Time has arrived for some of our garments to stop being produced.
We’ve made enough of them and need to move forward.
Life is all about renovation, isn’t it? We’ve got new designs in the making and need to –both phiscally and mentallly– make space for them.
And life it’s all about taking chances.
Our garments are not mass produced. That’s not my philosophy.
I’ve you’ve been on my email list for a while, or you’ve ever chatted with me about this topic, you’ll know I believe in making (and owning) less quantity of garments, as high a quality as possible, and personalized.
That’s why we make short amounts of each garment in each colour. If you are not like anyone else, then you don’t want to be dressed like everybody else either, do you?
So here’s the deal: you still have the opportunity to order them made for you, while amounts last. There are few left available to order, but there are still some.
I wouln’t have left you without this chance, of course! So I’m letting you know before they are all gone, just in case you have been thinking about having some of them made but didn’t made up your mind.
If that’s your case: now it’s the time.
So let me introduce you the styles/colours that will be discontinued:
* The Sarah Jumpsuit in black *
As you may (or may not) know, this was one of the first jumpsuit styles I made (back when it was just me in the company).
It is named after the first international customer I had (I’ll always be grateful for that chance, Sarah! <3), and it is definitely one of the most flattering styles I’ve ever made.
It’s inspired by Ceeb‘s jumpsuits and also by Toreador capri pants, and the key of its design is the clever trim placement -really, it makes ANY figure look 10x more beautiful!
We are discontinuing all combinations with black fabric (gold , silver and white trim).
Find this jumpsuit (and grab it while it lasts) on our webshop:
* The Mexican Handpainted jumpsuit in black *
This is another signature style of ours and such a successful one.
This stunner bases its success on the same principle: the shaping of the painting makes it very flattering, on all kinds of body shapes.
They are individually handpainted in metalllic gold or silver paint, with glitter and black accents. Handpainted (with a brush), not handscreened, so each one is unique.
I use a paint that is intended to be used on textiles and is resistant to washing, so these babies will last over the years!
I’ll be changing the pattern from now on, so if you are keen on the current one -which has proved to be much loved-, go order yours now you still can.
* The Toreador jumpsuit in gold *
Last but not least, the Toreador jumpsuit is the ultimate outfit for the 50s bombshell.
If you’ve seen it, there is little else to say.
We offer it in a small selection of lamé colours, and the gold option needs to go. It is a lovely light gold lamé with a flecked effect, and we are not using it anymore for this style.
How does it work?
You can normally place your order through the mariaguye.com website the same as usual.
On each garment’s listing you can choose your colour option, and the amount left per colour is displayed when you choose the colour (except the Mexican Handpainted jumpsuit, which listing is for the black option only).
These colours are not available on our Etsy shop anymore, so the only ordering option is through the Maria Guyé website.
I hope you take the chance and have one of the last pieces of these amazing styles made for you. I’m sure you will love it!
PS. You will find each garment’s listing by clicking on the links on this post.
Thanks to the talented Ellegy Ellem for the awesome Toreador jumpuit pics!
model: Elegy Ellem
photo: Radiant Inc
Shoes: Fabulously Fetish
jewelry: Gulten Dye