally show you guys Part 1 of my spring collection 2012, The Honey Line. I hoped to create very casual, vintage, girly style with seven outfits in total (11 garments). Today I'm posting four of the outfits and tomorrow I'll post Part 2. 

   I was hoping to sell these pieces in a variety of sizes but turns out I'm no longer able to purchase any more of these fabrics. So, now I'm looking forward to school being done and having time to work on my summer line which I'll be able to sell to you guys in a future Etsy shop. 

   These amazing photos were taken by my incredibly talented friend Genevieve. You must check out her website Genevieve Renee Photography and her blog! I'm so thankful for her involvement in this project! Such a blessing!

26 comments:

Kari Jeanne said...

AMAZING!!!!! Teaka I love everything!!! Especially the first top and the white dress. You are so talented girl!!!

Emily Baker said...

Yeah, I agree with kari. freakin' awesome, teaka!

Sierra said...

I love it all! Especially that white dress. A cute, casual white dress is definitely on my must-list for summer.

Great work, lady! :)

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Nicole said...

That's amazing Teaka. Congratulations!

amandadanae said...

LOVE IT! Great job :)

amandadanae said...

LOVE IT! Great job :)

catherine jayne said...

Uh-mazing! I will buy clothes from you for sure!

Mrs.Marie Lester said...

wow! Beautiful!

kelsey marie* said...

Gorgeous! You are so talented. Keep up the amazing work! :)

ginanorma said...

Oh what amazing work and beautiful endearing pics!!!

Blair Marie Photography said...

YAY! Teaka these look so amazing!!! Great job beauty!
xo

Elisha(: said...

these are so amazingg!!!!

jodie said...

Love love love the white dress!!

jodie said...

Love love love the white dress!!

jodi said...

Sigh. I'm in love with every single piece. You are oh so talented. Can I please buy the blue top in the last photos? Please....x

jodi said...

ps. following now....x

Bri Rios said...

ummm how much is that white dress?! LOVE it!

Nikita Horvey said...

Love Love Love Teaka!!!!

Porcelain complexion said...

What a gorgeous lookbook and an incredible range.
Well done you!

koko mo said...

ahh i cannot believe you made these pieces, thaey are all so adorable, and succeeded in the vintage department, these are so wonderful!! you are so increibly talented! i absolutly LOVEE the first top, the fabric is gorgeous!

Gentri said...

I love every single piece!! YOu are AMAZING miss Teaka!! I can't wait until you get a summer line available to all of us! How did your teachers/ those you had to show this to like it?

Katie said...

This is beautiful work! You are so talented

Sophie @TheForgeStyle said...

you are amazingly talented!

vivian said...

I love every one of these! you're so talented! Seriously, if I had a wardrobe made of nothing but these items I'd love it!

lazy explorers said...

Oh my goodness! Everything is sooo cute! I especially love the collared dress!

Anonymous said...

Teeka was hired to sew three bridesmaid dresses for my sisters wedding this summer from her spring line. Teeka charged my sister 100 dollars for a dress, seemed like a great deal until we saw the dresses. To her credit two of the bridesmaids lived in a different city and were only available for one fitting approx 3 weeks before the wedding. However, someone who claims herself to be a seamstress should be able to take measurements and create something that is wearable, for Teeka this proved difficult. The dresses were absolutely the most terrible sewing work I have ever seen. They were unwearable, with extremely uneven seams, crooked pockets (one of by three inches!) uneven necklines and zippers and worst of all, holes in the fabric of the dress. The dresses were so poorly done we were unable to wear them for the wedding and ended up shopping for dresses two days before the wedding. When contacted after the wedding, Teeka expressed her disappointment in not seeing the dresses in the wedding pictures and stated she had hoped to use the pictures as advertising. We asked for our money back, if not all of it, a portion and she stated she was unable at this time to give us any money back but did offer a piece of clothing from her next line. Teeka, keep your terrible clothes, and take a lesson in being an actual business women. When you state you are able to provide a service to someone you should actually do it. When we took the dresses to an actual seamstress to see if they could be fixed she laughed out loud. I hope you remember this the next time you attempt to sew something and I hope others see this and think twice about hiring you.