Tracy Reese is currently one of the most successful black designers in the fashion industry. Having designed a dress for the First Lady, Tracy described it as one of the best moments in her career. At the age of 23 her collections were already being sold in Barneys New York, Bergdorf Goodman, and Ann Taylor. She is an amazing designer because she takes pride in her work, right down to the stitching.
This relatively new designer is currently making headway with her clothing collections. Many of her stylish outfits would fit perfectly with your new extensions and of course you'll feel special in one of her gorgeous dresses. Out of the many clothing brands that are available, the fact that Tracy is a black designer makes her success all the more admirable since African American designers in the fashion world have been hard to come by in recent years.
Tracy Reese's Raspberry Contract Sculpted Dress is one example of many of the many delicious dress designs that are available. Bold floral panels contrast the solid black ponte on a slim fitting, cap sleeve dress. The dress is finished with a leather tie detail that goes around the waist.
This dress is not only stunning, it looks fairly comfortable as well. Steal the show by heading out to dinner with your girlfriends or stealing your husband away for the night wearing this delectable frock.
Perhaps you're a teacher and recently school has started back up. You need a new outfit to make you feel even more confident and impress your new students this year. Tracy Reese's Sea Green Ripples Tab Cardigan is another wonderful selection and with its professional style, it has the perfect amount of edgy teacher appeal that will have you and your wardrobe begging for more.
Why stop at a cardigan and dress? Tracy Reese also offers a variety of other fashion related items including shoes, outerwear, bottoms, and more. Tracy certainly wasn't afraid to go the distance. She aimed for the stars and succeeded in everything she set her mind to. What a wonderful example of a strong willed woman who is willing to make a difference in the fashion industry and make a statement to fashion designers that future black designers will pave the way.