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Last week Bow & Drape released the sneak peek to their full Fall 2013 collection, and just the other night, the e-commerce brand with SoWa and NYC showrooms made the wears available for purchase online. Bringing the hopes of an expanded line to fruition, the B&D team now offers everything from customizable tees and sweatshirts—pre-determined appliques like cats and elephants or sequin letters of your choosing—to riding pants, blazers, trousers, and silk tops. Alongside new product categories, the brand is also introducing a brocade and dainty micro-print fabrics, including a key, tadpole, and two polka dotted patterns. Sticking to its mantra of accessible custom-designed clothing, the collection remains under $500 with many styles comfortably under $250 and as low as $28 and $48 for tees and sweatshirts—all still made in NYC within two weeks.
· Bow & Drape Has Expanded Its Line for Fall—Here's a Peek [Racked Boston]
· Bow & Drape [Official Site]